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Carl Bosch Museum Heidelberg

69118 Heidelberg, Germany (Baden-Württemberg)

Address Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg 46
 
 
Floor area 300 m² / 3 229 ft²  
 
Museum typ Exhibition
Chemistry
  • Car radios
  • Transmitting and Studio technique
  • Amateur Radio / Military & Industry Radio


Opening times
Freitag - Mittwoch: 10-17 Uhr

Admission
Status from 05/2015
Erwachsene: 3,50 €
Kinder im schulpfl. Alter, Rentner, Studenten oder Menschen mit Behinderungen: 2 €
Fam. (2 Erw. + eigene schulpfl. Kinder): 7 €

Contact
Tel.:+49-6221-60 36 16  Fax:+49-6221-60 36 18  
eMail:kontakt carl-bosch-museum.de   

Homepage www.carl-bosch-museum.de

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Location / Directions
N49.415564° E8.730081°N49°24.93384' E8°43.80486'N49°24'56.0304" E8°43'48.2916"

for your convenience the Carl Bosch Museum can be reached with the new bus line 30

by train
Travel to Heidelberg or Mannheim Central Train Station (connections: IC/ICE or EC). At the Heidelberg Central Train Station, take a taxi, a bus or the previously mentioned “Ruf-Taxi” to the Carl Bosch Museum.

by bus and “Ruf-Taxi”
You can order a “Ruf-Taxi” at the Heidelberg Central Train Station or at the “Bismarckplatz” (town centre) to the stop “Hausackerweg” by phoning 06221/302030. Take bus number 33 to “Hausackerweg” from the Train Station or from the “Bismarckplatz”. Bus number 35 from the “Bismarckplatz” stops at the “Hausackerweg” as well. Both lines are operated daily. It takes you about 30 minutes by bus to the appropriate bus stop. From there the “Ruf-Taxi” will drive you to the museum.

by car
Take the highway A 656 to Heidelberg. At the end of the highway, turn left, then right, on the B 37. Drive straight until reaching the border of the town centre (about 5 km). After a few hundred metres a signpost “Carl Bosch Museum” will lead you to the right and uphill, cross the railway, and then turn left. Follow the streets "Am Rosenbusch - Hausackerweg" uphill, until you arrive at the Atlantic Hotel in Schloss-Wolfsbrunnenweg. Turn left, and after about 50 metres, you will see the Carl Bosch Museum on the right side of the road.

Description The technical historical museum in Heidelberg offers exciting insights on the life and discoveries of Heidelberg’s Nobel Prize winner Carl Bosch (1874-1940)

The museum opened its doors in May 1998 in the original garage-house which served as the residence of Carl Bosch’s driver, and, of course, as a garage for his automobiles - the vintage brands Horch and Maybach.

Presented within a space of 300m² and two outdoor courtyards, the museum displays the most interesting and exciting highlights of the life of Carl Bosch.

The exhibition is arranged into eight sections distributed over both museum floors and an outside courtyard. The topics range from the development of chemical engineering to IG Farben’s role during the Third Reich. The exhibition demonstrates the development of high-pressure technology from its beginnings in the laboratory to the creation of huge industrial complexes, and documents their political and economical effects as well.

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