Kunst, Kultur, Natur Bad Freienwalde Tour - Discovery Tour

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Length: 7 km
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The successful story of the oldest spa town in Mark Brandenburg started with the discovery of springs with healing powers in 1684. From 1840, moor bath treatments for a variety of disorders were provided here, which meant that Bad Freienwalde was granted the title of a Moor Baths and Moor Spa from 1864. It only took its present name in 1925.
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  • Schlossskulptur; Foto: TV SOS, Foto: TV SOS
  • Schild Konzerthalle, Foto: Michael Schön, Foto: Michael Schön
  • Schanzenanlage, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
  • Schanzenanlage, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
  • Rathaus Bad Freienwalde, Foto: Michael Schön, Foto: Michael Schön
  • Oderlandmuseum, Foto: TV SOS, Foto: TV SOS
  • Kurmittelhaus, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
  • Bad Freienwalde, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
  • Bad Freienwalde, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
  • Schloss Freienwalde, Foto Michael Schön, Foto: Michael Schön
Length: 7 kilometres (2 hours)

Start / finish: Bad Freienwalde

Logo/route sign: not specified

Arrival/departure from Berlin by the RE3 (Schwedt) to Eberswalde. From here, continue by taking the RB60 (Wrietzen) to Bad Freienwalde (about 1 hour).

Route description: The healing powers attracted many wealthy people. A walk through the spa gardens, created in the18th century to plans by Lenné will open up a fantastic view from the chapel above the adjoining clinic across the historic complex, with the Old Spa House, the Kurfürsten Spring and the therapy centre. It was built in 1788-90 on behalf of King Frederick William II by Carl Gotthard Langhans as a bathing and lodging house for visiting nobles. The historic town centre, with over 100 magnificent listed villas and town houses in the Wilhelminian style, also shows how magnificent this popular spa town is. Freienwalde Castle is now a memorial to its former owner, the industrialist, critic of his times, author and Foreign Minister of the Weimar Republic, Dr. Walther Rathenau, who was murdered in 1922. Culture is also important in the town. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend a concert in Kirche St. Georg church, which has been converted into a concert hall, or a visit to Oderland Museum or the Haus der Naturpflege.

Sights:
  • Kirche St. Nikolai church
  • Oderland Museum Bad Freienwalde
  • Historic town centre
  • Freienwalde Castle/Tea House - Memorial to Walther Rathenau
  • Eulenturm (Owl Tower)
  • "Haus der Naturpflege” display and teaching garden
  • Schanzenturm (Ski Jump Tower)
  • Bad Freienwalde spa gardens

Possible combinations:

  • Tower Hiking Route
  • Oderland route

Underfoot conditions/surface: Not specified

Maps/Literature:

  • "Radwander- und Wanderkarte Angermünde, Eberswalde, Bad Freienwalde (Oder) und Umgebung", 1:35.000, Verlag: Barthel, A, Auflage: 2 (1. August 2015), ISBN-13: 978-3895911019, Euro 4.90

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The successful story of the oldest spa town in Mark Brandenburg started with the discovery of springs with healing powers in 1684. From 1840, moor bath treatments for a variety of disorders were provided here, which meant that Bad Freienwalde was granted the title of a Moor Baths and Moor Spa from 1864. It only took its present name in 1925.
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  • Schlossskulptur; Foto: TV SOS, Foto: TV SOS
  • Schild Konzerthalle, Foto: Michael Schön, Foto: Michael Schön
  • Schanzenanlage, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
  • Schanzenanlage, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
  • Rathaus Bad Freienwalde, Foto: Michael Schön, Foto: Michael Schön
  • Oderlandmuseum, Foto: TV SOS, Foto: TV SOS
  • Kurmittelhaus, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
  • Bad Freienwalde, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
  • Bad Freienwalde, Foto: Tibor Rostek, Foto: Tibor Rostek
Length: 7 kilometres (2 hours)

Start / finish: Bad Freienwalde

Logo/route sign: not specified

Arrival/departure from Berlin by the RE3 (Schwedt) to Eberswalde. From here, continue by taking the RB60 (Wrietzen) to Bad Freienwalde (about 1 hour).

Route description: The healing powers attracted many wealthy people. A walk through the spa gardens, created in the18th century to plans by Lenné will open up a fantastic view from the chapel above the adjoining clinic across the historic complex, with the Old Spa House, the Kurfürsten Spring and the therapy centre. It was built in 1788-90 on behalf of King Frederick William II by Carl Gotthard Langhans as a bathing and lodging house for visiting nobles. The historic town centre, with over 100 magnificent listed villas and town houses in the Wilhelminian style, also shows how magnificent this popular spa town is. Freienwalde Castle is now a memorial to its former owner, the industrialist, critic of his times, author and Foreign Minister of the Weimar Republic, Dr. Walther Rathenau, who was murdered in 1922. Culture is also important in the town. Don’t miss the opportunity to attend a concert in Kirche St. Georg church, which has been converted into a concert hall, or a visit to Oderland Museum or the Haus der Naturpflege.

Sights:
  • Kirche St. Nikolai church
  • Oderland Museum Bad Freienwalde
  • Historic town centre
  • Freienwalde Castle/Tea House - Memorial to Walther Rathenau
  • Eulenturm (Owl Tower)
  • "Haus der Naturpflege” display and teaching garden
  • Schanzenturm (Ski Jump Tower)
  • Bad Freienwalde spa gardens

Possible combinations:

  • Tower Hiking Route
  • Oderland route

Underfoot conditions/surface: Not specified

Maps/Literature:

  • "Radwander- und Wanderkarte Angermünde, Eberswalde, Bad Freienwalde (Oder) und Umgebung", 1:35.000, Verlag: Barthel, A, Auflage: 2 (1. August 2015), ISBN-13: 978-3895911019, Euro 4.90

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Am Bahnhof

16259 Bad Freienwalde

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Fax: +49 (0) 33631-868102

Weather Today, 17. 8.

19 33
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Thursday
    21 33
  • Friday
    20 26

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