Kulturangebot in Immenstadt, Allgäu

Cultural Experiences

in Immenstadt im Allgäu

Discover the cultural side of Immenstadt im Allgäu while you are camping in the Oberallgäu. Immenstadt is the oldest town in the Oberallgäu; apart from historical sights, there are also modern cultural events to discover.
 

The Immenstädter Sommer

Make use of the summer while you camp in the Oberallgäu and visit one of the countless open-air events at the Alpsee. Concerts, book readings or comedy shorten the lukewarm summer nights in a unique setting. You can find more information about the events on our website under Events & News or at the Tourismusverband (TVB) Immenstadt

 

Bergbauern Museum

The Bergbauernmuseum in Diepolz-Immenstadt brings children and adults closer to life on a farm. In exhibitions, adventure workshops, herb garden and beekeeping there is plenty to discover. Livestock and farm tigers live in the Bergbauernmuseum, though not only to be looked at, but also as egg, milk and honey producers and as natural lawn mowers. The little ones can have fun in the play forest, the adventure playground and the water construction site.

 

Museum Hofmühle

From the founding of the city of Immenstadt in medieval times up to the age of the computer: this is the range of the museum. It picks out anecdotes and throws spotlights on the centuries. The museum is not overwhelming and it invites you to participate, especially in the section "Immenstadt in the Industrial Age". Covering more than 1000 m² of exhibition space, the Hofmühle is a zone for explorers, for little and big ones! Apart from the permanent exhibition, the Heimatverein Immenstadt, as museum sponsor, presents interesting special exhibitions and also organizes cultural evenings - a pleasant atmosphere for regional art.

 

Burgruine Laubenbergerstein

The mountain castle was founded already in the 12th century by the Bishops of Augsburg, and a ministerialis was posted there. Probably this defense structure was supposed to protect the important crossing of the Iller and the toll station belonging to it. After the Laubenbergers moved into the newly built castle Rauhenzell, the castle Laubenbergerstein was empty from 1559 onwards and fell into ruins more and more over the centuries. With actors, music and dance, the yearly Burgfest (castle festival) takes place in the summer.