The World of the Celts at the Glauberg

The Glauberg is a very special place and was already settled by humans as early as the late Stone Age. The finds from three Celtic burials from the 5th century BC, and the statue of a Celtic ruler are unique and recognised throughout the world as an archaeological sensation.

Our museum was opened in 2011 and is part of the World of the Celts at the Glauberg. This also includes a research centre and a large archaeological park. In the park you will find the reconstruction of a burial mound, a mysterious system of banks and ditches, and fortifications from early Celtic times. Further monuments from other historical periods can be seen on the Glauberg plateau.

With us you can submerge yourself in a world that was created by our Celtic ancestors 2,500 years ago.

Opening times:
Tuesday to Sunday 10 am to 6 pm