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Glockenmuseum Stiftskirche Herrenberg
The bell tower housing most of the bells
Established1990 (1990)
LocationKirchgasse 7, Herrenberg, Germany
Coordinates48°35′49″N 8°52′16″E / 48.596815°N 8.871009°E / 48.596815; 8.871009
TypeBell museum
OwnerVerein zur Erhaltung der Stiftskirche Herrenberg e.V.

The Glockenmuseum Stiftskirche Herrenberg English: Museum of Bells in the Collegiate Church of Herrenberg) is a museum in the bell tower of Herrenberg's main church. More than 35 of the bells in the collection are still in use, some of them are more than 1,000 years old. There is also a Carillon with 50 bells.[1][2]

It is the most extensive collection of bells that are still in use in the world.[1][2]

Guided tours are given, in English and German.[1][2]


For high quality zoomable 360°-pictures of the exposition visit

The "Stiftskirche" with its bell tower housing the Glockenmuseum Stiftskirche Herrenberg

See also


  1. ^ a b c "Stiftskirche Herrenberg |Glockenmuseum mit besonderem Profil". 2014-06-20. Retrieved 2016-11-01.
  2. ^ a b c "Herrenberg Bell Museum". Retrieved 2016-11-01.

48°35′49″N 8°52′16″E / 48.5969°N 8.8710°E / 48.5969; 8.8710