Under the subject Prussia in the Rhineland, the Prussian Museum is showing a permanent exhibition on the history of the Prussians in the Rhineland.

The Prussian Museum in Wesel provides information on the influence of the Prussians on the Lower Rhine region with the help of various exhibits and audio-visual media. The location of the museum is the former grain magazine in the fortress citadel, which was built in 1687 and which has suffered some destruction over the centuries.


Prussia Museum Wesel

Prussia Museum Wesel

Info & Notes :

Exhibition Objects : Uniforms, weapons and pictures from the time of the Prussians in the Rhineland. Busts of the old Fritz. The history of the railway is provided in a replica railway wagon. The model of the coal mine Rhine-Prussia shows the changes of industrialization. As a symbol for the Prussians, the pimple hood is also on display.

Exhibitions / Events : Exhibition about the influence of the Prussians on the Lower Rhine. Special exhibitions on history as well as on art and cultural topics

Guides : By arrangement

Specials : Program for schools, children’s birthdays

Museums in the Lower Rhine region:

Prussia Museum Wesel

Address : An der Zitadelle 14-20, 46483 Wesel
Opening times : See homepage
Admission : Paying
Internet : https://www.wesel.de/

This map shows some museums in the region of the Lower Rhine, which offers different exhibitio objects.


Cultural Institutions

You will find numerous cultural institutions in the region of the Lower Rhine. Among others are museums, theatres, and more

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