8 Sights in Friedrichshafen, Germany (with Map and Images)
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Explore interesting sights in Friedrichshafen, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Friedrichshafen, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Friedrichshafen
1. SchlosskircheBook Ticket*
The Evangelical-Lutheran Castle Church is located at the end of Klosterstraße in Friedrichshafen and on the Bodensee-Rundweg and is an important building along the Upper Swabian Baroque Road. Its two 55 m high towers are a striking landmark of the city of Friedrichshafen. At the time of its construction in 1702, it was the largest Baroque church building on Lake Constance.
The School Museum at Friedrichstraße 14 in Friedrichshafen is one of the largest school museums in Germany. It shows the history of the school in Germany on three floors. A special feature of the museum are the three original classrooms from 1850, 1900 and 1930, which were saved from demolition from old schoolhouses and were built into the museum rooms. In the classrooms you can take a seat in the benches, experience for yourself how the equipment has changed over the centuries and try out some things, for example writing on slates. In addition, there are themed rooms such as the punishment room, the collection of teaching materials and a room on the school under National Socialism. Annual temporary exhibitions show news from the history of childhood.
3. Hüni-Leuthold zu Ehren
Hüni GmbH + Co. KG is a tannery founded in 1859 by Hans Heinrich Hüni in Friedrichshafen. In the course of its history, the sixth-generation family business has specialized in coatings with organic plastics and, under the brand name Proco plastic coatings, offers surface and corrosion protection in almost all areas of process engineering throughout Europe. It is Germany's oldest company for plastic coatings and the first and oldest industrial company in the city of Friedrichshafen.
4. Zeppelin Museum
The Zeppelin Museum Friedrichshafen is a museum in Friedrichshafen in Germany, the birthplace of the Zeppelin airship. The museum houses the largest collection on airship travel in the world, and chronicles the history of the Zeppelin airships. In addition, it is the only museum in Germany that combines technology and art. The museum has been in its current location at the Hafenbahnhof since it was reopened in 1996. The exhibition was designed by HG Merz.
5. Schussen - Grillhaus am See
The Motorfähre Schussen was a railway and automobile ferry on Lake Constance, which was used from 1929 to 1983 on the ferry line between Friedrichshafen and Romanshorn. After the retirement of the ferry, the superstructures were set up ashore and serve as the clubhouse of the Segel-Motorboot-Club Friedrichshafen.
6. St. Gangolf
The parish church of St. Gangolf is the Roman Catholic parish church of the Friedrichshafen district of Kluftern. It belongs to the pastoral care unit (SE) Markdorf in the Deanery Linzgau of the Archdiocese of Freiburg. The patron saint of the church is Saint Gangolf, whose feast day is 11 May.
7. Dornier Museum Friedrichshafen
The Dornier Museum Friedrichshafen is an aerospace museum located in the German town of Friederichshafen near Lake Constance. The museum exhibits the aircraft designs of Claude Dornier, the Dornier company and aerospace products of Airbus.
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8. St. Nikolaus
The Catholic Church of St. Nicholas is a cultural monument and stands in the Schanzstraße or at the Adenauerplatz of the city of Friedrichshafen. Due to its proximity to Lake Constance, its bell tower is a landmark of the city.
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