The Bayreuth Museums and Galleries are plentiful and very popular…
The Bayreuth Art Museum, in the Old Town Hall, is famous too and very close to a new Art Museum which also takes account of the British American Tobacco Museum. You are likely be encountered with a number of exhibitions each year.
The Richard Wagner Museum, opened in 1976, is home to an enduring display on the life and works of this great music dramatist. This museum also sheds a light on the history of the Bayreuth Festival.
The Jean Paul Museum takes account of a significant compilation of text, portraits and pictures relating to Jean Paul, one of Germany’s leading writers.
On the other hand, the Upper Franconia Museum of Prehistory is also a very popular one in the town. This particular museum traces the records of Upper Franconia, predominantly the narrations of plants and animals.