Cultural quarter: museums and exhibitions
There are a number of individual museums and exhibition rooms to visit in Bad Kreuznach’s Schloßpark gardens. The topics range from ancient antiquity to cultural and urban history, historical salt extraction in Salinental valley to puppet theatre and contemporary visual arts.
One park, three museums
In the Middle Ages, a large estate covered the area where Bad Kreuznach’s ensemble of museums and the Schloßpark gardens are located today. This ensemble comprises the Schloßpark museum with its collections of art history and focus on the history of the town and culture in the 19th century, the Museum for Puppetry Arts, and the Römerhalle museum where you can admire the magnificent remains of a Roman palace.
Stone Sculpture Museum Kubach-Wilmsen
The Stone Sculpture Museum, which opened in 2010, is a unique land art project.
Special exhibitions and international holders of scholarships show contemporary fine art at this historical railway station in Ebernburg.
Lebendige Nahe/Living Nahe nature station
The Nahe valley is a particularly valuable and rich ecological habitat. A visit to the nature station in the historical spa assembly rooms demonstrates this clearly.
The Cauer house
Six generations of the Cauer sculptural dynasty lived and worked in Bad Kreuznach and there are still traces of their work in the town today. The Cauerhaus is the family's first Kreuznach atelier.