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- A city full of history and culture
is a city in the western Münsterland region with a rich history and many historic buildings. Particularly worth seeing are the city fortifications with the Lüdinghauser Gate, the oldest church St. Viktor, and the second Catholic church Heilig-Kreuz. Various parks such as the Dülmen
Wildlife Park and the Castle Park also invite you to linger.
The city fortifications with the Lüdinghauser Gate are an impressive structure from the 14th century. It is the only preserved city gate of Dülmen
and served as a defense against enemies in earlier times. Today it is a popular photo motif for tourists.
The oldest church St. Viktor dates back to the 12th century and is an important example of Romanesque architecture in Westphalia. The church was rebuilt and expanded several times over the centuries, but its original character remained intact.
The second Catholic church Heilig-Kreuz was built in the neo-Gothic style and is an impressive example of 19th-century architecture. The church has a magnificent interior with numerous works of art.
In addition to the historic buildings, Dülmen
also offers various parks that invite you to linger. The Dülmen
Wildlife Park is a popular destination for families and nature lovers. Here visitors can observe the Dülmen
wild horse, a robust small horse breed, in its natural habitat.
The Castle Park is another beautiful park in Dülmen
that extends around Dülmen
Castle. The castle was built in the 17th century and formerly served as a residence for the Prince-Bishops of Münster.
Music lovers get their money's worth in Dülmen
because there are a variety of music associations and groups ranging from choirs and music bands to rock and Irish folk music.
In addition to historic buildings and nature, Dülmen
also offers numerous leisure activities. There is a leisure pool, bike paths, and regular events such as the wild horse capture in May and the Dülmen
summer with music and street theater. Sporting events such as the Adler Cup and the Nikolauslauf also take place here.
is also known for its many churches and chapels as well as nature reserves such as the Merfelder Bruch, where wild horses live in the wild. The city archive preserves written and audiovisual evidence of the city's history.
If you are planning a longer stay in Dülmen
, you will find a cozy accommodation with free Wi-Fi at Hotel van Lendt - Ihr Frühstückshotel
garni in the Buldern district of Dülmen
, 25 km from Münster. Each room has a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.
is a city with a diverse cultural and leisure landscape that has something to offer for everyone. Whether you are interested in history, nature, or music - everyone will find something here!
*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.