The Kaiserpfalz Ingelheim is one of the most important monuments in the red wine city. Charlemagne has shaped the history of the city very much, which is still reflected in the cultivation of red wine today., © Rainer Oppenheimer© Rainer Oppenheimer
Digitale Führung

Digital tour, developed in a cooperation between the Research Center Kaiserpfalz Ingelheim and the Museum bei der Kaiserpfalz, which you can view on YouTube . It is led by Miriam Maslowski, historian and art historian (Museum bei der Kaiserpfalz). She introduces a number of outstanding women personalities of the High Middle Ages: They were all rulers who had an amazing wealth of power and even directed the fortunes of the Holy Roman Empire for a certain time. There is also evidence that all five empresses stayed in the imperial palace in...

Kaiserpfalz APP

Multimedia offer guides you through the imperial palace of Ingelheim!      The Kaiserpfalz App is available free of charge at Google Play and in the AppStore (to be found under the keyword "Kaiserpfalz Ingelheim"). The app supplements the signage and accompanying booklet with a digital guide through the Kaiserpfalz region, which provides audio texts and picture galleries, among other things. Thus, the Kaiserpfalz can be experienced digitally at any place and at any time.

Virtuelle Ausstellung Ortsbefestigung

Local Fortifications 3.0 Innovative Building Research in Ingelheim Virtual exhibition on the town fortifications of Ober-Ingelheim and Großwinternheim The virtual exhibition Ortsbefestigung 3.0, Innovative Bauforschung in Ingelheim will be available on the website www.ortsbefestigung3punkt0.de from 30.09.2020! In the form of a 360° tour of the castle church, you will be informed on the one hand about two- and three-dimensional building survey methods, and on the other hand about new discoveries at the local...

Virtueller Rundgang

The Imperial Palace Research Centre of the City of Ingelheim is expanding its digital offering: one year after the highly acclaimed exhibition "The Charismatic Place. Stations of the Travelling Kings in the Middle Ages" closed its doors for the last time, it is now coming to a second life in virtual space. All the videos, maps, audio stations and text panels presented in the special exhibition in 2019 can then be accessed from the comfort of your own home. To create the 360° documentation, the entire Kunstforum Ingelheim was...

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Tourist-Information im Winzerkeller

Binger Straße 16

55218 Ingelheim am Rhein

Tel: +49 6132 710 009 200
E-Mail: touristinformation(at)ikum-ingelheim.de

Contact details:

Tourist-Information im Winzerkeller

Binger Straße 16

55218 Ingelheim am Rhein

Tel: +49 6132 710 009 200
E-Mail: touristinformation(at)ikum-ingelheim.de