The Zeppelin Museum is situated on the shore of Lake Constance, at Friedrichshafen Harbour. The striking white building of the former harbour railway station with its tower on the lakeside and extensive glass façade facing the city is easy to spot.
You will find various costly carparks and parking spaces in the city centre. The Altstadt multi-storey carpark and the Hinterer Hafen carpark are in the direct vicinity and just a two-minute walk from the museum.
A more relaxed, climate-friendly and practical way to get to the museum is by public transport. The museum is perfectly connected to train, bus, ship and the Lake Constance bike path.
…from the direction of Stuttgart via the A81 and then via the B31
…from the direction of Ulm via the B30
…from the direction of Munich via the A96 and the B31
…from the direction of Zurich via the N7, the car ferry Konstanz-Meersburg and the B31
…from the direction of bregenz via the A14 and the B31
We would like to encourage you to refrain from traveling by car and use public transport in favor of climate protection. The museum is located directly at the train station Friedrichshafen-Hafen, the bus station, the harbor and the Lake Constance bike path. Take advantage and save with our numerous combination tickets and discounts with public transport.
Due to its convenient location, the museum can be easily reached by train, bus, or ship.
Train station: Friedrichshafen-Hafenbahnhof
Only 100 meters walk to the museum entrance.
Bus stop: Hafenbahnhof (central bus station)
With the "Echt Bodensee Card" the bus is free of charge and there is a 1€ discounted admission to the museum.
Ship: Catamaran Konstanz-Friedrichshafen or Romanshorn-Friedrichshafen ferry.
For example, use the "Catamaran-Zeppelin Museum" and "Bodensee Schifffahrt-Zeppelin Museum" combination tickets for travel and admission.
The harbour is only 100 meters walking distance from the museum.