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Jena Municipal Museum

Exploring the many aspects of Jena’s history

Stadtmuseum & Kunstsammlung Jena

Jena Municipal Museum, known as ‘Die Göhre’, is housed in a late-Gothic building on the north side of the market square. Its permanent and one-off exhibitions have been exploring aspects of Jena’s history since 1986.

Bookshop, museum and restaurant with an extensive wine list

Exhibits include an exquisite ceremonial chalice from the 16th century, a pietà made by the Parler workshop and the first black, red and gold flag, the colours of which were to become the symbol of the democratic movement in Germany.

The fathers of industry in Jena – Carl Zeiss, Ernst Abbe and Otto Schott – also feature, of course.

Tue, Wed, Fri 10am – 5pm
Thu 3pm – 10pm
Sat, Sun 11am – 6pm
closed 1 January, 1 May, 24, 25, 31 December

Our tip:

Show your tickets for the municipal museum at the tourist information office in Jena and receive a €2 discount on a public guided tour (valid within seven days of purchase).

Location Jena Municipal Museum

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