Zeppelin Museum

The Zeppelin Museum "Technology and Art" in the port railwaystation has on display not only the largest collection concerning the history of airship aviation, but is also home to an important collection of art dating from the late Middle Ages to the present day.

Situated in the historic harbour station building this museum presents the world‘s largest collection on the subject of airship history, construction and travel. Under the same roof you can visit an important collection of art dating from the late Middle Ages to the present day.

The main attraction is the 33 m long reconstruction of part of LZ 129 Hindenburg in its original size, which visitors can board just as the original passengers did in the 30‘s. The authentically fitted passenger rooms give an impression of how people travelled during the period of the “silver giants”. Two entire storeys of the Zeppelin Museum are dedicated to different aspects of Zeppelin history and technology. In addition to the permanent exhibition the museum organizes special events as well as temporary exhibitions.

Contact

Zeppelin Museum
Seestraße 22
88045 Friedrichshafen
Phone +49 7541 38010

http://www.zeppelin-museum.de
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Opening hours
May to October: daily 9am - 5pm November to April: Tuesday to Sunday 10am - 5pm