MÜHLENWEGMUSEUM, Allensbach at Lake Constance

MühlenwegMuseum Allensbach

Allensbach, Germany

Businessman Fritz Mühlenweg (1898– 1961) joined Sven Hedin’s last expedition to eastern Asia in 1927 as accounting officer, and travelled through Mongolia three times before 1932. He wove his encounters and impressions into paintings, stories and his award-winning novel “In geheimer Mission durch die Wüste Gobi,” (“Big Tiger and Christian”) translated into eight languages. The museum brings this fascinating biography to life with photos, pictures, exhibits, the expedition film, listening posts and surprising items on loan. The museum is on the literary “Per Pedal zur Poesie” cycle path.

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Opening hours

Please note: The MühlenwegMuseum is unfortunately closed until May 2022 due to extensive renovation work on the building. We ask for your understanding. Thank you very much!

1st June–15th September
Mon–Fri 9 am–6 pm
Sat 10 am–1 pm

16th September–31st May
Mon–Fri 9 am–noon and 2 pm–5 pm

Recommended time
60 Minutes
Price
Adults
3.00 €

One-time free admission with the Bodensee Card PLUS  (Pre-registration by phone or e-mail necessary)

Kids
0.00 €
Contact address

Mühlenwegmuseum Allensbach
Konstanzer Straße 12
78476 Allensbach
Germany

Tel.: +49 7533 80135
www.muehlenwegmuseum.de
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