Baden-Baden Drinking hall

Baden-Baden’s theatre is a Classical building, inspired by the Palais Garnier Opera House in Paris. It is located just off Lichtentaler Allee. Classical dramas and modern plays are staged in this lavish venue.

Baden-Baden Festspielhaus

Festspielhaus (Festival Hall)
Let the music play. Opera star Anna Netrebko and violinist Anne Sophie Mutter have graced the stage in Germany's largest concert hall and opera house, but you are also in the right place to see groovy jazz concerts and other musical performances. Especially recommended are the annual Easter Festival, during which the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra performs.

Baden-Baden Museum Frieder Burda

Museum Frieder Burda
The Frieder Burda Museum is a true gem for fans of architecture and art. Designed by top American architect Richard Meier, it is at the heart of Lichtentaler Allee and is devoted to modern art.

Baden-Baden Kurhaus

Kurhaus (Spa House)
Designed by the Karlsruhe-based architect Friedrich Weinbrenner, the Kurhaus (Spa House) offers visitors a varied program of cabaret performances, readings and concerts. Would you rather play roulette? Then head to the famous casino in the west wing!

Baden-Baden Casino

The legendary gaming halls, in which Dostoevsky’s passion for gambling turned into addiction — an experience which inspired his acclaimed novel “The Gambler” — still give visitors a taste of La Belle Époque. As ever, appearance is everything at the blackjack and poker tables. Please wear appropriate clothing — men must wear shirts and smart jackets. Because the minimum age for gambling is 21 in Germany, you must show ID on the door.

Baden-Baden Trinkhalle

Trinkhalle (Pump Room)
In the idyllic Spa House garden, you will find a columned hall designed by Heinrich Hübsch, in which impressive paintings by Jakob Götzenberger are on display. The adjoining café invites you to relax.

Baden-Baden Staatliche Kunsthalle

Staatliche Kunsthalle (State Art Gallery)
Just like the Frieder Burda Museum, the State Art Gallery features regularly-changing exhibitions of modern and contemporary art. Particular focus is on innovative uses of modern-day media in art. The neo-classical building, designed by Hermann Billing, and the originally-designed museum café are worth seeing.

Baden-Baden LA8

This cultural centre, designed by the Grenke Foundation, is based in the historic Stadtpalais (City Palace) at 8 Lichtentaler Allee. The museum concept focuses on the special relationship between art and technology in the 21st century. The adjoining Rive Gauche Brasserie is also worth a visit.

Baden-Baden Fabergé Museum

Fabergé Museum
The Fabergé Museum on Sophienboulevard is dedicated to the life’s work of the famous Russian jeweller Carl Peter Fabergé. Take a tour and discover a treasure trove of courtly handicrafts from the “Golden Age”.

Baden-Baden Römische Badruinen

Roman bath ruins
Visit the ruins of the Roman soldier bath and discover a millennia-old bathing culture. Vivid video animations give the visitor an idea of the site’s former glory.

Baden-Baden Kongresshaus

Baden-Baden Congress House
In its heavenly surroundings on Lichtentaler Allee, the recently renovated Congress House shines with a new lustre. The park pavilion, four large conference suites and thirteen smaller meeting rooms provide space for conventions, meetings, seminars and workshops. See for more details.