Thuringia.MyCulture.

The digital travel companion for smartphones and tablets

Discover Thuringia’s range of cultural highlights with the mobile travel guide Thuringia.MyCulture. Use augmented reality to scan various explorer tour stops with your smartphone or tablet and discover Thuringia’s sights and attractions on a fun and interactive adventure.

Delve into history, trace the footsteps of famous Thuringian individuals, immerse yourself in the world of the Bauhaus in Thuringia and get to know fascinating locations. With Thuringia.MyCulture., you can create your own individual cultural tour guide by selecting your chosen sights as your favourites stops.

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Discovery Tours through Thuringia

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Life in the Middle Ages - Jewish cultural heritage in Thuringia

For 1,700 years, Jewish life has been intertwined with German history – in Thuringia it has been more than 900 years. In 2021, Thuringia is celebrating this anniversary with high-profile exhibitions, events and concerts. We take a trip to Erfurt to see its remarkable ensemble of a Jewish synagogue, mikveh and treasure. But our journey also includes unexpected cultural gems in smaller towns that tell the many varied stories of Jewish life in rural areas. We’ll take you on a very special tour of discovery that you can undertake safely and securely from the comfort of your own home. How does it work? We’ll show you!
Out and about with the Thuringia.MyCulture. app

Exploring Thuringia’s palaces

If someone mentions Thuringia, the first things that come to my mind are bratwurst sausages, the Thuringian Forest with the Rennsteig Trail, and tasty Thuringian dumplings – but palaces? Not so much.
Exploring the city with Thuringia.MyCulture.

A horticultural tour of Erfurt

Erfurt, the Thuringian state capital, is famous for its centuries-old horticultural tradition, first established in the 1800s by Christian Reichart, the Thuringian who raised plant cultivation in Germany to a professional level. Later there were major Erfurt horticultural dynasties such as Blumenschmidt, Haage and Chrestensen, and specific Thuringian plant and flower varieties. Erfurt’s success as a centre of gardening and growing has left its mark in many places. Although I have been here for more than ten years, I still have plenty to learn about the city I call home, as is so often the case. So with the help of the Thuringia.MyCulture. digital travel guide I’m embarking on a tour of discovery of ‘Erfurt – city of flowers’.
Bundesgartenschau 2021

Die BUGA per App entdecken.

2021 dreht sich in Thüringen alles rund um Blumen, Parks und Gärten in Thüringen! Laue Sommernächte umgeben von Musik, königlich anmutende Parks, Flower-Power überall. Das alles erlebt ihr jetzt auch digital per App.