Deutsches Puppen- Und Bärenmuseum
A kid-pleasing stop is the Deutsches Puppen- und Bärenmuseum .
The Protestant Stiftskirche , across the street from the Bahnhof, is known for its late Gothic murals, neat vaulting and Romanesque crypt.
On the edge of the agricultural plateau stretching away from the cliff, Loreley’s Visitors Centre takes an engaging, interactive look at...
Burg Rheinfels information
The sprawling ruins of Burg Rheinfels was once the mightiest fortress on the Rhine. Built in 1245 by Count Dieter V of Katzenelnbogen as a base for his toll-collecting operations, its size and labyrinthine layout are truly astonishing. Not only kids will love exploring the subterranean tunnels and galleries. To get there, you can walk for 20 minutes up the hill from the youth hostel or drive (parking fee required).