Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen

The Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen Mannheim – or in short, ‘rem’ – are an internationally engaged complex of museums. Exhibitions in four locations – the Zeughaus Museum in C5, the Museum of World Cultures in D5, the Schillerhaus Museum in B5, 7 as well as ZEPHYR – Room for Photography in C4,9 – make the ‘rem’ an outstanding place for exhibitions.

With a total exhibition area of 11,300 qm and displaying ca. 1.2 Mio. objects, the rem is one of the largest museum complexes in southern Germany in public ownership.

In past years ‘rem’ has developed into an important research centre through the addition of the Curt-Engelhorn-Centre for Archaeometry, in association with the University of Tübingen and the Klaus-Tschira-Laboratory for scientific dating, which will begin its work by the end of 2009.

The close association of the rem, run as an enterprise of the city of Mannheim, and the Curt-Engelhorn-Foundation, which was established to support the rem under public law, is a unique constellation in the German museum-landscape. For example, the Foundation supports all research projects and the exhibitions of the rem.


Exhibitions and events

Worlds of Music

Permanent exhibition

The exhibition “Worlds of Music“ introduces music as a human phenomenon. Music instruments from all over the world and different epochs showcase the links between sound and nature, humans, spirits...

Egypt - Land of Immortality

Temporary exhibition until 11.11.2018

The exhibition “Egypt: Land of Immortality” opens the doors to the fascinating world of advanced civilization on the Nile. The exhibits, which are up to 6,000 years old, are the centrepiece of a show...

Buried History

Permanent exhibition

Visitors embark on a thrilling journey through time that with a display of exceptional original finds takes them from the Stone Age via the Bronze and Iron Age up to the Roman Era and into the early...

On Gun Smoke and Battle Idyll. White Gold from the Frankenthal Manufactory

Temporary exhibition until 02.12.2018

A coffee and tea service with 43 pieces has rarely been so completely preserved. Christian Heinrich Winterstein, one of the best Frankenthal porcelain artists, painted it around 1766. Fighting on...

Simply Beastly! Fun with Dino, Panda & Co.

Temporary exhibition until 10.03.2019

A hands-on exhibition for the whole family.

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