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View from Friedrich Froebel-Museum with views over Bad Blankenburg

Address and contact

Johannisgasse 4
07422 Bad Blankenburg

Fon: +49 36741 25 65
Fax: + 49 36741 4 73 11

How to get there

You can reach the Friedrich Froebel museum via regional trains coming from Erfurt within an hour and via regional trains coming from Jena within 90 minutes. Travelling by coach or by car, you reach us via Saalfeld and Rudolstadt taking the federal highways B281, B85 and then B88. Via Ilmenau, you travel straight along the B88.

Parking facilities are located at the market square and the parking lot on Griesbachstraße. The former is situated two, the latter is situated five minutes of walking distance from the museum. You can find coach parking in the Wirbacherstraße, right behind the railroad crossing towards Landessportschule.

Timetable information by the Deutsche Bahn (German railway)

Physically handicapped people

Unfortunately, the Friedrich Froebel Museum is not fully adapted to the needs of disabled people. Nevertheless, we make great efforts to enable everyone to visit the museum.

The exhibition area that deals with Friedrich Froebel's biography and his first kindergarten in Bad Blankenburg is conveniently accessible via the so-called "Esplande". Call (036741) 25 65 for more information and individual solutions.

Tourist information

Together with Rudolstadt and Saalfeld, Bad Blankenburg forms a triangle of cities that has in store numerous tourist attractions in the areas of culture and nature, ranging from the baroque palace "Heidecksburg", a formation of stalactite caves called the "Feengrotten" (fairy grottos) and the castle ruin "Greifenstein" to the "thuringian porcellain street" ("Porzellanstraße"), the idyllic valley of the Schwarza river and many more highlights. For more information:

Das Friedrich-Fröbel-Museum ist aktives Mitglied im Fröbel-Kreis und leistet Beiträge zur Fröbel-Dekade (2013-2022), die durch den Fröbel-Kreis initiiert wurde.
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