69117 Heidelberg, Germany
+49 6221 583 4020
Housed in the Palais Morass, built in 1712 by the Baroque architect Johann Adam Breuning and the residence of Professor Maximilian Chelius, the founder of the Heidelberg Cancer Clinik, the Palatinate Museum exhibits hundreds of paintings, graphic art, sculptures, handicrafts, archaeological and city history with a focus on what the Palatinate region was once like. As the capital of the Palatinate, Heidelberg has much to offer its visitors when it comes to the history of the region. The museum also has small, but well-organized and intriguing temporary exhibitions, though without the benefit of reduced ticket prices, they can be a little bit pricy to explore. The museum is open from Tuesday thru Sunday, 10am-6pm. Admission prices for the permanent exhibition are 3 euros for adults (Saturdays), 1.80 for adults (weekdays), 1.20 for adults (Sundays and holidays), and free for children up to 16.