The interior design and furnishings of the Nietzsche Archive are numbered among Van de Velde's most successful creations. His design work included the new porch, the vestibule, the central library and collection room, a small study and a dining room. This ensemble has been almost completely preserved as an artistic masterpiece. Van de Velde designed not only the wooden fittings, but also the stoves, the furniture, the casements, the fabric covers, the lamps, the floor tiles and the ornamental vases which give the rooms harmonic atmosphere.
Summer: Wed - Mon 10am - 6pm
Winter: Wed - Mon 10am - 4pm
closed on Tue
Advance booking for the next day only. The tickets pre-sale takes place exclusively in the museum and in the kiosk at Stéphane-Hessel-Platz.