Vonderau Museum

The teacher and local historian Joseph Vonderau brought much light into the early history of the Fulda territory through his excavations and research in the last century. Thus, the Voderau Museum provides its visitors much worth knowing about Fulda and its surroundings in the three areas of cultural history, natural history and painting/sculptures.

Opening hours:

Daily except Monday: 10am to 5 pm

The museum is closed on 24th December, but open on 31st December from 10 am to 2 pm, unless this day falls on a Monday.


A contemporary equipped planetarium is located within the Vonderau Museum. On 35 seats visitors can experience cosmic journeys through the vastness of the universe, made possible by PC cluster simulation technology using modern full-dome video projection for a virtual trip directly above your heads.  Visitors do not sit in front of a screen, the universe surrounds you.

The German Fire-fighting Museum

In two large storage halls visitors can see original and replicated exhibits tracing the development of fire-fighting techniques since the 14th century and fire engines dating from the Renaissance up to the present day.

Opening hours:
Daily except Monday 10 am to 5 pm and by reservation
Tours for groups by appointment.

Schloss Fasanerie

The Schloss Fasanerie palace, with approx. 60 showrooms, has an extremely rich and high-quality collection of furnishings and interior decoration dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. Formerly used as a summer residence by the royal abbots of Fulda, whom built the palace in the 18th century, it is closely linked to Fulda’s history. The palace museum, the 80-hectare park and the restaurant and café make the Schloss Fasanerie a well-rounded experience.

Opening hours:
April to October               
Daily except Monday 10 am to 5 pm
Last admission: 4 pm

The museum is open all year round, including Mondays and holidays. Tour guided entry only. Guided Tours every hour on the hour.


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