Frauenfeld is the vibrant town in the country. A picturesque old town with a rich historical background meets the wonderfully gentle Thurgau countryside with its hills, its stretches of water, its vineyards and its timber-framed houses. City and country complement each other with cultural diversity, a bustling life and rural beauty. From guided tours around the old town through the golf course to a hiking excursion with picnic, the rich and varied tourist attractions offer something for young and old alike.
Frauenfeldattracts visitors with a rich history. By touring the old town under your own steam or as part of a guided visit, you will learn some surprising facts about the pretty little city in the country. You can also discover the hidden corners of Frauenfeld with an energetic stroll around the city golf course, armed with your ball and clubs. A visit to the Thurgau History Museum in Frauenfeld castle, the Nature Museum or the Archaeology Museum take visitors back to times long past. Offering an insight into indigenous and foreign animals, the family Plättli Zoo is captivating while concert fans from near and far meet at events such as Openair Frauenfeld, the “generations” jazz meeting or the Bluesfestival.
On gentle hikes or cycle trips around the region or along the River Thur, visitors enjoy delightful views over hills and valleys, the distant mountains, attractive vineyards and picturesque villages with their timber-framed houses decorated with flowers.
While travelling, visitors can buy and enjoy delicious specialities and choice Thurgau wines from farm and castle shops supplied by creative regional producers.
Tip: have lots of fun way on an E-scooter or Segway exploring Frauenfeld and the surrounding area, visiting the Stählibuck observation tower or the former Ittingen Charterhouse in Warth.