Worms Museum is housed in one of the city’s most beautiful buildings – the former St. Andreasstift, a late-Romanesque complex with a picturesque inner courtyard.
The permanent exhibition presents numerous Bronze Age and Neolithic archaeological finds from Worms.
No less impressive is the museum’s Roman section and the finds from the time of the Franks, who settled in Worms around 500 AD.
The Luther Room commemorates Martin Luther’s appearance before the Diet of Worms in 1521.
There is also information about the leather industry, which has played an important role in Worms since the middle of the 19th century.
The impressive city model is also worth seeing. It shows what the town looked like before it was destroyed in 1689.
Historic films about Worms in the 1920s to 1950s give a lively impression of developments in the city’s more recent history.
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Museum der Stadt Worms im Andreasstift
Tel.: +49 6241 853 - 4105
There is a guided tour for the general public every 4. Sunday in the month between April and October at 10:30 (german only):
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