This is worth a visit, and is located on the outskirts of the city centre. There are exhibits both inside and outside the facility - I have visited several times and feature more than once in their visitors book!
"The only museum in germany specialising exclusively in the presentation of concrete (non-representational) art. In an unusual architectural setting, some 1,000 square metres of exhibition area illustrate the development of this artistic style, displaying exhibits by all it's important exponents. With it's large scal sculptures, the open air Museum of Concrete Art has become part of the cityscape.": Ingolstadt on the danube - the city
Open Between 10.00 - 18.00 (Tuesday to Sunday)
This is an excellent museum, which outlines the history of the Bavarian Army. There are many displays showing war paintings, uniforms, medals and weaponary from medieval times up until the 20th Century.
It is also home to an exhibition space, and during previous visits there have been visiting exhibitions ranging from Islamic Art to the 60 Anniversary of the Bavarian Police.
There is an excellent view of the castle grounds from the building.
The Bavarian Army Museum is the oldest museum of military history in Germany.
Ingolstadt in 2006 celebrates its 1200 birthday (pretty old) and has organized a lot of events around that happy occasion. The main thing will definitely be the historic festivity including knights games and a parade on the weekend of 21st to 23rd of July 2006.
So, join us old Ingolstädter there!
(More info on the website - sorry, only in German)
The Old Anatomie Museum.
Beside of the medical history, which is shown in the inside of the old building, there is a botanic garden which has old medical herbs (except during the winter season, of course).
Situated across from the Asam church, this palace occupied by French Embassy Staff for about 100 years still stands as if it is occupied today. I am not sure, but it looks desolate
It was the first Protestant church to be built in Ingolstadt and the style also was a first. It still is an Evangelical Lutheran church today.
This is a museum of farm implements.
I have to admit that I have not seen around it - we were there for a social evening. Anyway, one for the "to do" list.
This church is very simple on the inside (it has tall white walls without much decoration) but its size is very impressive, and the building looks neat...