Playgrounds

Playground in Claes Park

Address

Waidstraße 52
99974 Mühlhausen

Play areas in the local recreation area Schwanenteich

Address

Schwanenteichallee 35
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground at Kristanplatz

Address

Kristanplatz 7
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground at the Petriteich

Address

Petriteich
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground in the Regensgasse

Address

Regensgasse 10
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground "An der Unstrut"

Address

An der Unstrut 4
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground "Turning Loop at the White House"

Address

Am Stadtwald 52
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground at the "Hoher Graben"

Address

Wahlstraße 94/96
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground at Lindenbühl

Address

Lindenbühl
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Hanseviertel

Address

Hamburger Straße 38
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Sachsensiedlung

Address

Thüringer Straße 24-30
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Schlotheimer Ring

Address

Forstbergstraße 38-41
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Stüler-/Tilesiusstraße

Address

Stülerstraße 3
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Weinbergstraße

Address

Graßhofstraße 2
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Vogteier Platz

Address

Vogteier Platz 3
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground in the Rieseninger

Address

Stadtpark 1
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Windeberg

Address

Am Anger
99974 Mühlhausen OT Windeberg

Playground Seebach

Address

Brühl 1
99974 Mulhouse OT Seebach

Playground Saalfeld

Address

Hauptstraße 18
99974 Mühlhausen OT Saalfeld

Playground Höngeda

Address

Alte Schulstraße 24
99974 Mühlhausen OT Höngeda

Playground Grabe

Address

Hauptstraße 40
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Bollstedt

Address

Unter den Linden 19
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Felchta

Address

Mühlhäuser Straße 139
99974 Mühlhausen

Playground Görmar

Address

Am Backsgarten 2
99974 Mühlhausen

Football pitch Wendewehr

Address

Wendewehrstraße 66
99974 Mühlhausen

Football pitch on Neuer Ufer

Address

Am Neuen Ufer 23
99974 Mühlhausen

Pollexweg football pitch

Address

Pollexweg
99974 Mühlhausen

Skatepark Old Cemetery

Address

Langensalzaer Straße
99974 Mühlhausen

Football field at the Aue

Address

Auf der Aue 1
99974 Mühlhausen

Parks & Gardens

Park "An der Burg

The park An der Burg covers an area of 10,600m² at the gates of the medieval town centre. It was once under water, as one of several fish ponds was located between the moat and the city wall until the early 19th century. These...

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The park An der Burg covers an area of 10,600m² at the gates of the medieval town centre. It was once under water, as one of several fish ponds was located between the moat and the city wall until the early 19th century. These were initially filled in and later converted into meadows and green spaces.

Among other things, the oldest Gingko tree in the city can be found here: with a height of 23m and a trunk circumference of over 3.60m. In the heart of the park there was once a war memorial for the war of 1870/71. Today, the city plants the most beautiful seasonal flowers and perennials there every year.

Address

An der Burg
99974 Mühlhausen

Garden monument Lindenbühl

The Lindenbühl was first mentioned in 1316 and is named after the lime trees (Linden) planted in the moat and the vernacular word for hill (Bühl). As part of the fortification system the moat protected the medieval city for many...

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The Lindenbühl was first mentioned in 1316 and is named after the lime trees (Linden) planted in the moat and the vernacular word for hill (Bühl). As part of the fortification system the moat protected the medieval city for many centuries. In the 19th century gardening inspector Adolf Pollex oversaw the transformation into a promenade. Numerous mansions were built along this green belt, and when a new grammar school was erected in 1867, which today houses the Museum of Mühlhausen, the city wall was partly torn down.

Address

Lindenbühl
99974 Mühlhausen

Hirschgraben

The rampart along the Hirschgraben opens up a decelerating ramble from Pfortenstraße to Blobach for visitors. Magnificent views of the northwestern city wall, the church of St. Petri, which was redesigned by the Teutonic Order...

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The rampart along the Hirschgraben opens up a decelerating ramble from Pfortenstraße to Blobach for visitors. Magnificent views of the northwestern city wall, the church of St. Petri, which was redesigned by the Teutonic Order from 1356 onwards, and the parklands a little lower down take visitors on a very special journey through time.

