The interior of the Ursulinenkirche was designed by the Asam brothers in their final collaboration. Its ceiling fresco depicts the martyrdom of St Ursula surrounded by allegorical representations of the four contine…
This intimate museum is one of Germany's most important repositories of Roman treasure. Displays include imposing armour and masks for both soldiers and horses, probably plundered from a Roman store.
St Jakobskirche is a late-Gothic hall church with original stained-glass windows, but also a recipient of a baroque makeover, courtesy of the frantically productive Asam brothers.
The former ducal residence Herzogsschloss is an austere 14th-century building which houses the town's tax office.
Straubing's Karmelitenkirche is a baroque church belonging to the Carmelite Convent, located next door.