The Gustav Lübcke museum in Hamm impresses with its widespread collections and the impressive modern building housing them.
Exhibits cover a wide range of topics. The Egyptian art collection began over one hundred years ago with the donation of a mummified woman in a sarcophagus. And the history of Hamm is dealt with in all its facets covering development over the past four hundred years.
Applied arts and painting of the twentieth century are shown as are earlier works, while the museum of art and cultural history offers treasures and works from many important areas.
The coin collection rounds off the museum.