Martin-Heidegger Museum in Meßkirch Castle

Meßkirch, Germany

Named an honorary citizen of Meßkirch, Martin Heidegger is considered one of the most influential philosophers of the 20th century. The museum chronicles Heidegger’s life and the stages of his philosophical thoughts. Other parts of the exhibition deal with the topics of “Heidegger as the son of Meßkirch” and “Heidegger and art.”

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Opening hours

January–December 
Fri–Sun and public holidays 2 pm–5 pm
During summer holidays also open Mon and Wed 2 pm–5 pm

(24th and 31st December closed)

Recommended time
60 Minutes
Price
Adults
3.00 €

One-time free admission with the Bodensee Card PLUS​​​​​​​

Contact address

Martin-Heidegger-Museum
Kirchstraße 7
88605 Meßkirch
Germany

Tel.: +49 7575 2061422
www.schloss-messkirch.de
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