What to do on Rainy Days

Although our region is lucky enough to have a slightly warmer climate than other parts of the country, we still get our fair share of showers and sometimes thunderstorms. Thankfully there’s a lot to do while waiting for sun to come out again.

Hops Museum, Tettnang, (approx. 19 km)

In three historic buildings a modern hop-growing business meets a lovingly designed museum.

Zeppelin Museum, Friedrichshafen (approx. 25 km)

Unique in Germany, the museum houses the world’s largest collection on airship travel. Constantly changing special exhibition.

Dornier Museum, Friedrichshafen (approx. 25 km)

Located next to the Bodensee Airport, the key message of the Dornier Aviation and Aerospace Museum, Friedrichshafen, is that anyone can become a pioneer.

Lufti, Liebenau (approx. 20 km)

Indoor game and leisure park for children with play stations spread over more than 2,500 sq meters. No time to get bored – regardless of the weather.


Natural History Museum “inatura“, Dornbirn (approx. 27 km)

Visit Dornbirn’s unique natural history museum in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg. All aspects of animate and inanimate natural life can be examined at first hand through state-of-the-art multi-media presentations.
The “inatura” offers families insights into everything to do with the wonders of nature, man and technology.


Busch Automobile Museum, Wolfegg (ca. 35 km)

With around 200 exhibits of cars, motor cycles, tractors and caravans, one of the largest private automobile museums in Germany.

Ravensburger Museum, Ravensburg (approx. 38 km)

A treasure trove of suprises! Enter the world of Ravensburg games and puzzles. How is a game created and why does one puzzle piece fit another? In the interactive museum, engross yourself in the world of games or join a guided tour through the three floors of the museum which takes you on a journey through the past and present of the famous game and puzzle brand.

Meersburg Castle (approx 42 km)

The castle’s distincitive appearance has made it the landmark of the region. A visit to its museum is an unforgettable experience.

Sea Life, Constance (approx 53 km)

Take the ferry across to Constance and experience the natural habitat water in the vast aquarium centre right on the lakeside with more than 3,000 fish and aquatic animals in over 30 fascinating tanks.


Erwin Hymer Museum, Bad Waldsee (approx. 57 km)

Around the world in 80 caravans and mobile homes. The Erwin Hymer Museum invites guests to a unique discovery tour through the history, past and present, of travelling with a mobile home. Get to know the cultural-historical background of mobile home travelling as well as the technology from the point of view of the traveller. The museum, spread over 6,000 sq m of permanent exhibition on two floors, is interactive with multivision shows as well as a restaurant inviting you to a culinary journey around the world.

School Museum, Friedrichshafen (23 km)

The School Museum in the Friedrich Strasse 14 is one of Germany’s largest of ist kind. On three floors it presents the history of the school in Germany.


Play House (Spielhäusle) Kressbronn (approx. 7 km)

This brightly-coloured, little play house in the town of Kressbronn (Seestrasse) is a great attraction for children up to 12 years - especially when the weather’s bad. Kids from Kressbronn as well as those on holiday can play every day to their hearts’ content while parents look on or enjoy coffee and cake and a chat.


The “inatura” offers families insights into everything to do with the wonders of nature, man and technology:

inatura Dornbirn