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Holidays at the Alpsee with Cultural Highlights

Experience History when Spending Active Holidays in Bavaria

Discover the cultural side of Immenstadt while on holiday at the Alpsee. Your active holiday in Bavaria can be more than just nature experience and outdoors exercise. It can also enrich you in cultural terms. Immenstadt is the oldest town in the Upper Allgäu and that shows in many places. Explore the historical sights, visit one of the modern cultural events and spend a holiday in the Alpsee region that impressively combines nature, wellness, art and culture.

  • Immenstadt Summer

During your active holiday in Bavaria, take advantage of the cultural offerings and visit one of the numerous open-air events at the Alpsee. Concerts, book readings or comedy performances enliven the warm summer nights during your holiday at the Alpsee in a unique setting. You can find out more about the events under the menu item "News" or from the TVB Immenstadt.

  • Mountain Farmers Museum

The Mountain Farm Museum in Diepolz-Immenstadt brings children and adults closer to life on the farm. There is much to discover in the showrooms, adventure workshops, herb garden and beekeeping. Farm animals and farm tigers live in the mountain farm museum, not only for viewing but also as egg, milk and honey providers and as natural lawnmowers. The little ones are entertained by the play forest, adventure playground and water construction site.

  • Museum Hofmühle

The museum's spectrum ranges from the medieval foundation of Immenstadt to the computer age. It picks out anecdotes and sheds light on the centuries. The Hofmühle Museum on your holiday at the Alpsee does not overload you, but it does encourage you to get involved, especially in the section "Immenstadt in the Industrial Age". With over 1,000 m² of exhibition space, the Hofmühle is a zone for young and old discoverers alike! In addition to the permanent exhibition, the Heimatverein Immenstadt, as the museum's sponsor, presents interesting special exhibitions and also organizes cultural evenings - a harmonious atmosphere for regional art during your active holiday in Bavaria.

  • Laubenbergerstein Castle Ruins

The hilltop castle was probably founded as early as the 12th century by the bishops of Augsburg and occupied by a ministerial. The fortification was probably intended to protect the important Iller crossing and the associated customs station. After the Laubenbergs moved to the newly built Rauhenzell Castle, the castle stood empty from 1559 and visibly deteriorated in the centuries that followed. With showmen, music and dancing, an annual castle festival takes place in summer, a real highlight of your holiday at Lake Alpsee.