Welcome to the Stuttgart State Museum of Natural History

The Stuttgart State Museum of Natural History is one of Baden-Württemberg’s most popular museums. A total of 6200 m² exhibition space and numerous activities guarantee an entertaining visit and provide interesting insights into the evolution and diversity of life.

The exhibitions are housed in two separate buildings. In the Museum am Löwentor, you can find the paleontological exhibition, documenting the history of life on Earth. In contrast, Schloss Rosenstein provides an overview of present-day animal diversity and Earth’s major ecosystems.

With its collections exceeding a total of 11 million objects, the Stuttgart State Museum of Natural History is among Germany’s biggest natural history museums. These collections constitute the basis for the scientific research conducted at the museum.