6 Sights in Bad Segeberg, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Bad Segeberg, 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 6 sights are available in Bad Segeberg, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Bad Segeberg

1. Museum Alt-Segeberger Bürgerhaus

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The Alt-Segeberger Bürgerhaus was already known at the end of the 19th century as the oldest house in the city of Segeberg and is today one of the few preserved small-town houses in Schleswig-Holstein from the early modern period. As a simple hall house, it was built in 1541 in half-timbered construction with brick infill and expanded and rebuilt several times in the following centuries. Since its thorough renovation in 1963/64, it has included the "Heimatmuseum" of the town of Bad Segeberg. In its historic rooms, exhibits from the petty-bourgeois living and working world of the 19th and 20th centuries were shown in the first decades. After taking over the sponsorship by the Volkshochschule Bad Segeberg in 2012, successively newly designed permanent exhibitions on historical topics of the city were created.

Wikipedia: Alt-Segeberger Bürgerhaus (DE)

2. Marienkirche

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The Marienkirche in Bad Segeberg's city centre was built from about 1160 as a church of Segeberg Abbey, making it the oldest three-aisled vaulted basilica of the brick Romanesque in North Elbia and the architectural model for the younger cathedrals in Lübeck and Ratzeburg. Today it is the church of the Evangelical Lutheran parish of Segeberg.

Wikipedia: Marienkirche (Bad Segeberg) (DE), Url

3. Noctalis – Welt der Fledermäuse

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Noctalis – Welt der Fledermäuse is a bat centre in Bad Segeberg, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It was opened on 1 March 2006 and is the first of its kind in Germany. The Noctalis is located in the immediate vicinity of the natural monument Kalkberghöhle in Bad Segeberg, one of the largest German hibernation grounds for over 30,000 bats.

Wikipedia: Noctalis (DE), Facebook, Website

4. Rantzau-Kapelle

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The Rantzau Chapel in Bad Segeberg in Schleswig-Holstein is a 1770 successor to the Rantzau pyramid, which Heinrich Rantzau had built in 1588. The chapel is located in Hamburger Straße in the immediate vicinity of the so-called Rantzau Obelisk, another monument from the time of Heinrich Rantzau.

Wikipedia: Rantzau-Kapelle (DE)

5. Wasserturm

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The Segeberger Water Tower was built between 1907 and 1910 and is located near Kalkberg. Until 1977, it was the guarantee of water pressure balance in Bad Segeberg, and then it was empty for several years. In 1988, it was listed as a historical site.

Wikipedia: Wasserturm Bad Segeberg (DE)

6. Segeberger Kalkberghöhle

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The Segeberger Kalkberghöhle is located in the Kalkberg of Bad Segeberg, an anhydrite or gypsum rock raised by salt tectonics in the middle of the young moraine landscape of the East Holstein hill country.

Wikipedia: Kalkberghöhle (DE), Website

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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