Permanent exhibition on the history and technology of airship navigation
The world's largest exhibition on the history and technology of airships is presented on 4,000 square metres. One of the most outstanding exhibits is the 33 m long, original and walk-in reconstruction of part of the LZ 129 Hindenburg. In it, a transatlantic journey from the past can be relived. In the individual departments, visitors learn interesting facts about the various types of construction, take-off and landing procedures, aerodynamics and navigation, and civil and military use of the airships.
Summer: May through October: daily 9 am to 5 pm
Winter November through April: Tuesday to Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
In wintertime, the museum is closed on Mondays. Mondays coinciding with public holidays or bridge days are exceptions. Closed on Christmas Eve (Dec 24) and Christmas Day (Dec 25), on New Year´s Eve open until 3.00 pm, on New Year´s Day open from 11.00 am until 5 pm.
Adults € 11
Children € 6
Reduced € 7
Updated: January 12, 2021
Take the train to Friedrichshafen Stadt station and continue on foot to the museum.
By car to the city centre of Friedrichshafen
Several multi-storey car parks are available in the centre of Friedrichshafen.