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Edwin Scharff Museum

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The Edwin Scharff Museum at the Petrusplatz, which opended in 1999 houses Neu-Ulm's historical collections. You can also find the most important works of Edwin Scharff here. Oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and especially sculptures trace the path from his early beginnings to his later works. Temporary exhibitions complement and enhance the permanent collection.

Scharff devoted himself to the art of the 20th century, with views into the 19th century and to the present day. The emphasis of the exhibitions is on the Edwin Scharff époque, i.e. the period from 1887 to 1955. In pursuing his artistic development, one aspect the museum focuses on is sculpture.

Together with Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Ernst Barlach, and Georg Kolbe, Edwin Scharff is one of the most important German sculptors of the first half of the 20th century. He began as a painter but later turned to sculptor.

Address

Edwin Scharff Museum
Petrusplatz 4
89231 Neu-Ulm
Phone +49 731 7050 2520

esm@neu-ulm.de

Opening hours

Tue—Wed: 1 pm—5 pm
Thur—Fri: 1 pm—6 pm
Sat—Sun: 10 am—6 pm

Tickets

Adults 5.00 EUR
Reductions 4.00 EUR
free of charge

Free entrance for children until the age of 18
Family ticket 9.00 EUR (maximum of 2 adults, 6 children)

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