The Wunderblutkirche church, Bad Wilsnack's imposing landmark and many restored half-timbered houses on the Große Strasse have a history of over 630 years. From a pilgrimage site for hundreds of thousands people from all over Europe, the town near the River Elbe has evolved into a well-known spa through the discovery of ferruginous moorland and thermal brine springs. Today, Bad Wilsnack has become a modern and attractive spa town offering people rest and relaxation between the cities of Berlin and Hamburg.
The town information centre is located in Bad Wilsnack railway station. There you will find information about the town, the surrounding area and the spa facilities in the form of literature, maps and brochures. You can also get tickets for events and tickets for public transport in Brandenburg and Berlin. The building also houses a farm shop and toilets.