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I'm a museum addict, and my new favorite focus is city museums. This one defies easy categorization. There is a very diverse selection of exhibits, spread between two buildings. A bit of a maze, as others have said. The archeology exhibits have some amazing items,...More
Well worth the time if you love history. Great artifacts and paintings. Large amount of Roman period items, loved seeing all the Roman coins, pottery, jewelry and glassware. It is a bit of a mouse maze but clean, quiet, easy access and very informative. They...More
My favourite parts of this museum are the rooms in the old palace building facing onto the Haupstraße, and the archeology section. Heidelberg was one a large Roman settlement, and there are lots of original artifacts, as well as excellent context and displays. The English...More
We found the restaurant in a court yard of the museum. It was separate from a busy crowded walking tourist street. The design and setting were classical, old-aged, and charming. We like the ambience and dishes.
i visited especially to view the Riemenschneider altar, and was not disappointed. Surprisingly, one can walk right up to this remarkable sculpture. this is a fine museum, tho i almost missed the entry.
The food was manageable, although a bit pricey. But the service deserves the distinction of worse in town. The waiters are slow and careless: one of them SAT FOR A SMOKE with a couple of friends in one of the tables.... during his shift! He...More
The Historical Museum of the Palatinate (the name for this region of Germany, derived from the Latin word palatium, meaning “palace”) references the period in Germany history during which it was ruled over by a prince of Holy Roman Empire. The floor plan of this...More