is the theater of the urban district Pforzheim in Baden-Wuerttemberg.The theater is located in the capitol city, directly on the Enz.There are two performances for the different rooms available: The big hall with 511 seats and the podium, which provides space for 193 spectators.In addition to municipal theater theater performances are also operas, operettas, ballet, concerts and musicals instead.Moreover, the Pforzheim Baden Philharmonic (formerly Municipal Orchestra of Pforzheim) housed under the roof of the theater.Under the name of the Pforzheim Southwest cities opera ensemble since 1959, also occurs in non-theater cities in Baden-Wuerttemberg.
is an art museum in Pforzheim.The Municipal Gallery documents the work of artists from the region and southwestern Germany in selected examples.The succeeds in the Second World War, the defunct Municipal Gallery in Bohnenberger Schlössle on, off their stock solely Carl Spitzweg Picture was "The mineralogist." The painting is on display again today and is the prelude to a permanent exhibition, in which the relevant currents of the twentieth century, with examples of regional art are represented.Four to five exhibitions per year are devoted to younger artists, especially from the region, professors of the University of Pforzheim and nationally known artists with current issues.
Jewellery Museum Pforzheim
is a special museum on the history of jewelry. Building on the 19th Century-scale collections, the museum houses thousands of historic gems today: Originals from five millennia, with examples of prehistoric cultures before and jewelry to the present.Emphasis will be treasures of Greek and Etruscan-Roman antiquity, the Renaissance and Art Nouveau. Of great importance are the extensive ring collection and probably the unique collection of contemporary art jewelry. Also ethnographic jewelry and a collection of pocket watches can be seen. In addition, a department of the Museum of the history of the town Pforzheim as a center dedicated to the German jewelry and watch industry.There are regular temporary exhibitions of historical, ethnological and modern themes of the jewelry and the goldsmith's art.
is a cultural center in the city garden of Pforzheim.It was 1957-1961 by the renowned museum architects Manfred Lehmbruck (1913-1992), son of the sculptor Wilhelm Lehmbruck designed.A central foyer with free-floating staircase connects the individual block-shaped components. These house the Jewellery Museum Pforzheim and the Arts and Crafts Association Pforzheim.The house was named after the humanist Johannes Reuchlin (1455-1522), as the most important son of Pforzheim is named.The building was founded in 2002 and 2006 from the Stuttgart-based architectural firm hG Merz rebuilt and renovated.
Culture House Osterfeld
is a cultural center in the town of Pforzheim (Baden-Württemberg).It was on 2 September 1994 in Osterfeld building opened and is located in the former school in the country's largest public bathing, which was built by the then city architect Alfons core in the years 1904 to 1907.The building is a listed building.The Culture House Osterfeld's event and performance space, meeting place as well as cooperation partners for various organizations, clubs and associations from various areas of interest.It is publicly funded.Sponsors are the city of Pforzheim and the land of Baden-Wuerttemberg.Receives further support the Cultural Centre through its patrons.In the Culture House Osterfeld has more than 100,000 visitors and around 3,800 users at around 250 assignments and own public events in all artistic disciplines.
Brotzingen Valley Stadium
is the classical soccer stadium of the 1st FC Pforzheim soccer club of 1896, which was inaugurated in 1913.It accommodated a record number of "15.000 to 20.000" spectators on the occasion of the match between South Germany against Central Hungary in 1920.In the post-Second-World-War era it accommodated 12.000 spectators at the cup matches 1st FC Pforzheim - 1.FC Nuremberg (score 2:1 after extension; 1961) and 1st FCP - Werder Bremen (score 1:1 after extension; 1988).The soccer club (simply called the "club"), which during its history supplied the first national team captain and a total of eleven first league players, had to file for bankruptcy in February 2004 and for the first time in history is playing in the 5th league, i.e. the Soccer Association's Northern Baden League, during the 2004-05 season.In 1906, the club lost the final of the German Soccer Championship against VfB Leipzig 1:2 in Nuremberg.