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  • 1 Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    Burgsteige 11

    The castle houses the university's collections, some of which come from private donations. The pre- and early history department displays many captivating items such as the tiny ivory horse from the Vogelherd grotto. The museum also contains outstand..

  • 2 Marktplatz Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Am Markt

    The old market square with a Renaissance fountain in the middle comes spectacularly to life on market days.

  • 3 Rathaus Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Am Markt

    The sgraffito decoration on this 15C building dates from 1876 and depicts the allegories of Justice, Agricultural and Science, as well as famous local figures. Don't miss the astronomic clock (1511) adorning the façade.

  • 4 Kloster Bebenhausen Interesting

    Religious buildings

    Im Schloss 1

    This ancient monastery, founded in 1180, is an interesting example of Romanesque-Gothic architecture in Germany. In the 15C, Bebenhausen was reputed to be the richest monastery in Wurtemberg, then possessing over 30 000 ha of land. The famous roof tu..

  • 5 Hölderlinturm

    Architecture, castles and historic districts


    Hölderlin (1770-1843) lived in this tower, which was once part of the town's fortification . Now a museum, it displays many souvenirs of the poet.

  • 6 Schloss Hohentübingen

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Burgsteige 11

    The present castle was built during the Renaissance on the foundations of an earlier 11C edifice. Today it houses several university institutes.

  • 7 Bebenhausener Pfleghof

    Architecture, castles and historic districts


    The Bebenhausen Hospice was erected in the 15C and served as the tithes barn for the abbey. Jutting out from the tall, steep roof is a three-storey dormer through the windows of which the grain was passed.

  • 8 Stiftskirche

    Religious buildings


    A 15C Gothic hall-church with a Flamboyant rood-screen and pulpit. The chancel was the burial place of the princes of Württemberg. Note the Renaissance tombs of Duke Ludwig and his wife, adorned with fine alabaster relief work.

  • 9 Schloss Bebenhausen

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Im Schloss

    King Karl of Wurtemberg had a hunting lodge built in the old manor house after 1870. This is where the last King of Wurtemberg, Wilhelm II, retired after his abdication. The rooms are small and simply decorated, far removed from the pomp usually asso..

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