Zeppelin flights - most beautiful way to fly
With the take-off of the first Zeppelin airship on 2 July 1900 a new era started in Friedrichshafen leaving a lasting impact on the town. About a 100 years after the first “flying giants“ the Zeppelin era was continued with the Zeppelin NT cruising over the Lake Constance region since 2001. Today, 14 different routes are on offer with a flight duration between 30 minutes and 2 hours. A view from above, smoothly and gently along the Alps, over towns and cultural landscapes - a unique flight adventure from a bird's eye view. Large panorama windows provide an impressive view from every seat. Enjoy a unique flying experience. Reservation required.
Information and Reservation: Tourist-Information Friedrichshafen, Tel. +49 7541 20355444 or
Deutsche Zeppelin-Reederei, Tel. +49 7541 59000, zeppelin-nt.de/en/
Situated in the historic harbour station building, this museum presents the world’s largest collection on the subject of airship history, construction and travel. In the listed Bauhaus architecture of the Zeppelin Museum, there is over 4,000 sqm of exhibition space and about 1500 exhibits to discover, amongst which is reconstruction of part of the LZ 129 Hindenburg in its original size, with authentically-fitted, walkable passenger areas.
The art collection comprises the most significant artists of South Germany from medieval to modern times. Otto Dix and Max Ackermann were pioneers of the 20th century art. These artists play a key role in the collection. This unique collection is presented in temporary, non-permanent presentations. In addition to the permanent exhibition, the museum offers guided tours and workshops, changing exhibitions and the Open House series which clearly convey the themes of the museum.
Opening hours: May to Oct, daily 9am - 5pm, Nov to Apr, Tues to Sun 10am - 5pm