Tomorrow | 07.00 pm
The exhibition illuminates the question of right and wrong in three chapters, spanning from the Brothers Grimm's Children's and Household Tales through their lives and work to our present day.
Experience fairy tale collectors and linguists Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm in this fascinating world of knowledge and discovery.
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Kassel as the central hub and focal point in the lives of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm—a biographical journey.
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Just how important the Brothers Grimm are for the city is reflected in this extensive collection, which houses a large number of exhibits relating to the life and work of the brothers and their fairy tales.
From A to Z
When the Brothers Grimm agreed to compile the "Germany Dictionary" in 1838, they could only begin to imagine the immense amount of work that would actually entail.
Famous around the world
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm’s wish was to preserve folk tales for posterity by bequeathing this unique collection of fairy tales.
Fairy tale collectors, linguists – to name but a few
The brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm are inevitably associated with their collection of Children’s and Household Tales and the writing of the "German Dictionary". But their lives also reflect the national history of German and its Biedermeier society around 1800.