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Sightseeing

There’s a lot to explore at Franziskushöhe and in the surrounding towns. Not only fitness lovers will love the Spessart. Just a few examples are given here – there’s an aboundance of castles, manors, churches and museums around.

Picnic in Spessart
Order one of our generously filled picnic baskets – and enjoy wherever you want. On our natural meadows, a lovely clearing in the forest, down at the romantic river Main – the Spessart’s nature is waiting for you.

Exhibition in our historic outdoor solarium
Just above the hotel you’ll find some exhibits that let you have a look in the past of the area – we thank Spessartmuseum for the items on loan!

Events
Our traditional Easter-fire in spring, barbecue night for Pentecoast, game and venison from the area in autumn to the brunch in Advent, take a journey with us through the seasons.

„Snow White Resort“ – ideal for your family holiday
Snow White is supposed to have lived in Lohr, her castle can be visited in town. Together with Lebenshilfe Lohr we designed the Snow White route in our Snwo White ressort.

The exhibits are handmade objects and figures showing the stations of Brothers Grimm’s most famous fairy tale. Highlights are the house of the dwarfs, the magic mirror cabinet and lots of other exhibits.

 

Sightseeing around Franziskushöhe

Boat trip with Maintalbummler
A contemplative trip along the river Main from Lohr to Marktheidenfeld and Gemünden gives you time to relax. In both pretty little towns there is enough time to explore – and if you miss the boat, there’s a public bus as well. Please ask for the schedule, it changes regularly.

Maria Buchen
The history of the place of pilgrimage Maria Buchen goes back to 1395. The first chapel was founded 1434. There were many changes over the centuries to the romantic little church and the monastery, but it is an active place with monks living and praying even in our time.

Vineyards
Take a walk through the famous vineyards near Karlstadt, Marktheidenfeld oder Würzburg.

Shopping in Wertheim Village Outlet Center
All the famous brands like Calvin Klein, Aigner, Bally, Daniel Hechter, Jette, Lacoste, Golfino, Nike, Marc Picard and many more can be found there. Good bargains and cost-free parking.
Open: Monday to Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m

 
  • Schnee am Hotel Franziskushöhe Lohr am Main im Spessart
  • Luftbild Maintal
  • Mountainbiking Hotel Franziskushöhe Lohr am Main im Spessart
  • Aussicht aus dem Zimmer Hotel Franziskushöhe Lohr am Main im Spessart
  • Pause am Hotel Franziskushöhe Lohr am Main im Spessart
  • Boule spielen am Hotel Franziskushöhe Lohr am Main im Spessart
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  • Schwimmteich im Hotel Franziskushöhe Lohr am Main im Spessart
  • Feuerschale Terrasse Restaurant Hotel Franziskushöhe Lohr am Main im Spessart
City Tower Bayersturm
The tower is part of the old city wall originating in the 13th./14th century. The awe-inspiring building has six floors.
  
Castle Schloss Mespelbrunn
The castle can be visited from March to November. It’s mostly famous for being the shooting location for the 1950th German TV hit “Wirtshaus in the Spessart”. Because of the hidden location in the Spessart it survived all wars and is preserved in it’s historical form.
 
Ruin of Castle Schönrain
Originating from a monastery in the first millenium it’s one of the oldest historical cultural monuments in the Spessart and Würzburg region.
 

Spessartmuseum Lohr am Main
Located in the original castle that Snow White has lived in, the Spessart Museum shows examples of the crafts and trades that the poor inhabitants of the regions used with ingenuity to survive the harsh surroundings.
 
Isolatorenmuseum Lohr am Main
A bit of a curiosity, the insulater museum is one of it’s kind. Discover the amazing beauty and technical finesse behind something you see every day. The museum has more than 500 exhibits for insulators
from 220 to 440 000 Volt, made from glass, ceramics and other material.
Open every first Sunday a month, 2-5 p.m.