Guests can find out even more about historial treasures and the way of life of Upper Franconian's biggest city in numerous museums and cultural establishments.
The Richard Wagner Museum
The Richard Wagner Museum, in the house “Wahnfried, former residence of the Wagner family, was restored in 2015 and expanded with a modern addition.
Margravial Opera House
The Margravial Opera House Bayreuth, a world heritage site since 2012, is one of the most beautiful baroque theatres in the world.
New Palace and Park
Visiting the New Palace from the 18th century, also known because of its adjacent romantic park, visitors experience design perfection of Margravial culture.
The Jean Paul Museum
The Jean Paul Museum was, for the 250th birthday of the great upper Franconian poet, completely new designed and in time for this anniversary (21.03.2013) reopened.
Maisel’s Beer Experience World & Bayreuth´s Catacombs
Over 4,500 m² to experience Bayreuth craft brewing at its finest! Brauerei Gebr. Maisel’s historic main building is home to experience the world of beer – the “Bier-Erlebnis-Welt” – with all your senses as you gain insight into the traditional Franconian art of brewing.
In the year 2003 the city set up a memorial of Wilhelm Leuschner in the district of Mörtzhöfen and the house he was born in, which shows in three rooms the different stations of his life. The house is privately owned.
The German Typewriter Museum
The start of a collection of historic typewriters goes back to the year 1936, when the former “German Institute for short hand and typing” in Bayreuth began the training of teachers for the corresponding subject.