Hohenzollern Museum in Hechingen is locatedin the old palace, in the former Office of the Hohenzollern, to be more exact. Themuseum collection was put on display for the first time in Hohenzollern Castle in1920. Subsequently, the city authorities ordered that the museum should bemoved. Since 1974, it has been located in the Office building. The museumcollection includes household items, documents and artifacts that belonged tothe great Hohenzollern dynasty.
Thehighlight of the Hohenzollern Museum is the audio-visual show "HohenzollernWeddings". It tells about the key events of the Middle Ages - theceremonial marriages between the Hohenzollern dynasty and their beloved. Theinteresting exhibits include the ornate Bronze Age double sarcophagus, containingvaluable artifacts and discovered in 1927 near the city. The museum also containsthe library of the Monastery of St. Luzen (Kloster St. Luzen), medievalsculptures of saints and church paintings.