From city traces to sigillaria

The museums in Osnabrück are dedicated to the city's famous sons and daughters as well as various themes that have a special connection to the city or the region. The significance for the present and future always resonates.

Museum Quarter Osnabrück MQ4
Museums/Collections Worth seeing

The Museumsquartier Osnabrück (MQ4) brings together four buildings that complement each other: Felix Nussbaum Haus, the Museum of Cultural History, The Villa, built in 1901 by Edo Floris Schlikker, and the Akzisehaus.

The Felix Nussbaum House is dedicated to the work of the Jewish painter and organises changing special exhibitions, such as the Osnabrück Art Prize.

The MQ4 also houses a collection of copperplate engravings and woodcuts by Albrecht Dürer as well as the art collection of Osnabrück artist Carl Wilhelm Gustav Stüve (1833-1911).

Das Diözesanmuseum Osnabrück
Diocesan Museum and Cathedral Treasury

Costly liturgical utensils and reliquaries are preserved in the Osnabrück Cathedral Treasury.

To the Diocesan Museum
Aerial view of the EMR seen from St. Mary's Church
Erich Maria Remarque-Peace Centre
Museums/Collections, Place to see
To the Erich Maria Remarque Peace Centre
Museum Industriekultur
Historic mine, Museums/Collections, Historic buildings

The Museum of Industrial Culture Osnabrück on the site of a former hard coal mine.

To the Museum of Industrial Culture
Museum am Schölerberg, Nature and Environment - Planetarium

The Museum am Schölerberg - mediator between man and nature

To the Museum am Schölerberg

Note on possible changes at short notice

Please inquire on the homepages or directly in the respective houses about the current opening and event times, prices, cancellations, etc.. This information can change at short notice!