The Museum at the Imperial Palace is a small but excellent city history museum on Francois-Lachenal-Platz. With a permanent exhibition from the Stone Age to the High Middle Ages and the external monuments of Charlemagne's imperial palace in front of the door, it is a place of preservation, amazement and learning.
The museum at the Kaiserpfalz was evaluated by a certified collector of "Travel for All" and awarded the "Accessibility tested" certificate by the inspection body. The corresponding short report can be found under "Further information & downloads" at the bottom of this page.
An attractive and extensive program of events invites you to exhibitions, festivals, lectures, guided tours and workshops with historical themes all year round. The museum presents itself literary, musical and sometimes even culinary.
"See, hear, do it yourself" is the focus of the educational programme. At a wide variety of events - from children's birthday parties to "Kinder führen Kinder" - children can explore the museum through play.
Miriam Maslowski presents outstanding female personalities of the High Middle Ages in short videos. They have one thing in common, they were all powerful rulers who at times even controlled the fortunes of the Holy Roman Empire, also from the imperial palace of Ingelheim.
The new app "Ingelheim in Roman times" was developed as part of the nationwide joint project "museum4punkt0". On their own smartphone, users can resurrect the Roman world of Ingelheim in a 360° panorama using augmented reality.
Museum bei der Kaiserpfalz
55218 Ingelheim am RheinTel: 06132 714701