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Visit the new Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe "ZKM" or see the historical masterpieces in the Kunsthalle with the Karlsruhe Card. Learn a little something about humanity and its history in the Baden State Museum and then look out across the entire city from the castle tower. Whether it’s a visit to the theatre, zoo or swimming pool - find tips for an affordable visit to Karlsruhe with the Karlsruhe Card here.

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The Baden State Museum

Karlsruhe

The Baden State Museum is the major museum for cultural history in the federal state of Baden-Württem­berg and one of the highest profile museums in Germany. The museum houses significant international collections reflecting the art and cultural heritage of prehistoric and ancient times. Displayed in several museums, the exhibits span right in to the 21st century.

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The Europabad Swimming Pool

Karlsruhe

As the most modern water park in the region, the Europabad offers plenty of fun in the water, spa facilities and real holiday feeling for the whole family. Whether you want to wind down or make a big splash, there’s something for everyone!

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Palace Garden Railway

Karlsruhe

The railway in the palace gardens runs every year from Good Friday to All Saints Day, on weekends and holidays. Between the end of May and the beginning of October, the train also runs on weekdays. A complete trip takes about 20 minutes. The ‘little railway’, as it is affectionately known, is very popular among the people of Karlsruhe and visitors.

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The State Art Gallery

Karlsruhe

The State Art Gallery (Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe) in Karlsruhe sees itself as an agent between the past, present and future. It does not focus exclusively on preserving the legacy of several centuries, but aims instead to establish a modern dialogue with the historic collection and its valuable extension.

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State Museum of Natural History

Karlsruhe

The State Museum of Natural History in Karlsruhe is fascinating for all ages. The museum houses a variety of exhibitions and the vivarium showcases local and exotic fauna and flora in life-like settings.

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The Municipal Gallery

Karlsruhe

The Municipal Gallery specialises in the works of local Karlsruhe artists and painters from the surrounding area. It also showcases European drawings and prints from between the 15th and 19th century, fine Japanese woodcuts of the 18th and 19th century and works from the Garnatz collection.

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ZKM | Center for Art and Media

Karlsruhe

The Center for Art and Media (ZKM) is a unique kind of cultural institution not found anywhere else in the world. Its aim: to act on fast-paced IT developments and changing social structures. Its work combines production and research, exhibitions and events, procurement and documentation.

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Zoological City Gardens

Karlsruhe

The characteristic feature of the zoological gardens in Karlsruhe is the combination of zoo, one of the oldest in Germany, and municipal gardens. Located in the heart of the city centre, it is one of the favourite destinations for an outing within the city limits.

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Turmberg’s Funicular Railway

Karlsruhe

The Turmbergbahn is a funicular railway that connects the district of Durlach with the Turmberg. The train scales 100 metres in height over a stretch of 315 metres at a maximum incline of 36.2%. It first opened for operation in 1888, and is thus the second oldest funicular railway in Germany.

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