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Unimog Museum Gaggenau

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Location: Gaggenau
Suitable for prams: ja

Experience our declaration of love for the Unimog.
With vehicles from six decades.
With insights into the world of technology, current affairs and the Murg Valley and its surroundings.
Go on a journey through time and find out how world history affected the Unimog. What connects the Unimog with Hollywood. And why the Unimog is superior to an elephant. Even Elvis and Franz Beckenbauer are part of the show. With attractions for the whole family.

And experience the fascination of the Unimog in the truest sense of the word on our outdoor course. At the same time as opening times, you can ride over hill and dale in the Unimog.

We recommend using public transport to get there: by tram from Karlsruhe or Freudenstadt.
Bad Rotenfels Schloss stop.

The Unimog Museum with the outdoor course is open Tuesday to Sunday between 10 a.m. and 17 p.m. Co-journeys are offered parallel to the opening times.
The bistro in the Unimog Museum is open from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m. except on Mondays

Unimog Museum Gaggenau

Unimog-Museum Betriebs GmbH
76571 Gaggenau
Tel: 0 72 25/9 81 31-0
Fax: 0 72 25/9 81 31-19
Email: info@unimog-museum.de

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