3. Friedrichshafen: Zeppelin Museum Entry Ticket
Embark on a journey to discover life innovations in technology and art at Zeppelin Museum. The museum owes its name to the airships developed by Graf Zeppelin in Friedrichshafen at Lake Constance dedicated to innovative processes in technology, art, and society, and houses two collections. Experience the world's largest collection of airships and the "Lighter than Air" innovation. Enter the replica passenger areas of the partially reconstructed LZ 129 Hindenburg and get a feel for what it would have been like to travel in the air aboard this luxury liner. Admire large technical objects, fragments of airships such as skeletons, propellers, nacelles, elevator motors, or gears. Discover construction documents, technical drawings, posters, postcards, newspapers, photos or documents of aerophilately, and much more. Find a large collection of works of art from the Middle Ages and the Baroque period. During the Third Reich, Lake Constance became a refuge for leading avant-garde artists such as Otto Dix, Max Ackermann, Erich Heckel, and Willi Baumeister. These artists form another focal point of the art collection.