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April-Oct. Wed-Sun 12 am – 5 pm
The local history museum is located in the oldest town house of Segeberg. It is a half-timbered gabled building from the 16th century with a hallway that runs lengthwise in the middle of the building. After restoration in 1963 and 1964 it was furnished in the manner of a town house from the 18th century.
The exhibition comprises household equipment and furniture from the 17th to 19th century, tools from craftsmen who worked in Segeberg and toys. Items made of anhydrite from the limestone hill in Segeberg document the most obvious characteristics of the town which houses the Karl May open-air theatre.
adults 2,- €, children 1,- €, family ticket 4,- €
Group tours on the building history of the 470-year-old town house - six construction stages, by arrangement (for adults), 55,- € incl. entrance fee
Responsible body of the museum is the Volkshochschule Bade Segeberg.
museum shop: publications, city guides, postcards, event and museum flyer