Romantic Nationalism, the failed March Revolution and the founding of the German Reich represent important stages in German's national history.
Masterpieces of painting, expressive sculptures and three-dimensional objects, photographs and well-known classics of design of the past 100 years
Objects that shed light on life in the higher social strata in the Late Middle Ages and Early Modern Age
Decorative and applied Exhibits from the european Great Exhibitions, from the Far East, the Middle East and America
The Aufseß museum concept in words and pictures
Around 300 original pieces of clothing spanning three centuries, illustrating fashion trends and their manifold social connections.
German faience art, porcelain, works in silver and glass objects from the 17th and 18th centuries
The permanent exhibition focuses on two different areas: apothecaries and medical instruments - and the history of trades.
In the chronologically arranged presentation, the visitor will frequently encounter the key motifs of medieval pictorial art.
Around 500 objects provide a chronological overview of the musical instruments of European art music from the 16th through to the 20th century.
Paintings and sculptures, stained-glass windows, textiles and jewelry, furniture, decorative arts and musical instruments
Pictorial art works, panel paintings and sculptures, of the 14th and 15th century from the German-speaking regions
The exhibition contains objects from 1550 to the 20th century, demonstrating how children's play environments have changed.
The permanent exhibition features themes from the broad area of folk culture from the 17th to the 19th century.
the development of tools, ornaments, vessels and weapons in Europe from the Stone Age up until the Carolingian era
The exhibition of historical weaponry comprises objects from the High Middle Ages to the 18th century.
devices to measure time and space, clocks, astronomical instruments, optical devices and a small selection from the GNM's notable collection of globes