There’s an Easter Egg Museum (Ostereimuseum) near Stuttgart, Germany, specifically in the town of Sonnenbühl. The museum itself was founded in 1993 to offer tourists something to do when not skiing. Luckily, a number of nearby private egg collections were offered to the museum, which now has over 900 eggs. The ground floor is full of egg holders and chicken statues, while the second floor concentrates on eggs as a work of art. During the Easter festival, artists from all over the world come to the museum to display their colorful eggs. The picture shows an ostrich egg decorated with giraffes. But of course!
Thanks to Jenni Fuchs for pointing out that Easter eggs originate from Germany. And here I thought they came from the local drug store/chemist’s shop.