Alpirsbacher Klosterbräu
Here in Alpirsbach, the past is omnipresent. On a guided tour, you will learn vividly through exhibits, historical machines and tools how the mysterious brewing process takes place and how brewing has developed over time.

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Since its foundation in 1949, the Hans Thoma Art Museum has established itself as a nationally important museum in the Black Forest.

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Freudenstadt
Germany’s largest market square, the striking town church, the historic visitor mine or the Friedrichsturm with its fantastic view over the town: Freudenstadt is worth seeing and experiencing.

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Open-air theatre Oppenau
From Oppenau in the Renchtal, which is once again in the heart of the Black Forest, we send a greeting to all friends of open-air theatre and the experienced Middle Ages.

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Baden-Baden Festival Theatre
With its 2,500 seats, the house is one of the largest classical music venues in Europe. Its architecture is unique: the auditorium and stage were built on the former tracks of the grand ducal railway station.

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Welcome to the Black Forest Open-Air Museum Vogtsbauernhof
Experience how people lived, lived and worked in the Black Forest up to 600 years ago.