To the east of Schiller Square is the Old Palace, now the Württemberg State Museum. There are not many collections in the museum, covering some medieval sculptures, paintings and treasures of several dukes. When we went there was an exhibition about the origin of ancient Europeans.
A museum converted from the old castle of Stuttgart. The collections in this place are also relatively rich. They are all ancient German historical buildings. The museum makes good use of the art here. The internal visit is also a good place to see a lot .
Free visit to the museum, telling the history of Wurttemberg. The exhibition has been arranged reasonably since ancient times. The facilities in the museum are also very good, with a lot of exhibits. The staff is very friendly, don't miss this museum if you have time.
The old palace of Stuttgart, now also the Württemberg State Museum, is small, the house is very simple and interesting, and the most special thing is that the inside is a museum, but the outside is a place like a concert venue! There may be a live band at night
The halls on the first floor are magnificent, with the ceiling and surrounding walls painted by famous artists depicting Florence's victories, cityscapes and historical events; Each room on the second floor has four walls and roofs also decorated with frescoes, from the viewing balcony, you can see the Holy Cross Church and its bell tower not far east.