|Tuesdey–Sunday||9.30 a.m. – 5.30 p.m.|
|Monday (except on publilc holidays)||closed|
The exhibition is devoted to the main works of Franconian painting and sculpture from the turn of the 12th century up to the Renaissance period, and in some cases to the Baroque period. The important art centres during this period of Bamberg, Nuremberg and Würzburg are represented on an equally high level.
The Franconian Gallery is closed from November until February.
Museum educational services at the Franconian Gallery can be booked for groups of up to 20 people for EUR 80.00. Free admission for teachers with school classes; groups with more than 20 children pay additional EUR 4.00 per pupil.
Please contact +49 9261 6041-0 or email@example.com
Taking photographs in the Bayerische Nationalmuseum and in the special exhibitions is allowed in principle. Artworks that cannot be photographed are especially marked. The use of flashes, additional lighting, tripods and selfie-sticks is not allowed.
The Franconian Gallery is accessible.
|Category||Admission Prices||Guided tour of the fortress & museum|
|Adults||EUR 6.00||EUR 9.00|
|Pupils / Students||EUR 4.00||EUR 6.00|
|Families*||EUR 13.00||EUR 19.00|
|Reduced rate**||EUR 7.00|
The Rosenberg Fortress houses the exhibition "Fortresses - Franconia's Bulwarks" alongside the Franconian Gallery.
The history of the Franconian Gallery
In 1983, the oldest of the branch museums of the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum was inaugurated in the majestic fortress of the Bishops of Bamberg in Kronach. In 2013/14, the museum underwent extensive renovations and the innovative lighting system now perfectly highlights the old masterpieces. Further major additions in 2020 helped expand the museum’s Lucas Cranach collection, thereby further enhancing the importance of this branch museum.
Arrival & Contact
How to get there by car or train
Please inform yourself on the Homepage Stadt Kronach (in german).Deutsche Bahn