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BraunSammlung - BraunCollection

61476 Kronberg im Taunus, Germany (Hessen)

Address WesterbachCenter
Westerbachstraße 23 C 
 
Floor area 350 m² / 4 767 ft²   Area for radios (if not the same) 350 m² / 4 767 ft²
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • TV and image recording
  • Wire- & tape recording
  • Record players with pick up
  • Clocks and Watches
  • Home Appliances


Opening times
Di - So: 11-17 Uhr

Admission
Status from 01/2017
7-17 Jahre: 1,50 €; Erwachsene: 3 €

Contact
Tel.:+49-61-73 30-22 44  Tel.2:+49 61 73 30-23 15  
eMail:info foerderkreis-braunsammlung.de   

Homepage www.foerderkreis-braunsammlung.de

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Location / Directions
N50.172839° E8.528753°N50°10.37034' E8°31.72518'N50°10'22.2204" E8°31'43.5108"

Schienenverkehr und öffentlicher Personennahverkehr

Kronberg ist Endpunkt der Frankfurter S-Bahn-Linie S4, der Nachfolgerin der Kronberger Bahn, und verbindet Kronberg mit der Frankfurter Innenstadt, dem Hauptbahnhof und der Nachbarstadt Eschborn

Dazu existiert in Kronberg seit 2001 ein Stadtbusnetz aus drei Linien. Es ist genau wie die S-Bahn in den Rhein-Main-Verkehrsverbund integriert

Überörtliche Straßenanbindung

Am nördlichen Rand Kronbergs verläuft die B 455 als Umgehungsstraße von Wiesbaden nach Bad Homburg, so erreicht man von Kronberg schnell die A 3 und A 661. In südlicher Richtung erreicht man schnell die A 5 und A 66.

Die BraunSammlung finden Sie im WesterbachCenter nördlich direkt hinter der Braun Hauptverwaltung in Kronberg.

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

D: Braun; Frankfurt Cosmophon 444W (1932)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Cosmophon 333W (1932/33)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Volksempfänger VE301W (1933-38)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Mozart W1979 (1933/34)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Phono-Super 7W (1935/36)
D: Braun; Frankfurt 137W (1936-38)
D: Braun; Frankfurt 239W (1937/38)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Super 639W (1938/39)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Koffer Super BSK 239F (BKS239F) (1939-41)
D: Braun; Frankfurt 450GW (1949/50)
D: Braun; Frankfurt 4650W (1949/50)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Piccolo 50 (1950/51)
D: Braun; Frankfurt 560W (1950/51)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Piccolino P 51 (1951/52)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Commodore 52 (C52) (1952/53)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Musiktruhe 222UKW MT (MT222UKW) (1953/54)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Exporter (nicht Exportar) (1954-56)
D: Braun; Frankfurt combi (1955-57)
D: Braun; Frankfurt G11 Ch= RC60, RC55 UK (1955/56)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Exporter 2 (1956-59)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Phonosuper SK4/1 (1957)
D: Braun; Frankfurt PC3 (1957-59)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Studio 1 Ch= RC62/5 (1957-59)
D: Braun; Frankfurt TS3 Ch= RC62/3 (1957-59)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Radio-Phono-Kombination PK G5-8 Ch= RC8 (1958-60)
D: Braun; Frankfurt PC3SV (1959-61)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Phono-Transistor-Kombination TP1 (1959-62)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Studio 2 (1959-62)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Atelier 1-8 Stereo Ch= RC8D (1959/60)
D: Braun; Frankfurt HF1 Ch= Telefunken Visiomat 2 (1959/60)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Taschenempfänger Transistor 4 T4 / KT4 (1960-62)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Kleinsuper SK25 Ch= RC25 (1961-64)
D: Braun; Frankfurt RS12 Ch= RC9 (1961-64)
D: Braun; Frankfurt RT20 Ch= RC31 (1961-64)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Steuergerät RCS9 Ch= RC9E (1961-65)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Atelier 11 Stereo Ch= RC82C (1961/62)
D: Braun; Frankfurt TS31 Stereo Ch= RC82C (1961/62)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Kofferempfänger T520 (1962-64)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Lectron Rundfunkempfänger 8090 (1968-72)
D: Braun; Frankfurt TG1000/4 (1971-75)
D: Braun; Frankfurt Gesamtanlage Atelier 1 (1980-82)

Description

BraunCollection Kronberg

The BraunCollection in Kronberg brings to life more than 90 years of Braun’s company and brand heritage. It also documents a piece of contemporary history. Founded in 2005 by the BraunCollection Funding Association, the collection was moved to new premises and reopened on April 9, 2014 with an extended exhibition.

Almost 1000 exhibits illustrate the development of Braun’s design and innovations from the beginning until today. All the different product categories are represented, including the first Braun radio, the world-famous record player SK4 aka “Snow White’s coffin”, as well as the most recent products, for example the best rated dry shaver in Stiftung Warentest, the Braun Series 7.

The exhibition is dedicated to the beginnings of the company in 1921 and the milestones of Braun design throughout the last 60 years. Additionally featuring around 30 new products that showcase Braun’s current design language, it not only reviews the past but also provides a vision of the future.

The permanent exhibition of the BraunCollection has been designed interactively. Video material and iPads enable visitors to review more in-depth information around the different featured topics.

The new highlight of the collection is the walk-in archive. For the first time, it gives visitors the opportunity to explore exactly 666 of more than 9000 treasures which had been locked away before. Included are also less famous products, for example the electronics construction set Lectron.


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