The Villa Lindenhof – a cultural center for Blaustein
The Villa Lindenhof, which is a classified historical monument, is an Art Nouveau manor house that was constructed at the beginning of the 20th century by the Munich architect Richard Riemerschmid as a summer resort for the industrialist Max Robert Wieland. Located in Blaustein-Herrlingen, the Villa Lindenhof is intended to become a new cultural center for the city of Blaustein.
The villa houses the newly designed Museum “BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES [LEBENSLINIEN] – Historical Personages in Herrlingen” that opened in November 2019.
The villa also serves as a venue for a variety of selected cultural events, including readings, lectures, exhibitions, and small concerts. The surrounding park grounds are used regularly as an event platform.
Aus einem Malkurs des Landfrauenvereins gründete sich 1998 die Künstlergruppe der WEIDACHER MALFRAUEN um Kursleiter Prof. Albert Cüppers. Der Name verweist auf den Ort des gemeinsamen Schaffens - Weidach, einem …Find out more »
89134 Blaustein, 89134 Deutschland
Historical personalities in Herrlingen
A unique Jugendstil ensemble
Together with its adjoining buildings and park grounds, the Villa Lindenhof is a singular holistic work of art thoroughly planned down to the last detail.
10 historical personalities
Immerse yourself at the newly designed Museum LEBENSLINIEN in the biographies of extremely contrasting personalities, who lived and were active in Herrlingen during the turbulent history of first half of the last century.
Culture up close
Experience diverse cultural events in the cozy living room setting of the Villa Lindenhof or in the idyllic park against the backdrop of the impressively beautiful Jugendstil scenery.
Some impressions of the Villa Lindenhof
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