The Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte is able to look back on a long history of exhibitions: It has been on the go throughout Bavaria with exhibitions since 1976 and, on a regular basis, since 1983. The museum on Regensburg’s Donaumarkt will add a permanent facility.
In its permanent exhibition, the Museum der Bayerischen Geschichte in Regensburg tells how Bavaria became a Free State and what makes it so distinctive. Bavarian history, from the emergence of the kingdom down to the present, is presented engagingly by multimedia on over 2,500 square meters.
In addition to the permanent exhibition on the upper floor, the Museum der Bayerischen Geschichte in Regensburg shows changing special exhibitions on the ground floor of the museum building and in the Bavariathek.
The Bavarian State Exhibitions present topics of Bavarian history in historically significant places all over Bavaria on an annually rotating basis. The exhibitions under this brand draw over 100,000 visitors during their duration of six months.
The Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte has called on numerous places in Bavaria in over three decades. This map shows the venues of Bavarian State Exhibition.