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City of Civil Liberties

Memmingen has borne the title 'City of Civil Liberties" since the summer of 2020.
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New cycle paths

Five new routes invite you to explore Memmingen and the surrounding area by bike.
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Exactlymmy experience


Memmingen is colourful, as colourful as a kaleidoscope! That is apparent in everything which defines Memmingen. Whether colourful house façades together with modern architecture, ornate buildings next to simple artisan districts, or original and restored city gates, towers, and walls: Memmingen’s historical old town is full of surprises.

Corona in Memmingen

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We are open

Dear guests, our churches and Crusaders’ Hall are open. You can visit it with certificate (vaccinated, recovered, tested). Tower tours take place every day at 3 pm. Without advance reservation. Meeting point directly at Saint Martin's Church.

City wall, gates and towers

Birthplace of civil rights Kramerzunft - Shopkeepers’ Guild

Churches and ecclesiastical buildings

Historical buildings and places


An idyllic water course snaking its way through the picturesque old town, fringed with many cafés and restaurants along its length. Explore the city’s water course on our circular trails.

Admire Memmingen's skyline

From May until the end of October, the parish office of St Martin offers daily guided tours of the tower of St Martin’s. A tour guide receives tower visitors daily at 3 pm by the tower staircase in Zangmeisterstraße, telling visitors interesting aspects of the tower history on the ascent up the stairs. A fabulous view awaits you at the top...even as far as the Alps on a clear day!

Medieval city with historical charm in the Allgäu

In 1525, a special story was written in Memmingen when rebellious peasants wrote down the "Twelve Articles" in the Kramer Guild. These articles are considered the first monument of German freedom and constitutional history.