Explore interesting sights in Meersburg, 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 10 sights are available in Meersburg, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Meersburg
1. Mariä Heimsuchung
The parish church of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary is a Roman Catholic church building in Meersburg on Lake Constance. The church is located in the north of the old town, on Stettener Straße. Together with the parish of St. Martin in Seefelden and St. Jodokus in Immenstaad, the parish forms the pastoral care unit Meersburg in the deanery of Linzgau in the Archdiocese of Freiburg. The pilgrimage church of Mary of Mount Carmel in Baitenhausen and the chapels of St. Martin in Daisendorf and St. Peter and Paul in Stetten are affiliated to it as branch churches.
2. Vineum Bodensee
The vineum bodensee is a museum of the city of Meersburg and presents the cultural history of wine in Meersburg and on Lake Constance. It is located at Vorburggasse 11 in Meersburg's upper town and was opened on 29 July 2016. The building is a former Holy Spirit Hospital, where the physician and magnetizer Franz Anton Mesmer died in 1815. The vineum bodensee is completely supported by the city of Meersburg and is assigned to the Department of Culture & Museum. The vineum bodensee is barrier-free.
The Zeppelin Museum Meersburg was founded in 1989 as a private collection by Heinz Urban and houses components, uniforms, letters, inventory, menus and books from the time of the Zeppelins from 1900 to 1937 in the basement of an old building in Meersburg, Schloßplatz 8, at the connecting staircase between Steigstraße and Meersburg Castle. So far, about 15,000 exhibits, 80% of them technical parts, have been collected.
4. Burg Meersburg
Meersburg Castle, also known as the Alte Burg, in Meersburg on Lake Constance in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, is considered to be one of the oldest inhabited castles in Germany. The central tower was first built during the 7th century, though the original structure is no longer visible. Burg Meersburg is known as the old castle, in the reference to the neighboring 18th century New Castle.
5. Kriegsgräberstätte Lerchenberg
The German War Cemetery Meersburg-Lerchenberg is a military cemetery on the Höhenweg between Meersburg and Hagnau for 69 German soldiers of the First World War. They died during their treatment as interned wounded or during the exchange of seriously wounded German prisoners of war for seriously wounded French and English prisoners of war in neutral, humanitarian Switzerland.
6. Wallfahrtskirche Baitenhausen
The Roman Catholic pilgrimage church of Baitenhausen is located at an altitude of almost 500 m above the village centre of Baitenhausen, a district of Meersburg in the Lake Constance district. She carries the patronage of Mary to Mount Carmel. It belongs to the Meersburg pastoral care unit in the Linzgau deanery of the Archdiocese of Freiburg.
The Schlosskirche in Meersburg is a baroque church located in the left part of the New Palace and has been used as a Protestant parish church since 1864. The state of Baden-Württemberg, as the legal successor of the Grand Duchy of Baden, is the owner of the New Palace and the Castle Church.
8. Erdwälle Burg Schiggendorf
Schiggendorf Castle (German: Burg Schiggendorf) is a ruined hilltop castle in wooded terrain on the Schloßberg promontory, 400 metres south-southwest of today's Schiggendorf district of the town of Meersburg in the Lake Constance district (Baden-Württemberg).
9. Droste-Museum im Fürstenhäusle
10. Neues Schloss
The Neues Schloss Meersburg is located in Meersburg near Lake Constance in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. From its construction in 1750 until the bishopric was dissolved in 1803 it was the seat of the Prince-Bishop of Constance.
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