7 Sights in Havixbeck, Germany (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Havixbeck, 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 7 sights are available in Havixbeck, Germany.

List of cities in Germany Sightseeing Tours in Havixbeck

1. Burg Hülshoff

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Hülshoff Castle is a typical Münsterland moated castle, which was first mentioned in a document in the 11th century. Its name probably derives from the noble ministerial family Hüls (Hulse) zu Kleve, the presumed builders of the castle, who descended from the Counts of Tecklenburg. It lies between Havixbeck and the Münster suburb of Roxel and has belonged to the municipality of Havixbeck since 1975. The castle was owned by Barons Droste zu Hülshoff from 1417 to 2012 and is the birthplace and parental home of the poet Annette von Droste-Hülshoff and other prominent members of the family.

Wikipedia: Burg Hülshoff (DE), Website

2. Haus Stapel

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Haus Stapel near Havixbeck, North Rhine-Westphalia, is one of the largest moated castles in Westphalia. The main house, completed in 1827, was built in the style of classicism by Ernst Konstantin von Droste zu Hülshoff, the older outer bailey dates from Baroque times, the complex was for centuries the seat of the hereditary family von Kerckerinck.

Wikipedia: Haus Stapel (DE)

3. Baumberger-Sandstein- Museum

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The Baumberg Sandstone Museum in Havixbeck near Münster is dedicated to the fine-grained yellow Baumberger sandstone (limestone sandstone) quarried in the nearby Baumberge. Equipment, tools, typical sandstone products and historical stone sculptures are exhibited and the everyday work of stonemasons in the Middle Ages is shown.

Wikipedia: Baumberger Sandsteinmuseum (DE), Website

4. Haus Havixbeck

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Haus Havixbeck Original: Dietmar Rabich (Abgeleitetes Werk: Sir Gawain) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Havixbeck house is one of the numerous water locks typical of the Münsterland. The facility is located in the municipality of Havixbeck in the Coesfeld district and is listed. Although the system is sometimes also called Wasserburg Haus Havixbeck, the system is a castle and not a castle.

Wikipedia: Haus Havixbeck (DE)

5. Poppenbecker Kreuz

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Poppenbecker Kreuz Günter Seggebäing, Coesfeld / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Poppenbecker Kreuz is a richly decorated, late Gothic stone cross from the late 15th century in the Poppenbeck farmer near Havixbeck, Coesfeld district, in the Münsterland. It is reminiscent of the death of the knight swer of Bevern from Havixbeck.

Wikipedia: Poppenbecker Kreuz (DE)

6. St. Dionysius Kirche

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The Roman Catholic parish church Sankt Dionysius is a listed church building on the church square in Havixbeck in the district of Coesfeld (North Rhine-Westphalia). The parish of Havixbeck also includes the collegiate church of Hohenholte.

Wikipedia: St. Dionysius (Havixbeck) (DE)

7. Barfußweg Startpunkt

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Tilbeck Abbey is an institution for living and working on the outskirts of the municipality of Havixbeck. The campus at the Tilbeck site and the outdoor residential groups are operated by Stift Tilbeck GmbH.

Wikipedia: Stift Tilbeck (DE), Website


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