Lübeck Travel Guide includes Hearing- Aid Museum as Sightseeing Tip
The „111 Places in Lübeck, that you should not miss“ travel guide recommends a visit to the Hearing-Aid Museum on the Campus Hearing Acoustics. As an insider tip for Lübeck explorers, it is placed with sightseeing classics such as the Holsten Gate, the Buddenbrookhaus and the old city center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In the emons publishing house latest Lübeck edition of the city trip travel guide „111 Places“, authors Alexandra and Jobst Schlennstedt recommend the extensive collection at the Hearing-Aid Museum, which counts among the largest worldwide. They do not only report on how hearing aids and measuring methods have developed over the course of centuries, but also about the Campus Hearing Acoustic as central federal training institution for the Hearing Acoustic craft.
In their travel guide, which is structured according to local districts, the authors from central and southern Germany take you on a discovery tour of the Campus Hearing Acoustics in district St. Jürgen, where visitors can marvel at several thousand exhibits. Some of which date back to the 18th Century.
On school days, the museum is open to the public free of charge. Upon request, guided tours can be organized. Just call a few days ahead at telephone number: 0451/50290. Further information and a small preview of selected exhibits from various eras can be found on the homepage.