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For me in general, entire Tübingen looks and feels like being in a fairytale. Holderlin's Tower is a small musem, but really nice with a piano inside and nice art works. It offers beautiful views to the river and the Neckar Island. And this house...More
The house is really pretty from the outside/river. I only went inside as I had a voucher to get in for free. I'm glad I didn't pay. There wasn't really anything inside- most rooms were quite bare with not much stuff in. You could only...More
I was expecting to know more about Holderling. Instead, I got only a few facts about him and a bunch of photos of some elderly people. Seems like it was a nursing home before they made a museum out of it. If you are interested...More
This is a tiny, two-floor museum with a corridor, three rooms and a rotunda - a famous yellow tower with a pointed roof. The small number of exhibits are annotated in German without translations, but an English pamphlet can be obtained from the front desk....More
You may want to visit the Museum of Hoelderlin in the building, but the most exciting is to take a photo of the Tower (and Museum) either from the Neckar bridge, or from the walking Alley opposite of the tower. For Tuebingen it is a...More
They make you sit on opposite sides to balance the weight. And you have back rests so that we can relax as we move. The boatsmen even taught us to navigate the boat with the pole. It was really exciting.