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.
- 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!
- Do try the guided tours.
- Adults- 4.00 €
- Children- 3.00 €
- Senior Citizens / Students / Visitors with Disabilities- 3.00 €
- Guided tours in English by prior arrangement- 45 €.
- You can walk to the Museum.
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95% of people who visit Ulm include Museum Of Bread Culture in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
59.17% of people start their Museum Of Bread Culture visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museum Of Bread Culture
74.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museum Of Bread Culture
A small privately run museum over 3 floors. All about bread, looking at it from many perspectives, not just as a source of nourishment. It has an excellent audio guide in English, French or German ( possibly other languages too). Separate audio guides for children. Some interactive exhibits. They also run lots of workshops, apparently. They are holding a festival next week, which I’d love to attend. We were told they will be closing down for 6 months to reorganize until May 2019 soon. We spent 2.5hours in the museum and completely lost track of time there. It exceeded our expectations and we‘ll definitely come back in 2019 for a workshop and to see the new set up.
A good museum with a reasonable price. Nice staff, there is audioguide including the tickets. But not every item has English description. 有中文语音导览器。
Interessting exhibit. More focus on sociology political influence of bread on human development and culture. If one expects to see bread making and artisan exhibits will be probably disappointed.
Its an amazing place to visit, first of all the ticket prices are very reasonable and the presentation of the museum is more linked to showing history of civilization and geopolitical situations throughout different ages is quite amazing. This museum is completely worth the time and money and I'll highly recommend this if you like history of civilization or culture.
This museum is about so much more than bread.