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Faberge Museum, Baden-Baden

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Faberge Museum, dedicated to the display of items made by the Russian jewelry firm Faberge, holds approximately 700 Faberge items, including the extravagant Rothschild Faberge egg. This jewelry was some of the most renowned in the 19th and 20th centuries, and was supplied to kings, queens, and czars around the world. Look for intricate cigarette cases, table clocks, photo frames, barometers, and brooches. A permanent exhibition, Gold of the World, opened in 2012 and features more than 100 gold items, including an ancient Iranian chalice, ancient Greek jewelry, and a rare, 18th-century British gold trophy. Plan your visit to Faberge Museum and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Baden-Baden driving holiday planner.
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  • The austere sign outside lures you in & the name - Fabergé. But, it's not cheap to enter & in hindsight, I would say not worth the price. The museum is over 2 floors & gives the history of Fabergé... 
    The austere sign outside lures you in & the name - Fabergé. But, it's not cheap to enter & in hindsight, I would say not worth the price. The museum is over 2 floors & gives the history of Fabergé...  more »
  • A nice little museum with an interesting exhibition, which tells a story of fabergé fabric, including real fabergé eggs. It took us about an hour to see everything, be ready for 20 euros (or so ) per....  more
    A nice little museum with an interesting exhibition, which tells a story of fabergé fabric, including real fabergé eggs. It took us about an hour to see everything, be ready for 20 euros (or so ) per....  more »
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  • Expensive but worth every bit of the entry fee. I wanted to see the Imperial Eggs on display and I was not disappointed. There were only a couple of other visitors so I could take my time and study all the exquisite details. The breadth of the collection is amazing and I really enjoyed seeing examples of the work done by the Faberge artisans. If your phone has plenty of battery life, you can scan and learn about what you are seeing in multiple languages. Unfortunately, my phone was almost out of battery life at the time.
  • It's a small museum but there are many objects and works of art that will fascinate you because of the ornate detail and design. Highly recommended to visit.

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