Located in a former power station from 1898 and composed of 4 permanent exhibitions. “Hildegard von Bingen” (life and work of the 1098-1179 Benedictine) in the former engine room with spacious Gallery. The worldwide unique “Binger Ärztebesteck” in an appropriate setting column-architecture, as if in a Treasure box (67 pieces equipment of Roman doctor, founds from a 2nd century grave in Bingen, introduction in Roman medicine and featured detail of each instrument). Section “19th century Rhine romance” in historical salons and gallery spaces (graphic arts and chart, furniture, a 1820 Salon from the Goethe priod, Biedermeier Salon). Permanent exhibition “Urban history of Bingen” from its beginning until its the present (development, scale models, clothing accessories, Roman archaeological finds). Special exhibitions on the cultural history from the region and Middle Rhine.
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