Explore interesting sights in Bad Oeynhausen, Germany. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 13 sights are available in Bad Oeynhausen, Germany.List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Bad Oeynhausen
1. Deutsche Märchen- und Wesersagenmuseum
The German Fairy Tale and Weser Legend Museum is located in the Villa Paul Baehr, a magnificent Art Nouveau villa, at the spa gardens of Bad Oeynhausen. Originating from the private foundation of the folklorist and writer Karl Paetow, who died in 1992, the museum offers insights into the broad field of old folk tales and deals primarily with the pictorial implementation of fairy tale and legend motifs. It shows illustrations to the well-known children's and household fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm, who have found many of their fairy tale material in the Weser Uplands, as well as other fairy tale collectors and storytellers as well as artistic pictorial implementations of current artists that go far beyond book illustration.
2. Hofwassermühle Siekertal 1772
The Museumshof Bad Oeynhausen was opened in 1969 as the local history museum of the East Westphalian spa town. Models for the museum were the open-air museum Bad Zwischenahn, the farmhouse museum Bielefeld and the then emerging museum courtyard Rahden. Originally, only a single building, the main house, which was transferred there in 1965, was intended. The expansion into a farm complex was triggered in 1974 by the donation of a hireling house. By 1993, five buildings had been built on the 2,800 m² site. In addition, there was a farm watermill with two mill ponds on the nearby Osterbach of the Siekertal.
3. historischer Ladekran
A derrick is a lifting device composed at minimum of one guyed mast, as in a gin pole, which may be articulated over a load by adjusting its guys. Most derricks have at least two components, either a guyed mast or self-supporting tower, and a boom hinged at its base to provide articulation, as in a stiffleg derrick. The most basic type of derrick is controlled by three or four lines connected to the top of the mast, which allow it both to move laterally and cant up and down. To lift a load, a separate line runs up and over the mast with a hook on its free end, as with a crane.
4. Diakonische Stiftung Wittekindshof
Wittekindshof – Diakonische Stiftung für Menschen mit Behinderten, short form: Wittekindshof – Diakonische Stiftung, is a social enterprise for people with mental and multiple disabilities as well as mental impairments. The Wittekindshof was founded in 1887 on the southern slope of the Wiehen Hills in Volmerdingsen, today part of the East Westphalian town of Bad Oeynhausen in the district of Minden-Lübbecke, where its headquarters are still located today. The Wittekindshof is active in 18 municipalities in East Westphalia, the Ruhr area and the Münsterland.
5. Amtsgericht Bad Oeynhausen
The district court of Bad Oeynhausen is responsible for the town of Bad Oeynhausen in the district of Minden-Lübbecke, where it has its seat, and the towns of Löhne and Vlotho in the district of Herford. Around 110,000 people live in the 201 km² judicial district. The district court of Bad Oeynhausen is also responsible as the register court of the districts of Herford and Minden-Lübbecke for the management of the commercial, cooperative and association register of the local courts of Bünde, Herford, Lübbecke, Minden and Rahden.
6. Friedrich Wilhelm IV. König von Preußen
Frederick William IV, the eldest son and successor of Frederick William III of Prussia, reigned as King of Prussia from 7 June 1840 to his death on 2 January 1861. Also referred to as the "romanticist on the throne", he is best remembered for the many buildings he had constructed in Berlin and Potsdam as well as for the completion of the Gothic Cologne Cathedral.
7. Peter Lenné
Peter Joseph Lenné was a Prussian gardener and landscape architect. As director general of the Royal Prussian palaces and parks in Potsdam and Berlin, his work shaped the development of 19th-century German garden design in the Neoclassical style. Laid out according to the principles of the English landscape garden, his parks are now World Heritage Sites.
8. Evangelische Kirche Bergkirchen
The Evangelical Church of St. Nikolaus zu Bergkirchen belongs to the Evangelical Lutheran community of Bad Oeynhausen-Bergkirchen. East of the church is the Wittekindsquelle, one of the three "Wittekindsquelle", each of which claims to have been the site of the "Wittekind spring miracle".
9. Evangelische Kirche Eidnghausen
The Evangelical Church Eidinghausen in the district of Eidinghausen in the town of Bad Oeynhausen is one of the two parish churches of the Evangelical Lutheran parish Eidinghausen-Dehme, which belongs to the church district Vlotho of the Evangelical Church of Westphalia.
The Church of the Resurrection in the district of Bad Oeynhausen (city centre) of the town of Bad Oeynhausen is the parish church of the Evangelical parish of Bad Oeynhausen-Altstadt, which belongs to the church district Vlotho of the Evangelical Church of Westphalia.
11. Dorfkirche Volmerdingsen
The Evangelical Church in the Volmerdingsen district of Bad Oeynhausen is the parish church of the Evangelical Lutheran parish of Volmerdingsen-Wittekindshof, which belongs to the church district Vlotho of the Evangelical Church of Westphalia.
The Martin Luther Church in the district of Lohe in the town of Bad Oeynhausen is the parish church of the Evangelical Lutheran parish of Lohe, which belongs to the church district of Vlotho of the Evangelical Church of Westphalia.
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