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Rothenburg Town History Museum in the Thirty Years’ War – Since 1966, our small but fine museum has presented an impressive depiction of the situation of the city during the Thirty Years’ War. The focus is on u.a. the legendary events surrounding...more
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Marktplatz 1 | Atrium Hall, 91541, Rothenburg, Bavaria, Germany
Beautiful old historical town. Great for walks, hikes and full of running trails along the Tauber River. Great hospitality from local. Ace sic everywhere! Houses are built into the fortress walls. The fortress has been restored and you can take a walk along the surveillance...More
We stopped in Rothenburg overnight on our way to Salzburg (Austria) and decided to take half a day to visit the town. Rothenburg is truly a medieval gem and offers a feast to the eye wherever you look in the old town: cobbled roads, rows...More
I was so excited when I walked by the entrance to this museum and discovered that it was open earlier than my guidebook said. It is a small museume with about 8 rooms filled with little snippets of the history of the town to include...More
Many old items and some replicas on display. A good place to get a quick orientation
to the history of Rothenburg and to see how people lived centuries ago. The dungeon and cells were eye-opening. Not a bad place to go for 30-45 minute visit.
Christmas shop, crime punishment museum,the shame masks were brilliant one for every thing going, walk along along the wall see the town and lovely old houses, went and tried local cake schneeball (snowball) fried dough with different fillings must say acquired taste, but if your...More
Liked most reviews published, the town is worthwhile exploring its historical resources,
Plenty of beautiful natural and historical scenery...
however, it's recommendable to remove the town inside car park areas in order to enhance visual pollution