Exploring the city´s cultural lifeTake some time to get to know the city and discover its many facets. You'll be inspired.
The Maximilian Museum helps visitors trace the history of Augsburg. Also featured are numerous exhibits from the era of the city's great silver- and goldsmith masters.
The Deutsche Barockgalerie (German Baroque Gallery) in the Schaezlerpalais (Schaezler Palace) contains works of German Old Masters, among them Hans Holbein the Elder, Hans Burgkmair, Lucas Cranach and Albrecht Dürer.
The "Römisches Museum"(Roman Museum) exhibits
archaeological finds from the founding of the city at the time of Christ's birth, and from later centuries when the Roman ruled the land.
The Mozarthaus (Mozart House) reminds us that the great Wolfgang Amadeus had forefathers from the region. Representing literature is Bertolt Brecht. The memorial "Brechthaus" (Brecht House) in his name houses a documentation of the writer's Augsburg years.
The Stadttheater (City Theater) is a mecca for music and theater lovers. Widely acclaimed are performances of opera and
operetta on the "Freilichtbühne" (open air stage).