Holstein Tower

Hansa Garden

Since 1987 a slim white needle has pointed upwards into the white-blue North German sky. The landmark on the Baltic Sea coast stands 100m tall, and blowing in the wind on its top is a giant flag of the Federal State of Schleswig-Holstein measuring an unbelievable 30 square metres in size. The viewing gallery with floor-to-ceiling windows, that looks as if it comes straight from the future, goes upward with rotating movements allowing guests a fantastic view of the overwhelmingly beautiful landscape of the Holstein lake district, beyond the Lübeck Bay all the way to Mecklenburg – an old world re-discovered from a new perspective.

  • Indoor or roofed
  • For disabled guests

Pictures

Children alone
from
6 years
·
Accompanied by an adult
up to
5 years
·

For guests with handicap

  • Wheelchair users can wheel all the way to the entrance of the tower where they can easily transfer to a seating bench.

Other notes

  • Please note: As long as you observe all other TÜV safety regulations, it is up to you and your courage what rides you and your children dare get on.

  • If not accompanied by an adult, no age or height restrictions apply, however we recommend that children up to and including 6 years of age are accompanied by an adult.