The new tractor museum in Gebhardsweiler was opened at the end of March 2013. A world of experiences for the whole family was created on more than 10,000 square meters. Including more than 150 tractors from all epochs and workshops of old trades, its own restaurant and an evant room of about 700 square meters, the museum offers a varied exhibition landscape of the visitors. Since springtime 2017, the museum has additionally accommodated old cars, motorbikes and caravans. The exhibits come from the collection of the 'Pope of cars' Fritz B.Busch.
Zeppelin museum - Zeppelin flight
In the Zeppelin museum in Friedrichshafen, you can see the most extensive and important collection on the history and technology of the Zeppelin worldwide.
The circular trail leads you on the appr. 20 hectares large openair enclosure through the home resort of about 200 Barbary apes living in the wild. The apes may be fed with the popcorn (gratis) especially prepared for them. In addition, there is a stork colony, fallow deer, a pond and, of course, a playground and a restaurant at Affenberg.
….. the name already speaks for itself: play, play, play! Either Memory from the helicopter or searching for a treasure in the crazy labyrinth, or, or …. Everybody will have fun.
The two climbing centres count among the most beautiful popular climbing destinations in the region of the Lake Constance. The high wire climbing centre in Immenstaad offers everything what a climber needs to be happy. Tours in different degrees of difficulty as well as special kid trails for children from 3 years.
The pilgrimage church Birnau is a baroque church dedicated to Mary which is located at the north shore of the Lake Constance between the towns Nußdorf and UhldingenMühlhofen in BadenWürttemberg.
Salem - Schloß Salem
Palace, fire brigade museum, cooper, glassworks, adventure playground, swimming in the palace lake.
island of flowers in the Lake Constance with parks, gardens, orchid houses, palm tree houses, butterfly house, concerts, a large playground and animals. UNESCO world heritage.
The HumpisQuartier is one of the bestpreserved residential quarters from the Late Middle Ages in South Germany. The ensemble acquired its present form from the longdistance trade family Humpis in the 15th century. The museum is a remarkable place where urban cultural history from the 11th to the 21st century can be experienced emotionally and authentically. Seven buildings wait for you with their exhibitions, events and pedagogical offers.