Family and Kids in Rothenburg

  1. Visit to experience unparalleled fun for kids
    Reichsstadtmuseum

    Family and Kids

    The Imperial City Museum was a former Dominican nunnery convent since 1936, which was dissolved in 1544. Today it houses the collections of Rothenburg's arts and culture. Having a collection of more than 2,500 objects ofthe town since eight centuries, the Baumann Foundation was integrated in the museum since 1999. It shows the highest quality weapons, pottery, tin, modeling, castles and much mo...Read more
  2. A place for children with all kinds of interests
    Gerlachschmiede

    Family and Kids

    Gerlachschmiede, is one of the most beautiful half-timbered houses in Rothenburg, located between Röder- and Galgentor. It is an unusually shaped Renaissance era buildings. The forge is closed, since 1967 and has been in private hands since then. It is situated near the Town walls, and is in fact a great view from there. While walking down the East side. It is the last surviving craftsman'...Read more
  3. A guaranteed fun space for the kids
    Roderbrunnen

    Family and Kids

    One of the many beautiful streets in Rothenburg, Roderbrunnen too is a quiet but attractive street filled with wonders! It is one of the very few vehicular roads here in the town. This particularly is a spectacular 400m stretch and is less visited by tourists, than many other parts of Rothenburg. Architecturally this again is a 'medieval' quite of one piece, colorful and pedestrian friendly des...Read more
  4. Amazing Rothenburg attraction for kids
    Galgengasse

    Family and Kids

    Galgengasse translates to “Gallows Alley”. This is the street leading from one of the four entrances into Rothenburg, especially if you came from the direction of the train station. This is an impressive entrance to a walled city, worth stopping to observe its architecture and to climb up to walk the wall. The north wall of Rothenburg connects Klingen Tower on the West with Galgen T...Read more
  5. Can keep your kids busy for days
    Kobolzeller Tor

    Family and Kids

    In the old days you had to pass through a total of four gates before entering the town from the Tauber Valley, according to legend. However, the fact that even then the gate was protected by the massive outer bailey, is definite. This is a must see while in Rothenburg as Kobolzeller Tor is everything Rotheburg is known for in one place. Observe that, there are bound to be many tourists here tak...Read more
  6. Perfect for kids day out in Rothenburg
    Schrannenplatz

    Family and Kids

    Once a Jewish Cemetery & a Granary, according to a sign around, this is now a car park outside the small town. The Romantic Road buses drop off passengers here at this stop. Like the entire of Rothenburg, this place too is a beautiful stop with restaurants and a few buildings here.
  7. Fun place to go for kids
    Rothenburg Town Hall Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber

    Family and Kids

    Rathaus or the Town Hall is a beautiful German town hall right at the main square in the walled section of Rothenburg. The Clock Tower set atop of the gothic part of the Town Hall, giving a fabulous panoramic view of the medieval town and its environs. Irrespective of the weather, you can admire the picturesque Tauber Valley and its beautiful mills from here. The 52-meter viewing platform is ac...Read more
  8. A cool place to see with kids
    Fleisch- Und Tanzhaus

    Family and Kids

    This half-timbered gable was once used as a meat market and held dances here as well, which is why it is called that Fleisch- und Tanzhaus meaning meat and dance in English. It was constructed on the foundations of the city's oldest Town Hall, which burned in 1240. Until the 18th century, the basement was a market where butchers sold their wares. Whereas, in the large room above the arches, thi...Read more
  9. A fantastic place for refreshing break for children
    Markusturm And Buttelhaus

    Family and Kids

    The Markusturm or the Mark’s tower is probably the oldest remnants of this Bavarian Town, built around the 12th century when the first city wall was erected. It is quite close to the town hall. The Marksturm is a delightful covered gate entry, with a clock right under the tall spire steeple; nearly every visitor will pass under this curved-archway connecting two sides of the narrow street...Read more
  10. One of the awesome things children enjoy the most
    Schmiedgasse

    Family and Kids

    The Schmiedgasse or the Smithy Lane is one of the major streets of Rothenburg ob der Tauber. It starts at the eastern corner of the Marktplatz or Market Place and goes south to the Plönlein, Little Place where the name of the street changes to Spitalgasse after you pass through the Siebers Tower. You will find some of the best shops and restaurants to spend the day on this street. Note the...Read more