1. Theater Heilbronn
Concert and Congress Centre Harmonie is a major venue in Heilbronn. It was expanded from 1999 to 2001 to its present form and expanded to include the Kunsthalle bird man. Approximately 170,000 visitors are counted each year. The most important art clubs in the city are the existing two start-ups since 1879 Kunstverein Heilbronn, who has performed about 400 events.
3. The Municipal Art Museum
This museum has its focus on works of local artists, including painters of the 18th and 19th centuries. It has special collection area with small sculptures and international sculptors such as Henry Moore and Wilhelm Lehmbruck. The archaeological collection was founded and in World War II largely destroyed. Admission to the permanent collections of is free.
Heilbronn is full of nature parks. They are located in the east and in the south of the city. The Federal Garden Show constructed new park area in the former industrial area on the bow of Heilbronn Neckar. Located below the Wartberg Botanical Orchard Heilbronn offers faboulous picnics and glance at collection of historic garden shed. Hunters can hunt in the mountains east of the city. Not far from the house hunters also used as a recreational area is the Forest Heath in the town forest.
2. Heilbronn library
The city's library has a stock of over 293,000 media at its headquarters in the theater. There is also a mobile library. The city of Heilbronn promotes various cultural projects, including the arts and culture timbered house cigar and Municipal Theater Forum cinema. Library is full of useful books and informations about this and other parts of Germany.
4. Sculpture museum in Heilbronn
Several major exhibitions and projects in Heilbronn had sculptures on the subject, including the so proclaimed by the Art Association. There are many works of art here in Heilbronn. Sculptures are symbols of the city and every tourist wants to see as many as he or she can. Museum has nice and well known exhibition shows for people from all over the world.
Heilbronn is known for its wine industry and its nickname Käthchen, after Heinrich von Kleist's The Katherine of Heilbronn. You can visit it by any time of year.
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