Rosgarten Museum

Museum is housed in a medieval guildhouse and the collection exhibits the artistic and cultural history of the Lake Constance region. Alongside prehistoric and early historical items are valuable artworks from the Middle Ages (illuminated books, sculptures, jewellery) as well as testimonies of everyday life right up to the 20th century. The history of Constance as a former Imperial and Episcopal city is a particular focal point, for example the story of Ulrich Richental (1360-1437) about the Council of Constance and the accident of Pope John XXIII on his way the Council.

Museum: Rosgarten Museum
City: Constance/Konstanz
Country: Germany
Address: Rosgartenstraße 3-5