A picturesque island set in magnificent scenery – Lindau is a work of art in itself. But our town has more to offer than just fabulous scenery. Its varied programme of cultural events makes it a honeypot for visitors from far and wide.
Art exibitions of international importance
The art exhibitions staged by the Stadtmuseum are as international as the visitors themselves. Following exhibitions dedicated to Picasso, Chagall, Miró and Matisse, from April 2015 the spotlight will turn to the works of Emil Nolde in the Haus zum Cavazzen. Lovers of contemporary art are sure to find something to their taste in the Lindau’s many galleries. Antique-hunters will also love the town’s many small antique shops and auction house.
Cultural programme on stage
Along with staging plays, Lindau’s historic theatre, the Stadttheater, also puts on a wonderful selection of concerts, revues and other theatrical events. The former 13th-century convent church is also home to the Lindau Marionette Opera – the only puppet theatre in Germany to be dedicated exclusively to musical theatre.
Meanwhile, national and international stars are regular visitors to Lindau’s elegant casino. If you’re looking for something a little more alternative, head for the Zeughaus and Club Vaudeville. These venues offer a wide range of concerts, political satire and films.
In short, the arts and culture are very much alive and kicking in Lindau. The team at Tourist Information will provide you will all the information you need.