Family and Kids in Rothenburg

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Marien-apotheke

    Family and Kids

    This actually is a pharmacy, that has been supplying Rothenburg and its guest with everything related to health care, since 1812. The actual name of the building is – Jagstheimerhaus. The then mayor, Jagstheimerhaus, built it in 1448 in the immediate vicinity of the meat and dance house. It was visited by many prominent guests. The most famous guest being the Emperor Maximilian I. The leg...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    St. Johannis Kirche

    Family and Kids

    This is one of the few Roman Catholic churches in the predominantly Protestant embossed Rothenburg. The church was originally from the branch of St John up to 1200th. In 1400 approximately the church was designed in the late Gothic style from scratch, taking present form. Between 1600-1628, the west gallery and the attic for the most urban granaries ausgebautwas installed.Die Steinmeyer organ d...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Toppler Castle

    Family and Kids

    Built in 1388 partly, the Toppler Castle was partly a residence and partly a defense tower. It was the home of Rothenburg’s legendary mayor, Heinrich Toppler. Fully intact even today, the building is furnished with items from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Located in the Tauber Valley, the castle can be accessed via the Double Bridge or Barbarossa Bridge, by just about a 30 minutes&rsquo...Read more
  4. Amazing Rothenburg attraction for kids
    Johannisbrunnen

    Family and Kids

    This is another fountain in the many fountains of Rothenburg. It is on the way to the Marktplatz, located next to the St. John's church. It was rebuilt in 1716 to adapt its image as‘the main fountain of Rothenburg’. The Johannis fountain has been adding to its immediate surroundings with water and inspires visitors and locals with its ornaments since 1607. On the fountain column sit...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Spitalviertel

    Family and Kids

    This is like another small town within itself. A church with a courtyard is how this place can be described as.In the evening, the courtyard has a special blog, when all tourists have left and the streetlights are burning The Church is a part of the Holy Spirit hospital complex. The complex has a variety of buildings that were built outside the city walls on the so-called Cap tip in about 1280,...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Rothenburg
    Burgtorturm

    Family and Kids

    This is the City Tower, and as per its name is located in the southern part of the town. It has ring of fortifications encircling it. This is a comfortable place to climb, for a good view at the fortress gallery after visiting the dearest city garden. A great place to spend an evening and meet co-travelers. Enjoy the panoramic views from here, as you adore the southern views of the town dwellin...Read more
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Leyk Lotos-garten

    Garden

    This spectacular garden was built over six years with intense work that turned 5,000 square meters of grounds into a magnificently laid out Asian style garden. Charmingly located on a gentle slope the garden has a pathway running right through it alongside streams and passed ponds. In the center of the garden is an authentic looking Japanese tea house with a characteristic pagoda style roof, ro...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Heilig Geist Kirche

    Family and Kids

    Rothenburg clearly has a lot to see in the town! This is a part of the Holy Spirit Hospital complex. It was built in 1280 and was originally laid outside the smaller town wall ring. The special feature of this Protestant church is the tabernacle, that dates back to 1390.If you looking for some peace and an opportunity to stop and pray, this charming church is the perfect setting. The inner cour...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    Der Pulverturm

    Family and Kids

    This is the powder tower of Rothenburg, that stored powders for defense forces, during war. It has a large car park too. Unlike other towers, this tower cannot be ventured from the inside. Most of the coaches traveling across the Romantic Road and that bring tourists to the town of Rothenburg, drop and pick them from this point. This is the gateway to the charming medieval town, and vehicles be...Read more
  10. One of the awesome things children enjoy the most
    Die Rossmuhle

    Family and Kids

    Previously a horse mill, this is a tourist attraction today. Given its unusual architecture, especially the roof on this solid building where you can see the 400-year-old linden tree.The entire town got its grains milled from here,up to 16 horses powered the mill wheel. There is an information stand next to the mill in here, which describes the whole process in detailed and drawings. The main b...Read more
  11. The best option for younger visitors
    Castle Garden

    Garden

    The enchanting garden of the Rothenburg Castle offers a magnificent view of the southern part of the town, the Tuber Valley, Double Bridge and the Kobolzeller Church. The garden boasts of the geometrically designed flower beds depicting the 18th and 19th-century style. Eight sandstone figures are set up that represent the four seasons and four elements. The castle garden also has a memorial ded...Read more
  12. A place where kids enjoy and have fun
    Franziskanerkirche

    Family and Kids

    The Franziskanerkirche is a former convent of the Franciscans in Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Bavaria, it is also Lutheran parish today. Founded in 1281, by Hermann von Hornburg, mayor and others,it is believed to be consecrated by Virgin Mary. It was reformed in 1548. Some parts of the monastery were voluntarily abandoned, which further became a grammar school, later housed as an apartment for ...Read more
  13. A place perfect for families with kids
    Burgtor

    Garden

    The Burgtor (Castle Gate) was built after the Castle at Rothenburg was destroyed in an earthquake in 1356. There two round buildings at the entrance, which were built before 1600. One was the former guard house and the other was the customs house where travelers entering the town from the Tauber valley had to pay a toll. The Rothenburg Castle was built around 1142 in the Burg garden. One of the...Read more
  14. A favorite place to take the kids in the city
    Deutsches Weihnachtsmuseum

    Family and Kids

    One can find here not only unusual and rare Christmas decorations from the 19th and the early 20th centuries but also “favorites” on the Christmas Tree, decorations which may have been in existence for over 100 years but have not lost any of their original popularity. You can actually experience Christmas here, all year around! Enjoy a delightful atmosphere of enchanting Christmas t...Read more
  15. It's just one of those places to visit and hang out
    Plonlein

    Family and Kids

    The city postcard, a must-see and the most photographed attraction of the town, is the triangular intersection of two streets in Rothenburg, with the famous house. This indeed is the most mesmerizing view within the town. Set on a cobbled street, timber houses on both sides with windows holding beautiful flowering plants. As real as experiencing a live painting! Enjoy walking around this place ...Read more