Friedrichshafen Vacations & Travel Packages!
An industrial city on the northern shoreline of Lake Constance in southern Germany, Friedrichshafen is the district capital of the Bodensee district in the federal state of Baden-Wurttemberg. The city has one of the longest waterfront promenades of any town along the lake. Tourist can visit some fine museums and can also enjoy recreational activities such as cycling, climbing, canoeing, and zeppelin flights.
Places of Interest in Friedrichshafen
Opened in 2009, Dornier Museum is located next to Friedrichshafen. The museum boasts wonderful architect and features almost 400 exhibits including 12 original aircraft and 7 exhibits from space travel. The museum celebrates the history of aviation and aerospace.
Making visitors experience school days, Schulmuseum showcases how schools developed and how classrooms looked like in 19th century. There are historic teaching materials and immaculate exhibits such as old slate pencil boxes and the big cardboard cones filled with sweets. Visitors can also try writing on slates on the two-seater school bench.
Presenting the world's largest collection on the subject of airship history, travel, and construction, Zeppelin Museum is located in the historic harbor station building. Under the same roof of the museum, visitors can also visit a significant collection of art dating from the late Middle Ages to the present day.