Oldenburg Museums | Trend Hotel Oldenburg
Oldenburg has a lot to offer for those interested in culture. The State Museum of Art and Cultural History in the castle, the Prinzenpalais and the Augusteum, the Horst Janssen Museum, the City Museum, the State Museum of Nature and Man and the Computer Museum attract with numerous permanent and special exhibitions.
Museum with permanent exhibition of numerous original works by the Oldenburg artist Janssens Horst Janssen (1929 – 1995).
Right next door is the 100-year-old city museum. It shows in more than 25 rooms Oldenburg’s bourgeois home décor from the 17th to the early 20th century.
A nationally important collection museum with the departments of archaeology, natural history and ethnology with permanent exhibitions “Moor & Geest” and “Coast & March”.
One of the oldest museums in northern Germany. It was built in 1867 in the style of a Florentine palace and houses one of the most traditional collections of classical paintings in Germany.
A museum in Oldenburg founded in 2008 dedicated to the preservation and operational representation of home computer history.
The Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst is an art gallery dedicated to the art of the new media.