Destination FriedrichshafenDestination Friedrichshafen

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The Zeppelin Museum
A must-see for all aviation fans, the Zeppelin museum boasts the world’s largest selection of airships, including full-scale reconstruction of parts of the famous Hindenburg Zeppelin. Admission fee: 7,50 Euro
Address: Seestraße 22
Subway: Hafen
Phone: +49 (0)7541 3801-0

Zeppelin Well, Monument
Friedrichhafen’s Zeppelin Well was specially rebuilt in 2000 based on the original model of 1909, which had been destroyed in the Second World War. Close by lies the Zeppelin Monument, which commemorates Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin.
Address: Uferstrasse

Schulmuseum Friedrichshafen
This museum offers an insight into the development of German education, from the convent schools in the 800s to the those of the present day.
Address: Friedrichstrasse 14
Subway: St.Elisabeth/Werastraße

The Castle Church Of Friedrichshafen
The 55-metre high castle, made out of sandstone, is the town’s landmark. Built between 1695-1701, it is one of the best-known baroque-style buildings in the region. Call in advance to book a guided tour.
Address: Klosterstrasse
Subway: St. Elisabeth/Zeppelinstrasse
Phone: +49 (0)7541 2 13 08

The Castle Of Friedrichshafen
Originally built in 1654 as a monastery for the Benedictines of Weingarten, the castle today serves as the residence of Friedrich, Duke of Wuerttemberg.
Address: Schlossstrasse 1
Subway: St. Elisabeth/Zeppelinstrasse

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