This is where children can experience culture
Various productions and interactive stations invite children and their families to immerse themselves in the world of the famous robber. The exhibition also celebrates the life and work of the author Otfried Preussler who died in 2013 and would have turned 95 on 20 October 2018.
"With our commitment to the Württemberg State Museum, we can sensibly combine both, and strengthen Stuttgart’s cultural programme. We consider the interactive museum in particular to be an outstanding cultural offering for children and are therefore very happy to support it."
Supporting educational and cultural projects is very important to us.Brigitte Vöster-Alber, Chief Executive Officer of GEZE GmbH
GEZE GmbH supports ‘Young Castle’ (Junges Schloss), the children's museum of the Württemberg State Museum in Stuttgart. Photo: Hendrik Zwietasch; Württemberg State Museum, Stuttgart © Hendrik Zwietasch; Landesmuseum Württemberg, Stuttgart
Founded in 1862, the State museum of Württemberg is the largest museum of cultural history in Baden-Württemberg. The collections on display in the Old Castle (Altes Schloss) showcase world-class treasures and offer an exciting journey through the region’s history, from the artwork of the Ice Age hunters to the Kingdom of Württemberg.
As a separate institution of the Württemberg State Museum, and the first children's museum in the State capital, the ‘Young Castle’ has been a hotspot for children from the age of four and their families since October 2010, thanks to its hands-on exhibitions.