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Museum der Brotkultur

Salzstadelgasse 10, 89073 Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
+49 731 69955
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DON'T MISS THIS

Drug my husband in there - but we ended up spending over 2 1/2 hours. Extremely interesting. Many... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
sharon33191
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Truckee, California
Very interesting museum

When my friend suggested me a visit to Ulm, she mentioned this museum as one of the highlights of... read more

Reviewed April 2, 2018
UAO
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Lahti, Finland
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Salzstadelgasse 10, 89073 Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Drug my husband in there - but we ended up spending over 2 1/2 hours. Extremely interesting. Many works if fine art. History of bread (and therefore sustenance) from the Egyptians on. Inexpensive entry fee and it includes audio in English!!!!

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Reviewed 2 April 2018

When my friend suggested me a visit to Ulm, she mentioned this museum as one of the highlights of the visit. I'm very keen home baker baking sourdough bread all year round. The museum was excellent. Fortunately there were audio guides in English so you...More

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Reviewed 18 February 2018 via mobile

A well organized museum of bread. Who would think of that!!! It’s interesting to see how bread shaped the history of the world and how we’ve now moved more to eating meat than bread in just 100 years. Worth a visit.

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Reviewed 21 January 2018

I'm Elena age 8, that day (18/01/18) we went to the amazing bread museum. Our teacher let us to pay 15 euro for the trip and the bus , when we arrived there we feel so excited and the woman called Dorita tell us how...More

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Reviewed 6 July 2017

Allow a good two hours, you will be surprised at the quality, diversity, and how the museum synthesizes the history of the world through bread.

Thank Kerri F
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Reviewed 9 June 2017

This little gem of a museum offers much more than a historical "tour" of "bread-culture" from ancient times to the present. You will learn about grain cultivation, milling, bread-making, guilds, and the role of bread in society -- presented with diverse displays of art, photography,...More

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Reviewed 25 May 2017

My original goal in seeing this museum was to add it to my list of odd museums around Germany. But I was pleasantly surprised to find it was educational and interesting, not just a random homage to bread. The ground floor contains the gift shop...More

2  Thank Michelle M
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Reviewed 17 May 2017

The museum is located about 10 min walk from the main railway station. Two floors in the museum are open to public. The ground floor hosts temporary exhibition related to Nutrition and food. The first floor describes the history of bread and bread making in...More

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Reviewed 12 March 2017

I love food - cooking, baking, snacking. I could easily live on bread - So clearly this museum was made for me. I was pretty excited about visiting and it didn't disappoint! The exhibits range from tools of the trade, to art, models, advertising and...More

1  Thank TeaAndToffee
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

This museum is a very nice place to go. We went with our two small kids and they also liked it. The family card was 10 euros and that came with audio guide. They had an audio guide for kids and adults! We were very...More

1  Thank Dutchguy_in_Allgau
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friendlyone_10
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Response from trike10 | Reviewed this property |
A couple of streets away there are a number of bakery cafés, and the district around the Munster has lots of restaurants and sit down cafés. Don't miss the Munster, the fisherman's quarter and the Wiblingen kloster library
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