Explore interesting sights in Hagen, 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 16 sights are available in Hagen, Germany.Sightseeing Tours in Hagen
The Raffenburg, also known as Raffenberg Castle, is the ruin of a hilltop castle in the Hohenlimburg district of the city of Hagen in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is located on the summit of the wooded Raffenberg in the middle of the Raffenberg nature reserve west of the Hohenlimburg town centre and east of the Hagen district of Holthausen. On the northeast side of the mountain, the B 7 separates the hill from the Lenneaue, which is more than 120 m lower. On the flatter south side of the mountain, a path leads up to the complex. It starts at the Piepenbrink hikers' car park near the fairytale forest. The Raffenburg is located in the Raffenberg nature reserve.
2. Karl-Ernst-Osthaus Museum
The Karl Ernst Osthaus-Museum is an art museum in Hagen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. The center of the museum is a building whose interior was designed by Henry van de Velde to house Karl Ernst Osthaus' art collection, open to the public as the Museum Folkwang. When Osthaus' heirs sold his art collection to the city of Essen, the city of Hagen gained possession of the empty museum building. For a time it served as offices for the local electric company.
The Church of the Holy Spirit is the church of the Catholic parish of the Holy Spirit in Hagen (Westphalia) in the Emst district. The foundation stone was laid on May 9, 1954. The consecration took place on 12 June 1955 by the Auxiliary Bishop of Paderborn, Franz Hengsbach. The church was designed by the well-known Cologne architect Dominikus Böhm, who had a decisive influence on church building in Germany in the post-war years.
4. Hagen Hauptbahnhof
Hagen Hauptbahnhof is a railway station serving the city of Hagen in western Germany. It is an important rail hub for the southeastern Ruhr area, offering regional and long distance connections. The station was opened in 1848 as part of the Bergisch-Märkische Railway Company's Elberfeld–Dortmund line and is one of the few stations in the Ruhr valley to retain its original station hall, which dates back to 1910.
5. Hünenpforte (Höhleneinsturz)
The Hünenpforte is a limestone rock in the Hagen district of Holthausen in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is located within the Hünenpforte nature reserve and lies above Hohenlimburger Straße at the end of the mass limestone range, on which the Raffenburg is also located. The view from the Hünenpforte extends over the Lenne Valley to Hohensyburg Castle and the Ruhr Valley.
6. Schloss Hohenlimburg
Hohenlimburg Castle is the only hilltop castle in Westphalia that has been largely preserved in its original medieval state. Located on the Schlossberg of Hohenlimburg in North Rhine-Westphalia, the ensemble of city and castle is also called the Westphalian Heidelberg because of its picturesque location. In 1975, the city of Hohenlimburg was incorporated into the city of Hagen.
The Kaisberg is a 185 m high hill east of the Harkortsee north of Hagen-Vorhalle. The layers of the Carboniferous, which form the ridge of the mountain, are among the deepest Sprockhövel layers, and the deeper Sengsbank seam is one of the oldest coal-bearing layers in the Ruhr area. The sandstone gives its name to the Kaisberg Formation.
8. Emil Schuhmacher Museum
The Emil Schumacher Museum is an art museum and part of the Kunstquartier in Hagen and dedicated to the internationally important painter Emil Schumacher, who was born in Hagen. It was opened on 28 August 2009 in the run-up to the Capital of Culture year RUHR.2010 in a specially constructed new building.
9. Kulturzentrum Pelmke
The Pelmke Cultural Centre is one of four independent cultural centres in the city of Hagen, along with the AllerWeltHaus, the Hasper Hammer and the Hohenlimburger Werkhof. It is located in the district of Wehringhausen. The managing director of the Kulturzentrum Pelmke e. V. is Katharina Müller-Kinne.
The Rücklenburg is the remnant of a hilltop castle on the ridge of the Hünenpforte above the street "Alte Stadt" in the Hagen district of Holthausen in North Rhine-Westphalia, which is shrouded in legends and myths. The remains of the castle are located within the Hünenpforte nature reserve.
Hohenhof is a 1908-built Art Nouveau villa, located within Gartenstadt Hohenhagen in the city of Hagen, Germany. The villa was designed by Belgian architect Henry van de Velde as a Gesamtkunstwerk - incorporating shell, accessories, furnishings, landscape and all into the building's design.
12. Arbeitersiedlung Walddorfstraße
The workers' settlement Walddorfstraße of the Hagen textile industry Gebr. Elbers AG in Hagen (Westphalia) was planned by the Munich architect Richard Riemerschmid. Her name is closely associated with the Hagen impulse and the great Hagen patron of the arts, Karl Ernst Osthaus.
13. Villa Cuno
The Villa Cuno is a villa built in 1909/10 according to a design by Peter Behrens and construction management by Walter Gropius for the mayor of Hagen Willi Cuno in Hagen-Eppenhausen, Haßleyer Straße 35. It has been used by a kindergarten since the mid-1990s.
14. Haus Harkorten
The Elbers textile factory was a company in Hagen that existed from 1822 to 1932. Located in the center of Hagen, the premises of the cotton textile factory were of great importance for the economic development of the city.
16. Wasserschloss Werdringen
The moated castle Werdringen is a moated castle in Hagen-Vorhalle near the Ruhr on the Harkortsee below the Kaisberg. It houses a supra-regional museum of prehistory and early history in an outbuilding.
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