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Housed in the former Thielenbruch depot, the Straßenbahnmuseum is a tram museum that traces the 125-year history of Cologne trams.
Housed in the former Thielenbruch depot, the Straßenbahnmuseum is a tram museum that traces the 125-year history of Cologne trams. It displays 20 historic tram cars, from horse-drawn vehicles to electric engines, along with models, maps, photographs, plans, and documents. Memorabilia such as old tickets, timetables, posters and advertising materials give a complete picture of the operation of the tram system.
The Stammheim Castle was destroyed in World War II, but the surrounding gardens are still well maintained and have sculptural installations
The Skulpturenpark features biennially changing exhibitions of contemporary works by German and international artists
Part of Cologne's underground waste water disposal syste, the Kronleuchtersaal (Chandelier Hall) is a cavernous hall with chandeliers that were installed for the inauguration of the sewerage plant