The Celtic Museum is a clearly contoured and distinct volume, blending in with the surrounding landscape. Partly inserted into the slope, it projects itself towards the burial mound. Its vital function as an element of the landscape, the museum building amplifies the burial mound’s leading role. The construction of the modern museum building started in the summer of 2008. Corten steel plates clad the building, which pushes out from the slope of the Glauberg like a kind of telescope peeking out into the past.