Best Western Hotel Kaiserhof

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Moltkestrasse 64, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53173, Germany
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Forum Posts

1985 museum exhibit

by pofbc

I visited a mueseum in Bonn ( I believe) in 1985. I remember a King Tut exhibit as well as a snake exhibit. The snake was in a long glass case. It had apparently died while consuming a large wild boar.

My question is- do I have the correct museum, or is it a different one. I was only 12 years old at the time, so it is difficult to remember.

Thank you for your time.


Re: 1985 museum exhibit

by abalada

There is the Museum Koenig - a zooligical research museum.
This is a rather well known museum (and the "birthplace" of the Federal Republic of Germany).

Than there is the small Egyptian Museum in Bonn

Both could have been however well temporary exhibitions. Esp. the king Tut one. There was a big Tut-ench-Amun one 2004/2005 in Bonn. I remember also one in the 80s when we made a school trip to Munich. Maybe this one was later also in Bonn.

Travel Tips for Bonn

visit the huge parks near the...

by CAkid

visit the huge parks near the Rhine. If you go late night on the weekends you are sure to find a cool party with live Djs on turn tables. Nice dinners at classy restaraunts with reasonable prices located beside the Rhine.

a birthplace of a great man

by margaretvn

This is where the great (in my mind the greatest) composer was born on 17th December 1770 and where he lived until he was 22 years old. He moved to Vienna and never returned to live in Bonn.
Beethoven's grandfather came from Mechelen, a city in Brabant Begium but in 1773 he got a position as a bass player for the elector of Bonn. Beethoven's fahter was a tenor at the court and by the time he was 13 Beethoven was second court organist.
In 1889, almost a century after the composer had left Bonn, a group of 12 citizens joined together and bought the house he was born in. It was quite delapidated but essentially as it had been when Beethoven left for Vienna. They citizens founded a society in Beethovens remembrance. Both Brahms and Verdi were members of the society and it is the holder of the Beethoven house and the largest Beethoven collection in the world. In the house there are more than 150 exhibits with some of his instruments, musical works and things from his everyday life which bring the master so much more to life. There are for example his hearing trumpetsand a shopping list.
Concerts are sometimes given in the house, which is 18th Baroque.

The Rhine Promenade

by RhineRoll

A visit to Bonn is incomplete without enjoying a section of the Rhine promenade. There are actually car-free promenades on both banks of the river and both are lovely. If you do want to enjoy the best section, head for the promenade just south of the Rheinaue park (Plittersdorf district). Great view to Königswinter and the Siebengebirge hills. You could walk along the river here for miles and miles. Also a great biking/blading path. Several good restaurants with beergardens are catering for thirsty clients.

Alter Zoll

by Nemorino

This is where an old tollhouse used to be, hence the name. It is now a lookout point on the remains of some old fortifications, near the Rhine River.

The first photo shows the walkways going up to the Alter Zoll. The monument in the middle is in honor of the 19th century writer Heinrich Heine.

Second photo: View of the opera house and the river bank, looking north from the Alter Zoll.

The Hometown of Beethoven

by ameeow

"The Memorial Statue of Beethoven"

"The Museum of Beethoven"

Ludwig van Beethoven's birthplace is of great importance for people throughout the world and the main attraction in the musical city of Bonn. The Museum contains the largest Beethoven collection in the world. Its impressive authentic documents bear witness to Beethoven's life and compositions.


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Address: Moltkestrasse 64, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53173, Germany