Many visitors are surprised by the absorbing history of the region around LEGOLAND® Deutschland. Günzburg was founded by the ancient Romans; like Burgau, the town belonged to Anterior Austria for many years. Then, in 1805, Napoleon came along and granted the region to Bavaria. Quite a story! Cultural sights include Swabian baroque structures, some exceptional museums and monasteries, the captivating nativity scenes of the Krippenparadies and the varied agenda of the Kreisheimatstube Stoffenried open-air museum as well as picture-perfect towns like Günzburg, Burgau and Krumbach. Many visitors are also drawn to Maria Vesperbild, the well-known pilgrimage site at Ziemetshausen.
Explore the six towns of the family and children’s region
The six towns of the Günzburg district have distinctive histories and architectural styles to discover; what unites them is that charming small town mood. Every year, many visitors are attracted by their homeliness and history. Come and explore our gem of a region for yourself!