: Bückeburg Castle, owned by the Princes of Schaumburg-Lippe for over 700 years, presents itself as a Renaissance castle with historic halls and rooms from four centuries. A stroll through the castle park, which is designed in the English landscape style, leads to the mausoleum, unique due to its fascinating gold mosaic dome.
Baroque equestrian art: The Princely Riding School, one of the most important equestrian art centers in Europe in the 18th century, has followed on from this history since 2004. In the historic riding house you can experience the princely riding art of the 17th and 18th centuries to classical music in baroque costumes.
A cultural highlight: the town church, built in the Weser Renaissance style between 1611 and 1615, is one of the first Lutheran representative buildings. Well-known scholars such as B. Johann Gottfried Herder, were active here as court preacher.
The Museum Bückeburg for city history and Schaumburg-Lippische Landesgeschichte surprises with different exhibitions, e. B. on the subject of Schaumburg costumes and amber.
Technology that inspires: The redesigned extension of the helicopter museum is currently presented. The interactive exhibition shows the fascinating technology of the helicopters in a tangible and understandable way.
Cycling and hiking region: The country tour, a varied circuit around Bückeburg of a total of 53 km, leads through different, very attractive landscapes. Interesting facts about the flora and fauna along the way are conveyed at 14 narrative stations. The family-friendly hiking experience "Searching for traces in Harrl" includes six circular hiking trails. Info blocks provide information on exciting information about hidden natural treasures and historical traces.
Contact: Tourist-Information Lange Str. 45, 31675 Bückeburg, Tel. 05722 206180 or 05722 206181