The Zeppelin Museum is the world's largest museum of the history of air navigation with more than 4,000m². With numerous original exhibits, the walk-through partial reconstruction of the LZ129 Hindenburg and historical sound, film and image recordings, it tells the story of aviation in multimedia terms. The museum's listed Bauhaus building houses more than 1,500 exhibits. The Friedrichshafen Museum is not only a center of excellence for the iconic Zeppelin, but also has a large art collection with works from the Middle Ages to modern times. A special focus is on the works of the artists who retreated to the "Inner Emigration" on Lake Constance during the Third Reich, such as Otto Dix, Max Ackermann or Willi Baumeister. Through impressive, interdisciplinary temporary exhibitions, the museum draws a bow to current topics. It is thus the ideal visitor destination for all those who like to look outside the box.