The Museum tells the story of the history of the Alamanni in southern Germany from the third to the eighth century AD. In the centre of interest lies Lauchheim, which is a few kilometers located away from Ellwangen. Since 1986 there has been found not only the biggest cemetery of the Alamanni over there, but also lots of jewelleries, weaponry or the related settlement with a manor household. Original findings include the first Christian symbols in southern Germany, weaving crafts, silver- & Goldsmith artefacts and wooden crafts.Interactive media and replicas of houses and workplaces give a picture of daily life.
Address: Haller Strasse 9