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It lies on the Upper Swabian Baroque Route. Schussenried Abbey, a former monastery founded in 1183, is located in Bad Schussenried. Its church and baroque library feature impressive architecture and artwork, including intricate ceiling frescoes.
The town is also home to a beer stein museum, the Schussenrieder Bierkrug Museum. 
Bad Schussenried has about 10,000 inhabitants. Oswald Metzger, a former Green party, now Christian democratic politician and cyclist Rolf Gölz, who won a silver medal in the 1984 Summer Olympics, are from Bad Schussenried. The world champion women trick cyclists are also from Bad Schussenried.