If you yearn for a taste of the city's performing arts scene, then Bürgerhaus Alte Post is the place for you to be. A cultural hub, this venue frequently plays hosts to an array of events ranging from exhibitions and festivals to concerts, events for kids, and more. Educational events such as lectures, seminars, and theatrical acts also keep Bürgerhaus's calendar busy throughout the year.
Featuring splendid vintage and modern cars, motorcycles, bicycles, miniature models and numerous other exhibits, the Audi Motor Museum in Ingolstadt's Audi headquarters is a must-visit attraction for any car lover. The Audi Motor Museum, also called the Mobile Museum, is housed in a futuristic circular glass building with its exhibition area spread over three floors. A tour of the nearby Audi production facility can be booked in advance. Spacious, sleek and informative, this world-class museum promises a one-of-a-kind experience.
Located in the heart of Ingolstadt, St. Moritz stands as a landmark that defines the city center. The historic church dates as far back as the 9th Century and highlights Gothic style architecture with Romanesque features. Explore the church and discover the religious art that will enchant you like the statue of Immaculata by sculptor Josef Friedrich Canzler, as well as exquisite silver-work adorning the choir entrance. Also known as the Untere Pfarr, this church is the city's oldest. Take a moment to climb up the Pfeifturm for mesmerizing views of the city.
The mesmerizing beauty of the Asamkirche Maria de Victoria of Ingolstadt evokes a sense of awe and reverence in all those who behold it. Hidden behind the relatively demure exterior of this baroque church lies a space that is richly adorned with rococo-style embellishments. Beneath a ceiling that is resplendently adorned with a colorful fresco lie carved wooden pews, a breathtakingly beautiful altar, and a spectacular sacristy that depicts the Battle of Lepanto in silver and gold. Rich and lavish, the Asamkirche Maria de Victoria creates an environment of peace and tranquility. The church also hosts organ recitals.
Located in the heart of Ingolstadt, the Altstadttheater is one of the city's oldest and most premier performance venues. The intimate space is large enough to host performances of varying types, from theatrical productions, musical cabaret, book readings, to concerts, while remaining small enough so that every guest has a chance to experience an immersive performance. A hub for local performance art, this theater is the ideal spot to experience Bavarian culture and entertainment first hand. With a bar and foyer serving craft brews and fine wine, the Altstadttheater serves a meeting spot for cultural enthusiasts, and even offers opportunities to mingle with the artists themselves.
Through an impressive collection of artifacts and exhibits that are housed within New Castle, Reduit Tilly and Turm Triva, the Bavarian Army Museum chronicles the history the Bavarian Army and offers an insight into the impact it has had on the region. The museum's artifacts trace the army's history from the late Middle Ages through the present. On display you will find dioramas depicting major battles, traditional uniforms, weapons and assorted artifacts that were acquired during the war with the Turks. Discover stories of valor and bravery as you explore Bavaria's proud military history and heritage at the Army Museum. Of the museum's many homes, abode the New Castle is perhaps the most impressive.
Built by Herpfenburg, the Prielhof Scheyern is tucked amidst lush greenery and beautiful landscapes. This beautiful baroque structure stands tall in the center of the city and each day witnesses a large number of tourists who come here to explore the Prielhof Scheyern's rich history. The Prielhof Scheyern is also used as an events venue to host numerous exhibitions, festivals and cultural programs.
Kolpinghaus Neuburg remains a prime cultural events venue in Neuburg. Found on Adolf-Kolping-Strasse, it renders itself very well for a wide range of functions like wedding anniversaries, receptions and private galas. The elegantly designed space also plays host to corporate events like trade shows and exhibitions. With an array of modish amenities, it attracts large crowds and artists from different regions of the country. Noted comedians Sebastian Reich & Amanda have staged memorable performances here.
St. Jakobus is a parish church in Greding that has stood here since the 18th Century. After its predecessor was destroyed during the Thirty Years' War, St. Jakobus was built in its place, and was consecrated in 1728. A portrait of Maria Immaculate at the entrance leads visitors to the interiors of the church, which are adorned with beautiful ceiling paintings and stained glass windows depicting the birth of Jesus. The high altar, designed in the Rococo style, features two white gilded wooden sculptures of John the Baptist. With charming interiors and a peaceful atmosphere, St. Jakobus is one of the most important religious landmarks of Greding.
Dominating the city landscape since the 15th century, Stadtpfarrei St. Jakob in Schrobenhausen is dedicated to Saint James the Elder. Built between 1450 and 1480, the church is home to the Ölberg and crucifixion from 1500, a memorial stone for Duke Ludwig the Bearded and 18th-century figurines of Saints Peter and Paul.
Dating back to 1156, Kloster Rebdorf is a former Augustinian canon, that now functions as a school. A notable building here is the church that has marvelous ceiling paintings.