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Zeltpalast, at the Festung Ehrenbreitstein hosts a number of cultural programs. You can enjoy a variety of events like concerts, dance shows, and theatrical acts among many others. The spacious tent is well-equipped with modern technology that ensures the smooth running of an event and also offers an entertainment packed schedule where talented German artists perform.
The Ehrenbreitstein Fortress sits atop a mountain with the same name. The fortress was built on the mountain top between the years of 1817 and 1828 by Prussian forces, though another fortress had stood on this same spot until 1801 when it was destroyed by the French. Of course, early people had also seen the benefits of building on top of the impressive Ehrenbreitstein mountain; some archaeologists believe that structures may have been built on this same site as early as the 9th-Century BC. The fortress that visitors can see today was never attacked while the Prussian military owned it. It was, however, occupied by U.S. troops during the Occupation of the Rhineland. Having escaped destruction in World War II, the fortress served as a variety of establishments before being made into a museum in 1956. Visitors can take a cable car up to the fortress where they can wander around the grounds and explore the many rooms on docent-led tours.
The Kuppelsaal is an imposing events venue remodeled from a time-worn fortress of Koblenz. The domed function hall in pure white offers a whimsical setting for a wide range of events like weddings, concerts, birthdays and corporate galas. Equipped with modern audio-visual technology, well-laid out seating spaces and arresting white decor pieces suspended from the ceiling, Kuppelsaal renders itself as a spot of choice irrespective of the magnitude or the nature of the event.
Nestled close to the center of the city, Landesmuseum in Koblenz is regarded as one of Rhineland-Palatinate’s youngest state museums. The exhibits here focus on cultural history, photography, viticulture and archaeology.
DB Museum is a unique railway museum situated in the very heart of the city of Koblenz in Germany. It was established in the summer of 2001, and is housed in a huge building which was formerly being used as a wagon repair store, which eventually fell out of use. The site has a collection of over 20 wagons as well as locomotives, and is a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike. The entire atmosphere of this site makes one feel nostalgic about the bygone times - when steam engines were more prevalent. For information about opening hours, kindly contact the site or visit the website.