Browse Points of Interest in Germany

Our collection of points of interests in Germany points out special highlights for your Germany trip. Be sure to visit a few of these during your Germany vacation.

Goethe House and Museum

Visit the birthplace and childhood home of Germany's most important writer, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832). With its period furniture and old paintings, the late Baroque bourgeois house still harbors the spirit of this period. Goethe’s parent’s… [ + ] More Details

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Imperial City Museum

The former Dominican nunnery convent houses the collections of Rothenburg's arts and culture. Paintings, sculptures and furniture from nine centuries as well as a section of medieval Jewish life and archeological findings are to be seen here. Particularly… [ + ] More Details

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Doll and Toy Museum

The largest private collection of its kind in Germany. Enjoy more than 800 dolls, produced by French and German specialists of the past 200 years, as well as doll houses, chambers, kitchens, and shops, furnished with all of the precious things that… [ + ] More Details

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German Christmas Museum

Discover the history of this family celebration on more than 2750 square feet. Highlights include Christmas tree ornaments from different areas and a unique exhibition of historic Father Christmas figures from the 19th and 20th century.

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The Master Builder's House (das Baumeisterhaus)

The Master Builder's House (das Baumeisterhaus)
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This house, which is probably Rothenburg's loveliest patrician residence, was built in 1596 for the city's Master Builder and demonstrates both the wealth and tastefully cultivated livestyle of the time. Dragon-shaped volutes soften the rigidity of… [ + ] More Details

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The Medieval Crime Museum (Kriminalmuseum)

The Medieval Crime Museum (Kriminalmuseum)
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The only museum of its kind in Europe, the Kriminalmuseum is housed in a structure built in 1395 for the Order of the Johanniter, who cared for the sick. The building was redone in 1718 in the baroque style; it's the only example of baroque architecture… [ + ] More Details

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The City Councillors' Tavern (die Ratstrinkstube)

The City Councillors' Tavern (1446) (die Ratstrinkstube) - is indeed one of the most famous buildings in Rothenburg. It was accessible only to the city councillors. Especially noteworthy are the various clocks. The main clock was installed in 1683.… [ + ] More Details

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Prinzregententheater Theatre and Opera House

Prinzregententheater Theatre and Opera House
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The Prinzregententheater is a beautiful theatre and opera house that opened in 1901. It was named in honor of Luitpold, prince regent of Bavaria (1821-1912) and was built to showcase the operas of Richard Wagner. There is also a theater academy which… [ + ] More Details

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Market at Wiener Platz (Wiener Markt)

Market at Wiener Platz (Wiener Markt)
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The Wiener Markt is a daily food market at Wiener Platz in the center of the Haidhausen district of Munich. Here you can stock up on all the foods for your everyday needs.and browse local shops where you can buy delicacies and specialties.

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Bavarian National Museum

Bavarian National Museum
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The Bavarian National Museum is one of Europe's major art and cultural history museums. It was founded by king Maximilian II of Bavaria in 1855 and houses a large collection of European artifacts from the late antiquity until early 20th century. The… [ + ] More Details

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