At the foot of the Hirschgraben, a monument commemorates the musician and conductor Carl Steinhäuser, who died in Mühlhausen. Another stone with the inscription "Amicitia nos iungit" refers to the town friendship between Mühlhausen and Münster, 300km away.

On the approximately 450m long promenade to the Mühlhäuser Blobach, nature lovers can enjoy an enchanting view of the battlements with their towers in the middle of the town and of the Petri and Pfortenteich green spaces on the other side. Small and large strollers discover striking faces immortalized in a wooden trunk.

At the edge of the path a memorial plaque reminds of the stay of Queen Luise with her husband King of Prussia Friedrich Wilhelm III in Mühlhausen. This spot, which at that time still offered a wide view of the open countryside, has since been known as "Luisen-Ruh".

Address

Hirschgraben
99974 Mühlhausen

Monastery garden of the Corn Market Church

The former monastery church of St. Crucis now houses an exhibition that provides information about the course, highlights and aftermath of the German Peasants' War in the context of the time. The monastery garden, a green gem in...

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The former monastery church of St. Crucis now houses an exhibition that provides information about the course, highlights and aftermath of the German Peasants' War in the context of the time. The monastery garden, a green gem in the middle of the old town, is an insider tip.

The monastery garden was designed according to the ideas of the medieval scholar Albertus Magnus. He transformed the kitchen garden into a "pleasure garden", where not only herbs but plants that served the general stimulation of all the senses were at home. This concept and the importance of plants are presented during regular guided tours through the monastery garden in the area of the former cloister of the Kornmarktkirche.

Address

Kornmarkt
99974 Mühlhausen

Claes-Park

The Claes Park is the youngest park in Mühlhausen. It was created on the former factory site of Claes & Flentje, which covers an area of just under 5000m². Sewing and knitting machines as well as bicycles once went from...

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The Claes Park is the youngest park in Mühlhausen. It was created on the former factory site of Claes & Flentje, which covers an area of just under 5000m². Sewing and knitting machines as well as bicycles once went from Mühlhausen into the world. Since 2015, a memorial stone commemorates the company founder Ernst Bernhard Claes.

Today, the park is a combination of recreational area, playground and fitness track. Visitors can keep fit with balance and equilibrium exercises as well as strength training at a total of 5 sports stations. A special eye-catcher is an approximately 3m high climbing element in the shape of a C, which is a reminder of the history of the park area.

Address

Waidstraße 55
99974 Mühlhausen

Petriteich

Fish once swam in the idyllic Petri pond, feeding Mühlhausen's townspeople. Following on from this, a children's playground was created in the middle of the green spaces in 2020, with oversized fish reminiscent of fantasy worlds...

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Fish once swam in the idyllic Petri pond, feeding Mühlhausen's townspeople. Following on from this, a children's playground was created in the middle of the green spaces in 2020, with oversized fish reminiscent of fantasy worlds above and below the water.

Together with the neighbouring Pfortenteich, the Petriteich embeds its visitors in 12,000m² of greenery. As an extension of the park An der Burg, together they offer almost 23,000m² of recreational space. Simply stroll along the green spaces along the well-preserved city wall and discover the city from a completely different perspective.

Address

Petriteich
99974 Mühlhausen

Hoher Graben

The Hohe Graben was the eastern bank of the former Itschenteiche, which were located in front of the western gates of the city wall. Today, visitors can walk along its crest as an extension of the Hirschgraben wall from Blobach...

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The Hohe Graben was the eastern bank of the former Itschenteiche, which were located in front of the western gates of the city wall. Today, visitors can walk along its crest as an extension of the Hirschgraben wall from Blobach to Lentzeplatz and on towards Lindenbühl.

In addition to breathtaking views of the churches of St. Mary's and St. Jacob's, the Hohe Graben with its historic lanterns and wrought-iron railings has a French feel. Coming from Lentzeplatz, a 24m high Dutch elm welcomes its guests and invites them to over 12,000m² of green bathing.

Address

Blobach
99974 Mühlhausen