Museum Of Bread Culture, Ulm

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Museum Of Bread Culture, Ulm - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Salzstadelgasse 10, 89073 Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany.

Phone: +49-73169955

Ticket Price: 4 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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This unique museum is perhaps the highlight for the foodie and history-loving traveler who takes solace in discovering new attractions. The Bread Museum consist of 18,000 objects which depict the art of bread-making through ancient times including cultural, religious and technological references which make you wonder if there is more to bread that flour, water and yeast! The next time you hold a bread in your hand, you will all about it.

Highlights include:

  • Bread making process through ancient times including the Egyptian way of bread-making
  • Bread making technology

Take a tour through the premises to get unexpectedly drawn into the parallel world that is all things bread. A must no matter what your age and who you company is!

Museum Of Bread Culture Information

  • Do try the guided tours.

Museum Of Bread Culture Ticket Prices

  • Adults- 4.00 €
  • Children- 3.00 €
  • Senior Citizens / Students / Visitors with Disabilities- 3.00 €
  • Guided tours in English by prior arrangement- 45 €.

How To reach Museum Of Bread Culture by Public Transport

  • You can walk to the Museum.

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  • An interesting museum, which introduced lots of economic, historical, political knowledge with bread, a very basic daily necessity of life.

  • History of food and breads! Very good place to take kids along

  • Nice Museum They gave a digital speaker Which is was very helpful for understanding the history

  • Great info about Bread.

  • I found this extremely interesting and learned a great deal! For English take the audio guide, it was great!

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