Visit the Württemberg State Museum with this smart companion. The app not only serves as a navigation aid in the Old Castle and includes all of the exhibit audio commentaries – it is also packed with information and a number of curated themed tours with multimedia content. This gives you the opportunity to explore the collections at your own pace. Experience exciting journeys through cultural history, and never miss a highlight!
You can also use the Württemberg State Museum (LMW) app from the comfort of your own home or on the move. Take a virtual stroll through our collections whenever you like!
- Your digital companion through the Württemberg State Museum
- Lots of information about the exhibits
- Knowledge and entertainment with exciting themed tours: “Highlights”, “Love and Crime”, “Old Castle”, Speeddating” and more
- Multimedia gadgets: pictures, 360° panoramas, videos, audio, animations, hidden details such as X-rays and reverse sides, selfie filter, quizzes and more
- Navigation aid through the museum
- Standard audio guide for children and adults
- Information about all exhibitions, the museum, and the history of the Old Castle
- Visitor information (location, opening hours, prices)
- Adjustable font size
- Compatible for smartphones and tablets
- Compatible for iPhones and iPads
- German and English
- The LMW app can be downloaded via the Württemberg State Museum’s free wireless network in the Old Castle.
- You can use the LMW app on your own device or borrow a device from the museum free of charge.
- Headphones: if you would like to use the app on your own device in the museum, please bring headphones. Alternatively, headphones are available for purchase at the museum for a small fee.
Are you satisfied with the LMW app? Then we would be delighted to receive a rating. We also welcome suggestions and criticism. Please send us an email stating your device model and operating system: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Württemberg State Museum (LMW) app was made possible by the funding programme “Digitale Wege ins Museum II” of the Baden-Württemberg State Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, and the generous support of the Wüstenrot Stiftung."