Visitors to the antiques collection of the Martin von Wagner Museum can admire antiquities and works of art from around the Mediterranean dating from the third century B.C.E. to the Late Antique.
Founded over 175 years ago, the collection enjoyed a good reputation internationally mainly due to its extensive collection of priceless Greek vases.
The 'modern' collection offers visitors treasures from more recent eras. It focuses on painting and sculpture from the 15th to 19th centuries. The best-known works in the collection are sculptures by Tilman Riemenschneider, the master sculptor from Würzburg.
Hand drawings and prints comprise the Graphic Art Collection, which includes works by the Tiepolo family and copperplate etchings and woodcuts by Albrecht Dürer.
The Martin von Wagner Museum is located in the south wing of the Würzburg Residenz.
Anyone interested in valuable and rare minerals should not miss out on the university's Mineralogical Museum. With over 500 square meters of exhibition space, the museum offers a diverse collection dating back to the 18th century. The museum is located in the Mineralogy building on the Hubland campus.
Adolf-Würth-Center for History of Psychology
The main mission of the Center is to collect and preserve the heritage of the development of the science and subject of psychology and to make its findings available to researchers and the public all over the world. The Adolf-Würth-Center for History of Psychology owns a collection of historical apparatuses and instruments, numerous sound and film documents and many other documents and estates.