Historical tourist attractions

Motte Castle Lütjenburg

In Nienthal you can find a reconstruction of a medieval castle – the motte castle. The relative positions of the buildings on the castle site are based on historical examples. Every year there are three major events: The Viking Camp at Whitsun, the Medieval Rallye in the middle of July and the Lütjenburg Festival at the beginning of September. There are also various weekend promotions, excursions, lectures, markets and much more besides throughout the year.

Opening hours:        
The site of the motte castle near Lütjenburg can be visited all year round with some restrictions. The houses in the interior area can be viewed if groups or staff are present.

Entry:
Entry is free but a donation is requested at the exit.
Events: € 5.00 adult day ticket, € 3.00 children's day ticket from the age of 6,
entry for members is free

Guided tours:
May to September on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 3 p.m.
Contribution: € 3.00 for adults and € 2.00 for children from the age of 6.

For other guided tours and larger groups we would ask you to register in advance at: Turmhuegelburg@freenet.de

Mandy Baer, Tel. +49 4381 91 88 47 or  +49 162 42 38 167

Directions (Sat-Nav):
24321 Lütjenburg, Bunendorp

www.turmhuegelburg.de

Ice Age Museum Lütjenburg

The museum is designed primarily as an information centre. It shows how the powerful ice sheets carried Scandinavian rocks many hundreds of kilometres to North Germany and how ice and melting waters left their mark on the countryside. At the same time, the museum offers an interactive experience where there are many things which you are allowed to touch:  a mammoth's molar which was found in the North Sea or a stone full of mussel shells. You can see for yourself how smooth stones become when polished by glaciers, or what bituminous limestone smells like when you scratch it. You can guess the weight of boulders or lift a piece of petrified wood. There are stone jigsaws, a corner for painting, a box of costumes to dress up in and our ice-age cuddly toys.

Opening hours:
October-April: Tue – Sun 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. and May-September: Mon – Sun 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Entry:
€ 4.00 adults, € 2.00 children
Groups of 10 people or more receive a discount of € 0.50 per person on the price of entry

Contact/ Directions:
Nienthal 7  24321 Lütjenburg
Tel. +49 43 81 41 52 10
www.eiszeitmuseum.de