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Art, culture and museums in Baden-Baden at a glance! Here, in the truest sense of the word, art meets you in every step of your way, be it strolling through the city or visiting one of the museums.
The Baden-Baden Theater – a fascinating building from all angles. From the outside, it enchants with its Belle Epoch exterior, similar to that of the Paris Opera, while on the inside, it enthralls with its modern, contrasting performances, which rekindle the times when the town truly was the ‘Summer Capital of Europe’.Details
Please note that a visit of the Brahms' House is only possible with a booking in advance! Please call +49 7221 99872 and make an appointment. The visit of the museum is possible with a maximum of two people. No entry without face mask. Please keep your distance.
Step inside the Blue Room, the original living room of Johannes Brahms, and soak up the very special atmosphere, which the room holds.Details
The Casino Baden-Baden has taken all necessary arrangements for the restricted reopening to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
The classic game opens from May 25, 2020 – daily from 5 pm
The slot machine game is already open – daily from 12 pm
Please note: Free admission, limited range of games, limited number of guests.
To avoid long waiting times and for information about the current occupancy, we recommend to call the following phone numbers:
Slot machine game (daily from 12 pm) Phone +49 7221 3024-262
Classic game (daily from 5 pm) Phone +49 7221 3024-0
"The most beautiful casino in the world", was how Marlene Dietrich described Germany's oldest casino. See for yourself, it's true what she said.Details
The Fabergé Museum is the first of its kind to devote itself to the life’s work of Carl Fabergé. The complete spectrum of his work is represented in this unique collection beginning with the famous imperial Easter eggs for the Tsar’s family through to the exquisite pieces of jewellery and high quality everyday items from the time of the First World War.Details
The museum is part of the cultural center LA8, which was also opened in March 2009 by the GRENKE Foundation, in the historical estate on the "Museumsmeile", the Lichtentaler Allee. A new building has been added to the carefully restored main building, housing the 19th century Museum of Art and Technology of the most recent museological standard.Details
The museum of collector Frieder Burda in Lichtentaler Allee is a sparkling jewel in Kurpark Baden-Baden. Designed by renowned New York celebrity architect Richard Meier, the museum architecture allows for plenty of natural light and is truly unique, much like the collection itself, which contains its fair share of masterpieces.Details
Find out about Baden-Baden under the Romans, its history as a spa town and health resort, the heady days of the nineteenth century when the town soared to being a world renowned spa, and many other fascinating facts and features, right up to the present day.Details
Toccarion is the Sigmund Kiener Foundation’s unbelievable world of children’s music, which shares the fun of music with children aged five to twelve.Details