Panoramablick auf die Welterbestadt Quedlinburg

Special exhibition Heinrich


King Heinrich I. and Quedlinburg cannot be separated. Starting at the 19th of May in 2019 there is going to be an exhibition about Heinrich I. in two chapters. The first chapter “919 – Plötzlich König” (“Suddenly King?”) will deal with Heinrich becoming king of the medieval Saxons. Was it a sudden coincidence or did the enthronement take a longer approach? What are the major traits of Heinrich as king? While the first chapter is looking for answers to these interesting questions, the second chapter “Am Anfang war das Grab” (“In the beginning there was the grave”) is dealing with Heinrich’s death and memoria. The collegiate church of Quedlinburg with it’s famous treasury gives testimony of the magnitude of the memoria for Heinrich I. the questions of this chapter of the exhibition will be about the legacy of a king and how one does remember him today.

Official poster for the special exhibition "Heinrich I in Quedlinburg"
Official poster for the special exhibition "Heinrich I in Quedlinburg"

Opening hours

May 19, 2019 to February 2, 2020

Opening:
4 p.m. on May 19, 2019

Every day except Monday

April to October
from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
November to March
from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Last admission
1 hour before closing

Additionally, opened May 20, 2019 from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Costs

Adult 9,50 EUR
Reduced 7,50 EUR

Group rate 8,50 EUR per person (from 10 persons)

Free admission for children and students up to 18 years and for persons with the first name Heinrich with appropriate proof

Arrival

Special exhibition at the Castle Museum and Collegiate Church

Schlossberg 1
06484 Quedlinburg
+49 3946 709 900
+49 3946 905 699
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Website Castle Museum
Website Collegiate Church

Parking:
Carl-Ritter-Straße


With friendly support

Ostdeutsche Sparkassenstiftung gemeinsam mit der Harzsparkasse mit Hilfe des PS-Lotterie-Sparens
Ostdeutsche Sparkassenstiftung gemeinsam mit der Harzsparkasse mit Hilfe des PS-Lotterie-Sparens
Panoramablick auf die Welterbestadt Quedlinburg