Events in

Neumünster 2021

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Shopping in


  • McArthurGlen Designer Outlet  — only 500 meter vom the Hotel Wittorf
    Oderstraße 10 • 24539 Neumünster
    Tel: +49 (0)4321 55 86 88 0
    Over 100 shops offer well-known national and international fashion and designer brands at 30 to 70 percent discount. Two children’s playgrounds and one game hall provide entertainment for the kids.


  • Nortex Mode-Center — only 5 minutes by car from Hotel Wittorf
    Grüner Weg 9–11 • 24539 Neumünster
    Tel: +49 (0)4321 8700-0
    Nortex offers clothing for the entire family! With 240 international fashion brands of all sizes on a 10,000 m² sales area under one roof, fashion is offered for every occasion. A parking lot with 600 free parking spaces right in front of the door offers ease of parking.


  • Holsten-Galerie  — City center, only 10 minutes by car from Hotel Wittorf
    Gänsemarkt 1 • 24534 Neumünster
    Tel: +49 (0)4321 851380
    90 different shops including top brands in the shopping center of the heart of Neumünster. There are plenty of parking spaces in the multi-level car park and on the parking deck on top of the shopping mall.


Shopping sundays in Neumünster:

  Planned on the 27th of September und 25th of October 2020.

Sources: Homepage of the individual shopping venues / Tourism flyer of the city of Neumünster / Wikipedia

Sightseeing in and around


  • Old town hall
    Großflecken 59, 25934 Neumünster
    In the middle of the city center, it is worth taking a look at the Neumünster administration building: the old town hall. The eaves-facing building was built from 1898 to 1900 in the neo-Gothic style and was supposed to reflect the economic prosperity of the city at the time. The two oriel towers on either side of the entrance are also iconic. Mosaics have been added to the central gable and the upper floor parapets. They show the development of Neumünster from the founding of the monastery to an industrial city. The interior council chamber is bathed in subdued light through stained glass windows. In the meantime it has been expanded with additions. The town hall has been declared as a historic monument building since 1983.


  • Museum Tuch + Technik
    Kleinflecken 1 • 24534 Neumünster
    Telefon: 04321 – 559 58 20
    The Cloth and Technology Textile Museum Neumünster is a museum about the history of textile production in the city of Neumünster in Schleswig-Holstein. The Museum Tuch + Technik shows the history of the ancient handicraft of spinning, weaving and cloth making from the beginning until today. The museum gives an insight into the 2000 year history of this craft and some exhibits can be tried out by yourself.


  • Gerisch  sculpture park
    Brachenfelder Straße 69 • 24536 Neumünster
    Telefon +49 (0) 4321 555120
    The Gerisch Sculpture Park is named after the Gerisch couple and offers a three-hectare landscape park. The historical reform garden of Lübeck garden architect Harry Maasz has been restored. Winding paths, wooden bridges, water lily ponds and hidden benches invite you to linger.


  • Neumünster Zoo
    Geerdtsstraße 100 • 24537 Neumünster
    Telefon: +49 (0) 4321 51402
    The Neumünster zoo houses around 700 animals from 100 species of mammals, birds and reptiles on 24 hectares. The motto “Education through emotion” can be experienced up close by visitors – as can Germany’s largest polar bear “Vitus”, who, with his height of 3.60 meters, can be observed imposingly on the underwater pane. And the Barbary macaques look forward to close contact in the walk-in outdoor enclosure. The paths are suitable for wheelchairs.


  • Arche Warder Zoo
    can be reached over the highway A7 in 25 minutes from Hotel Wittorf
    Langwedeler Weg 11, 24646 Warder
    Tel: +49 (0)4329 9134-0
    Almost all animals in Warder’s Ark have something in common: They are on the “Red List of Endangered Livestock Breeds”. On 40 hectares, sheep, pigs, horses, goats, donkeys, chickens and cattle are kept and further bred according to their different requirements, in a species-appropriate manner.


  • Vicelin Church
    According to the design of the Copenhagen chief building director Christian Frederik Hansen, the Protestant church in the classical style was built from 1829 to 1834. It is considered to be the most important classical church building in Schleswig-Holstein and is a landmark of Neumünster. The gallery church made of yellow bricks stands in the southeast of the oldest settlement in Neumünster “Kleinflecken”.


  • Church of St. Maria-St. Vicelin
    In 1893 the Catholic Church of St. Maria-St. Vicelin inaugurated in Neumünster. The church, built in neo-Romanesque style, was planned by architect Emil Brettschneider from Hamburg-Eimsbüttel based on a design by cathedral builder Alexander Behnes (Osnabrück). It was spared from the effects of the war and was completely renovated for the first time in 1965. From 1993 to 1995 it was completely renovated and restored again.


  • Anschar Church
    The Anschar Church was built according to the plans of the local architect Hans Roß as the second Protestant church in Neumünster and was consecrated in 1913. Badly hit by bombs in November 1944, the Anschar Church burned down completely and was rebuilt in a simple form by the architect Fritz Hain Sr., who had already helped the first time. The inauguration took place on February 25, 1951. The Anschar Church has now been declared a historic monument.

Sources: Homepage of the individual venues / Flyer of the city of Neumünster Tourismus / Wikipedia