Rosenberg Fortress is one of the largest of all fortifications (23.6 ha), originating between the Gothic and Baroque periods with highly diverse defensive architecture in a prominent location (hill fortification). It features a fortress gate by Antonio Petrini, two wooden bulwark bridges, a commander's quarters (located in the Franconian Gallery) by Balthasar Neumann, a chapel, restaurant, and beer garden with a fantastic view overlooking the historic old city.
- Capacity / Logistics: 23.6 ha, free parking available. Easy access by car, bus, and truck with a maximum length of 15 meters via the historic old city (Upper Town)
- Power supply: No exact information possible because of the different areas. Power connections are generally available, but this must be clarified on an individual basis
- Condition: Well-kept