In one of the most beautiful buildings of Worms, in the former St. Andreasstift, a late Romanesque building complex with a picturesque inner courtyard, the museum of the city of Worms is located. The permanent exhibition presents numerous excavation finds from Worms from the Bronze Age and the Neolithic Age. No less impressive is the Roman department of the museum as well as finds from the time of the Franks, who settled in Worms around 500 AD. The Luther Room is reminiscent of the appearance of the famous reformer during the Worms Reichstag in 1521. You can also find out about the important leather industry in Worms since the middle of the 19th century. On the ground floor is the impressive city model, which illustrates the appearance of the city before its destruction in 1689. Historical films about the Worms of the 1920s to the 1950s provide a vivid impression of the developments in recent urban history.
Museum is closed for remodeling until further notice (as of May 2019)