Here you will find practical tips and further information for your stay.
is a city rich in historical buildings and sights. The Lambertikirche, a Gothic hall church, is a destination for pilgrims who worship the Coesfelder
Kreuz. The Jesuit church and the former synagogue were rebuilt after fires and are now used as places of worship. Thirteen ox figures, designed by the Münsterland Art Association, can be found in the city.
Unfortunately, many older citizen houses were destroyed or later demolished during World War II. Some significant landmarks fell victim to this. However, there are still some preserved buildings from the 16th century that can be admired. Coesfeld
has many historical buildings, including the Walkenbrückentor and the Pulverturm.
Outside the city, there is the Anna-Katharina-Emmerick-Haus and Varlar Castle. The Anna-Katharina-Emmerick-Haus is the birthplace of the mystic of the same name and is now used as a museum. Varlar Castle is an impressive water castle from the 17th century and now houses a restaurant.
open-air stage was founded in 1951 and offers a varied program of theater performances and concerts every year. The Kurt Ernsting Foundation financed the Coesfeld
Concert Theater, which also offers a wide range of cultural events.
, there are various neighborhoods that are dedicated to maintaining social contacts and customs. Particularly noteworthy here are the shooting clubs that celebrate their shooting festivals every summer.
The St.-Vincenz-Hospital specializes in surgery, pediatrics, gynecology, obstetrics, and cardiology and offers excellent medical care for residents of Coesfeld
and its surroundings. There is also a local group of the Technical Relief Agency and a German Red Cross rescue station.
has some special sights such as the Anna-Katharina-Emmerick-Haus and the remains of Jansburg. There are also many parks and natural monuments such as the Seven Springs, the Sitter on the Coesfelder
Berg, and the colored sands. The Great Way of the Cross and medieval fortifications are other interesting places.
There are several cemeteries in the city, including an old Jewish cemetery. Forest burials are possible in the Ruheforst Coesfeld
If you are looking for a hotel
, we recommend the Hotel Brauhaus Stephanus
. The hotel
is only a 10-minute walk from Coesfeld
train station and offers its own brewed beer as well as Westphalian cuisine. Look forward to the sauna, the pretty garden with terrace, and the children's playground.
offers a variety of attractions for every taste as well as good medical care and numerous leisure activities. Visit this charming city in the heart of Westphalia!
*This text has been compiled and rewritten from various sources. Unfortunately, errors and mistakes cannot be completely ruled out. Please understand if there is an error or if a sight is a bit further away. For your travel planning, please also consider other sources. Of course, we will correct any errors immediately. Feel free to send us an email with your correction suggestions. We would be very grateful for that.