Finow Water Tower

Industrial culture , Museums , Observation towers
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The Finow water tower is the landmark of the Finowtal Valley. It was built in 1917/18 by Hirsch Kupfer- und Messingwerke AG to supply the region's industrial companies. The tower was designed by the architect Paul Mebes (1872-1938) from Berlin, one of the leading pioneers of modern urban planning. The tower is of significance in the history of architecture not just in the region, it is one of the earliest examples of brick expressionism in Germany interspersed with Gothic style elements.
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  • Finower Wasserturm
  • Finower Wasserturm
  • Finower Wasserturm, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • Aussicht vom Finower Wasserturm
  • Ansicht von unten, Foto: Stadt Eberswalde
  • Wasserturm Finow, Foto: K.-D. Laffin
A wheelchair accessible lift takes visitors to the museum on the second floor in 44 seconds. The 300-year history of the factory is presented in the former water tank. Group tours of the historical brass works settlement and the works of art by Cesar Klein can also be arranged over the telephone.

Last but not least, the tower affords stunning views. From the museum, 40 steps take you up to the 44-metre high viewing platform. From here, you can see the Finowtal valley and on a clear day as far as the television tower on Berlin's Alexanderplatz.
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The Finow water tower is the landmark of the Finowtal Valley. It was built in 1917/18 by Hirsch Kupfer- und Messingwerke AG to supply the region's industrial companies. The tower was designed by the architect Paul Mebes (1872-1938) from Berlin, one of the leading pioneers of modern urban planning. The tower is of significance in the history of architecture not just in the region, it is one of the earliest examples of brick expressionism in Germany interspersed with Gothic style elements.
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  • Finower Wasserturm
  • Finower Wasserturm
  • Finower Wasserturm, Foto: Jan Hoffmann
  • Aussicht vom Finower Wasserturm
  • Ansicht von unten, Foto: Stadt Eberswalde
A wheelchair accessible lift takes visitors to the museum on the second floor in 44 seconds. The 300-year history of the factory is presented in the former water tank. Group tours of the historical brass works settlement and the works of art by Cesar Klein can also be arranged over the telephone.

Last but not least, the tower affords stunning views. From the museum, 40 steps take you up to the 44-metre high viewing platform. From here, you can see the Finowtal valley and on a clear day as far as the television tower on Berlin's Alexanderplatz.
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Comfort Information

  • Leisuretime
    Visitor parking
    • Distance of visitor parking to the entrance (in meters, approx.): 20
    Flooring
    • Level, trip-free flooring everywhere (inside and outside)
    Guest bathroom
    • Guest toilet is accessible without stairs
    Additional info
    • There are enough seats available
    • Handrails on all stairs
    • Changing facility for infants

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Am Wasserturm 2

16227 Eberswalde

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WITO Barnim GmbH

Alfred-Nobel-Str. 1
16225 Eberswalde

Tel.: +49 (0) 3334-59100
Fax: +49 (0) 3334-59222

Weather Today, 8. 12.

-2 2
Possible light rain (with a chance of 1–2 cm. of snow) in the morning and afternoon.

  • Friday
    -3 1
  • Saturday
    -3 0

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