Sometimes, we see blue—preferably in the town of Schwetzingen. It is the first and only town in Germany that has a museum dedicated entirely to this one colour. The Rhine-Neckar region offers more than 230 exhibition buildings plus 110 big or small theatres and innumerable concerts and festivals. This is a great starting point to get ready for your next after-work activity—using our stories and event tips: What do “new music” concerts in the Heidelberg Tankturm tower sound like, or poems written in Palatine dialect? We take you to the inside of old cinemas and new spaces for culture, or into the local graffiti scene.

Where light dances on concrete

The EinTanzHaus gives Mannheim’s Trinitatiskirche church a new lease of life

Where art learns to swim

A reservoir for fire fighting operations has become a concert stage: Thomas Grommes has reinvented the Ludwigshafen indoor swimming pool.

Muddersprooch in American English

Muddersprooch in American English

The man, who was into butterflies

The Carl Bosch Museum Heidelberg is reminiscent of the eventful life of the Nobel laureate

Pictures encapsulated in a time capsule

Vivien Räbiger takes photographs of Lost Places in the Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region and elsewhere.


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