14:30 - 17:00

Meteorite-Museum

Oberstraße 10 a, 55430 Oberwesel/Rhein

The world's only meteorite museum, located in the Upper Middle Rhine Valley World Heritage Site in Oberwesel on the Rhine. In the "Meteorite Museum of Art" you can gain a deep insight into the world of meteorites on more than 170 square metres of artistic wall design. In addition to an integrated picture and art gallery, you can view various meteorite exhibits that originate from the asteroid belt between Jupiter and Mars. Experience fascinating moments......

In our Meteorite Museum of Art, you can get a deep look into the world of meteorites on more than 200 m² of artistic wall design. In addition to an integrated picture and art gallery, you can view various meteorite exhibits that originate from the asteroid belt between Jupiter and Mars. From impact rocks to tektites and meteorites, you will find everything in our lovingly designed and perfectly illuminated showcases. Let the harmonious and air-conditioned interiors in a pastel-coloured ambience take you into the unique world of extra-terrestrial matter. The highlight and centrepiece of our exhibition is located in the main room of the meteorite museum, which is unique in the world. It is a 43 kg "Campo des Cielo" iron meteorite, which was found in Argentina in 1576. Solidly anchored on a sandstone base, the heavy lump shines through the entire exhibition.

Meteorite-Museum

From16.08.2022 until the 16.08.2029

Opening hours:
Monday: 09:00Clock to 12:00Clock
Monday: 14:30Clock to 17:00Clock
Tuesday: 09:00Clock to 12:00Clock
Tuesday: 14:30Clock to 17:00Clock
Wednesday: 09:00Clock to 12:00Clock
Thursday: 09:00Clock to 12:00Clock
Thursday: 14:30Clock to 17:00Clock
Friday: 09:00Clock to 12:00Clock
Friday: 14:30Clock to 17:00Clock
Saturday: 10:00Clock to 12:00Clock

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55430 Oberwesel/Rhein Oberstraße 10 a
Meteorite-Museum
Oberstraße 10 a
55430 Oberwesel/Rhein

Phone: (0049) 710 255
E-mail: decker@meteorite-museum.de
Web: http://www.meteorite-museum.de

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