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In Zeppelin Museum guests can discover around 1500 exhibits on 4000m² exhibition space. The museum houses the world's largest collection on the history and technology of aviation, a walkable model of the LZ 129 Hindenburg and an art collection that...more
This museum is so open about Germany's history in the First World War, the Second World War and the Cold War. It hides from nothing yet leaves it up to the audience to have whatever opinions they want about anything - it gives no judgements...More
This is an interesting museum in the centre of Freidrikshaven and tells the story of the airship with a very realistic mock up of the inside of the Hindenburg. It’s in German obviously but some of the info panels are translated into English for the...More
The museum highlights the golden age of the airships. Count Zeppelin was an important person in this, and in Germany airships are simply known as Zeppeliners.
It is possible to experience part of this luxurious way of travel as a copy of part of the...More
Well what else one can do on a dreary Sunday when the weather isn't that great and the rest is closed for business, one goes for a museum visit. The Zeppelin Museum is a grand insight into the birth to the end of big airships...More
This museum has a lot of interesting exhibits about Zeppelins, and much more besides. On one hand you gain a genuine impression of the enormous size of them, and what it was like to travel on board. On the other, you get a tremendous amount...More
We wanted to combine a Bodensee boat cruise out of Lindau with a side excursion at a docking point, and of course we consulted TA for "Things to Do" at the various stops. This Museum was described as a leading attraction in Friedrichshafen, and was...More
We really enjoyed this museum and found it very interesting and informative. A lot of the information is also in English which was an added bonus. The recreation of the Hindenburg was exceptional and very well done. It was very reasonably priced and I would...More
I'm so glad a place like this exists. They've done a spectacular job covering the history of rigid airships using artifacts, models, and images. A good amount of the museum is devoted to the Hindenburg, and they have an amazing scale mock-up of parts of...More
Yes, the Zeppelin Museum is definitely kid friendly. They even supply some small items for kids such as cardboard "suitcases" with baggage tags to fill in by the kids themselves. Also the small section with... More
Yes, the Zeppelin Museum is definitely kid friendly. They even supply some small items for kids such as cardboard "suitcases" with baggage tags to fill in by the kids themselves. Also the small section with merchandising items, including toys of the period could be fun. The walk through a reconstructed section of a Zeppelin gives an idea how stylish wealthy people travelled at the time.