The 10 Best Things to Do in Neu-Ulm, Germany

November 18, 2017 Elouise Mccaul

Neu-Ulm is the capital of the Neu-Ulm district and a town in Swabia, Bavaria. Neighbouring towns include Ulm, Senden, Pfaffenhofen an der Roth, Holzheim, Nersingen and Elchingen. The population is 51,110 (30 June 2005).
Restaurants in Neu-Ulm

1. Ulmer Muenster

Muensterplatz 21, 89073 Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 731 37994513
Excellent
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4.5 based on 1 reviews

Ulmer Muenster

Reviewed By Stefan G - Lucerne, Switzerland

The Ulmer Münster is quite impressive and has quite a collection of code of arms and symbols. The building itself is a bit overrenovated but in its dimensions and look still really nice. The organ is BIG. 32‘ pipes and if you get a chance enjoy the soind.

2. Stadtpark Glacis Neu-Ulm

Turmstrasse, Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, Germany
Excellent
44%
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4.5 based on 25 reviews

Stadtpark Glacis Neu-Ulm

Reviewed By Jaro S - Berlin, Germany

It is a beautiful park in the nature. You don`t expect it to be this quiet because it is close to the city center and also the main street. It has a lovely river flowing through it. There is a big beer garden and a venue for open-air-concerts. I have visited a few and they were really nice. My family and I enjoyed it a lot. If you´re not a beer fan, there are enough benches and spots for snacking. Kids can have a lot of fun because there are water guns, slides and a big playground. The main station Neu-Ulm is two minutes away, so you can get there easily with almost every bus line.

3. Fishermen's Quarter

Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 4973 1967930
Excellent
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4.5 based on 557 reviews

Fishermen's Quarter

Reviewed By C0lin63 - Kidderminster, United Kingdom

Quaint part of Ulm which remains unspoilt and is a "must see" within Ulm. We had a wonderful meal at Forelle (Trout).

4. Ratiopharm Arena

Europastr. 25, 89231, Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, Germany +49 731 206410
Excellent
28%
Good
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Satisfactory
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Poor
8%
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3.5 based on 25 reviews

Ratiopharm Arena

Reviewed By Petra D

Die Arena überzeugt uns immer wieder. Gut strukturiert und organisiert. Die Verzeherkarte kann ohne Probleme aufgeladen werden. Auch die Rückgabe der selben läuft sehr zügig. Einziges Manko: kauft keine Erdnüsse, die waren so widerlich ranzig gewesen.

5. Ulm City Hall (Rathaus)

Marktplatz 1, 89073 Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 731 1610
Excellent
56%
Good
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4.5 based on 233 reviews

Ulm City Hall (Rathaus)

Reviewed By Tim D

This place is packed full of history. Hitler gave many speeches here and the inside is very beautiful. The best reason to visit is the very elaborate painting and designs all around the building. Very beautiful! Must see!!

6. Reptilienzoo Neu-Ulm

Brunnenweg 26, Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, Germany
Excellent
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4 based on 18 reviews

Reptilienzoo Neu-Ulm

Reviewed By DaffodilMaiden - Neu-Ulm, Germany

I couldn't believe the astounding variety of reptiles this tiny zoo had. The outside of the building is deceiving - there is an incredible maze of terrariums inside, filled with reptiles I've never even seen before. So many cool varieties of turtles and tortoises especially. I would definitely recommend taking kids here.

7. The Leaning House

Schwoerhausgasse 6, 89073 Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 4973 1967930
Excellent
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4.5 based on 181 reviews

The Leaning House

Reviewed By Tirebiter8 - Denver, Colorado

This building dates from the 1400s. Part of the foundation was placed on unconsolidated soil, so the settlement varied over time. Also, town zoning changed over the centuries. Old zoning fees were based on the footprint of the building. So "smart" builders constructed many buildings with upper floors extending out from the first floor. This can be seen all over Ulm and also contributes to building movement. This building is now known as the "Schiefes Haus", after being revived from a dilapidated condition. It located on a clear stream full of trout.

8. Dietrich Theater Neu-Ulm

Marlene-Dietrich-Str. 11, 89231, Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, Germany +49 731 9855598
Excellent
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5 based on 5 reviews

Dietrich Theater Neu-Ulm

Reviewed By Klaus S - Gunzburg, Germany

dieses Kino hat 11 Vorführräume!
es gibt auch ein Restaurant wo man sich mit Pizza, kleine Snacks usw die Wartezeit verkürzen kann.
da das Kino so groß ist sind natürlich auch viele Menschen vor Ort, trotzdem sind die Angestellten alle freundlich und zuvorkommend.
Popcorn ist teuer, kleine Portion kostet 3€
eigenes Parkhaus wo man kostenlos parken kann!

9. Kloster Wiblingen

Schlossstr. 38, 89079 Ulm, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany +49 731 5028975
Excellent
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4.5 based on 79 reviews

Kloster Wiblingen

Reviewed By travel_blurbs - San Francisco Bay Area, CA

The beautifully ornate library is the main draw here, and it definitely did not disappoint. The audio guide in English (included in the cost of admission) was thorough and very helpful in explaining all aspects of the library. The basilica (main structure as you walk toward the monastery) is beautiful inside and is worth a look as well.
I did not have a car so I took public transportation (bus #3 toward Wiblingen from Ulm Hbf). It was an easy ride to and from the monastery. There were no signs pointing me toward the monastery when I arrived, so I had to walk around a bit to find it. The grounds are impressive. Of note, the the entrance is on the left of the basilica (as you are facing it), but it wasn't obvious that you had to go up to the next floor (via staircase) for the entrance to the museum/library. There is a very nice museum exhibit about the history of the monastery and the area, but unfortunately it was only available in German -- I hope an English language version can be provided via audio guide in the future, as the displays and artifacts looked very interesting.

10. Donaubad

Wiblinger Str. 55, 89231, Neu-Ulm, Bavaria, Germany +49 731 985990
Excellent
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3.5 based on 59 reviews

Donaubad

Donaubad, Neu-Ulm - Größtes Erlebnisbad der Region Zeit für Spaß&Action im Erlebnisbad mit Wellenbecken, Rutschenanlage (3 Rutschen), Strömungskanal, Entspannungsbecken, 25-m-Schwimmerbecken, Dampfbad und Kinderbereich. Bei etwa 36 Grad warmem Thermalwasser stehen im Thermalbereich zwei weitere Becken mit Sprudelliegen sowie Massagedüsen zur Verfügung. Zeit für Ruhe&Entspannung finden sie in der Saunalandschaft. Eingeheizt wird in Finnischer-, Vier-Jahreszeiten-, Sudhaus-, Blockhaus-, Münsterblick- und Biosauna. Neben Dampfbad und Meditationsraum gibt es auch im Außenbereich ein Entspannungsbecken. Ein weiteres Highlight sind die ständig wechselnden Dampfbadanwendungen/-peelings. Zur Donaubad-Anlage gehört auch eine Eissportanlage mit zwei Eisflächen, welche im Winter von Oktober bis März zur Verfügung steht, sowie ein Freibad, welches von Mai bis September geöffnet hat. Meine Zeit im Donaubad.

Reviewed By eerola - Pirkkala, Finland

I was in Wonnemar Donaubad with my children (8 and 6 years) on a hot day in July. The kids loved the place and I enjoyed it too. The different rivers Black Hole, Crazy River etc where big hits. And so was the outdoor pool with more smaller slides too. I think the 3 hour family price was a lot of family fun for the money.
The only handicap was young teenagers in the rivers who did not respect any rules, and run over younger children.

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