The Bavarian Alps Sights

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Dokumentation Obersalzberg

  • Museum/Gallery

This center documents the notorious history of the Third Reich, with a special focus on Obersalzberg, and some surprisingly rare archive...

Haus der Berge

  • Information Center

Opened in 2015, this interactive museum brings the surrounding national park to life for children and adults alike with a rotating exhibition...


  • Museum/Gallery

This museum in the Schloss Adelsheim displays examples of wood carving and other local crafts. Wood carving in Berchtesgaden dates to...

Hitler's Bunkers

  • Historic District/Site

Beneath the Hotel zum Türken is a section of the labyrinth of tunnels built as a last retreat for Hitler and his cronies; the macabre,...


  • Historic District/Site

The site of Hitler's luxurious mountain retreat is part of the north slope of the Hoher Goll, high above the timber line overlooking...


  • Mine

This salt mine is one of the chief attractions of the region. In the days when the mine was owned by Berchtesgaden's princely rulers,...

Schellenberger Eishöhle

  • Geological Site

Germany's largest ice caves lie 10 km (6 miles) north of Berchtesgaden. By car take B-305 to the village of Marktschellenberg, or take...

Schloss Berchtesgaden

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

The last royal resident of the Berchtesgaden abbey, Crown Prince Rupprecht (who died here in 1955), furnished it with rare family treasures...

Watzmann Therme

  • Spa–Sight

Here you'll find fragrant steam rooms, saunas with infrared cabins for sore muscles, an elegant pool, whirlpools, and a special pool...