Vilseck Travel Tip:
Vogelturm Tower and First German Watchman's Museum
The Vogelturm is the town’s landmark and part of the old city wall. It was built in 1466, extended in 1568 and restored in 1994-1996. A small museum is contained within and various programs are offered throughout the year.
Hours: Open Friday - Sunday and holidays from 2pm - 5pm.
Admission: Adults 2 €, Concessions 1.50 €, Children up to 16 years .50 €.
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Address: Marktplatz 13, 92249 Vilseck
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