Museums & Galleries

Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg

The art museum

The Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg (art museum) offers an exceptional setting for the presentation of high-calibre contemporary art. With several temporary exhibitions per year and an innovative educational programme with interactive-creative concepts, this museum even attracts international visitors.


Museums at Wolfsburg castle

Stadtmuseum Wolfsburg in the M2K

The city museum

In the historic ambience, located directly next to Schloss Wolfsburg (Wolfsburg castle), the history of the castle, the region and the city is presented in hundreds of original exhibits - from the foundation pile of Wolfsburg Castle to a complete hairdressing salon from the 1950s.
© Städtische Galerie

Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg

The urban gallery

The Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg (urban gallery) sees itself as a living museum that thrives on reflection and active participation. The preservation and expansion of the collection of contemporary art and its educational mission are its primary goals. With its programme, the Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg has been contributing to Wolfsburg’s intellectual and cultural identiy since 1974.
© Kunstverein Wolfsburg

Kunstverein Wolfsburg e.V.

Art association

The Kunstverein Wolfsburg was founded in 1959. The institution sees itself as a platform for current themes in art, with the aim of also appealing to young people interested in art.
© Institut Heidersberger, Foto: Ali Altschaffel

Institut Heidersberger

The Heidersberger Institute is dedicated to the scientific and artistic examination of the life’s work of Heinrich Heidersberger, who became known above all as anarchitectural photographer and creator of the so-called rhythmograms.

The car inspires creativity

Learn more about the product history of the Volkswagen brand and get a peek at rare studies and prototypes at the Volkswagen AutoMuseum. You’ll also bump into a real film star there. If you want an insight into the life of a key pioneer of commercial vehicle construction, the Nordsteimke district, just a few kilometres from the city centre, is the place to go. Here you’ll find the house where Heinrich Büssing was born and where a museum has been set up in his honour.


Hoffmann-von-Fallersleben-Museum in the M2K

The museum in Fallersleben Castle is dedicated to the famous poet of the German national anthem, Hoffmann von Fallersleben. It invites you on a journey back in time to the exciting 19th century.


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