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City Museum "High Lily"

Description:

Located directly at the market place of Naumburg, the oldest secular building of the city.

The "Hohe Lilie" house is one of the most remarkable town houses in the old town of Naumburg. The street-side tower (a so-called "Kemenate") was already built in the middle of the 13th century, two extensions probably date back to the 15th century, a fourth extension dates from the baroque period. This makes the "Hohe Lilie" one of the oldest inner-city museum buildings
Located directly at the market place of Naumburg, the oldest secular building of the city.

The "Hohe Lilie" house is one of the most remarkable town houses in the old town of Naumburg. The street-side tower (a so-called "Kemenate") was already built in the middle of the 13th century, two extensions probably date back to the 15th century, a fourth extension dates from the baroque period. This makes the "Hohe Lilie" one of the oldest inner-city museum buildings in Germany. The award-winning museum shows the traces of 750 years of use, supplemented by chapters of the city's history, which exemplify the development and existence of a bourgeois community as a sensual and intellectual experience.
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Tuesday - Sunday/holiday: 10:00 - 17:00

Rest days:
24, 25, 31 December and 1 January
  • Bad weather offer
  • for all weathers
  • for school classes
  • for families
  • for individual guests
  • Suitable for seniors
  • Cash payment
  • WC facility
  • Disabled WC
  • Disabled access
Adults: 4,00 €
reduced: 3,00 €
Groups from 10 persons: 3,00 € p.p.
Children under 18 free admission
Arrival by car/bus: use the parking facilities at Lindenring or Vogelwiese

Where:

Address:

City of Naumburg | Museum Administration

Market 18
06618 Naumburg
Phone: +49 3445 / 200648
E-mail: post@museumnaumburg.de
website: http://www.mv-naumburg.de/

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