digital cultural offerings

During the Corona pandemic this year, there were many days when we all stayed home when we would have preferred to add variety to our daily lives. However, the issue is not over now, but returns to the forefront with the current regulations in November. However, there are alternatives to spending the day not exclusively on your own studies:

The museums of the city of Stuttgart had a varied online offering even before the pandemic. Since it is not possible for many cultural sites to welcome guests, the online offer was further increased. In addition to videos that can be viewed at any time, there are also live programs that can be streamed. So when everyday life gets too monotonous again, it’s worth taking a digital trip.

The entire online offering is free of charge.

This table should make it easier to get a taste of the colorful offerings of some museums:

elle soll es erleichtern in das bunte Angebot einiger Museen zu schnuppern:

Museum of Natural HistoryThe Museum of Natural History offers a new special exhibition every year. To keep the exhibitions going after they are dismantled, virtual tours with audio commentary are created. Those who missed the special exhibitions of the last years can catch up from home.
Linden-MuseumThe Linden Museum has ethnology as its theme and offers panoramas and video tours. This year the Aztecs are in the foreground.
LandesmuseumThe Landesmuseum presents 250,000 years of cultural history from the Württemberg region in its digital collection. In addition, for anyone with VR glasses at home, the VR Journey to the Middle Ages, which is part of the exhibition, is also offered online.
StaatsgalerieThe “Digital Collection” of the Staatsgalerie comprises a selection of all areas of the collection and thus provides an insight into 700 years of art history.
Haus der GeschichteIn addition to virtual tours of several exhibitions, the “Haus der Geschichte” has a variety of other offerings for experiencing regional history online.
streetcar museumThe streetcar museum shows the highlights of Stuttgart’s streetcar history. In the virtual tour you can get an impression of the historical exhibits.
Mercedes-Benz-MuseumIn the virtual tour of the Mercedes-Benz Museum you can see the development of the automobile from 1886 to the present day across all 8 levels of the museum.
StadtpalaisThe Stadtpalais currently offers interesting live guided tours every day at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. with “StadtPalais Digital II” to complement its varied program.
Theodor-Heuss-HausThe exhibition house focuses on the person Theodor Heuss and the German history of the 20th century. Under the motto #MuseenEntdecken, curators present objects from the permanent exhibition in short video contributions. There are also 360° panoramas of the permanent exhibition and the living quarters.

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