High above Passau the Veste Oberhaus, one of the largest surviving castle complexes in Europe, invites visitors on a journey through the centuries.
The Roman museum of the fort Boiotro occupies a late medieval house in the central Passau-Innstadt. It incorporates the foundations of late Roman Boiotro.
The Museum of Modern Art houses an extensive art collection which is based on the inheritance of the artist Georg Philipp Wörlen (1886-1954).
The Glass Museum Passau is the biggest museum on European glass worldwide and is listed in the "Cultural properties of National Significance".
The Museum at the Passau Cathedral is situated in the Residence building and displays masterpieces of art.
A unique collection and exhibition about the time of the Inquisition and the persecution of witches in the Middle Ages is on display in historic vaulted rooms.
The fresco museum Niedernburg is a reminder of St. Mary’s Church which was destroyed by the great fires of the 17th century.