Evenburg mit Evenburgpark in Leer, © Ostfriesland Tourismus GmbH
© Ostfriesland Tourismus GmbH

Accessible Attractions


Here you will find offers for individual nature adventures and recreational activities in Lower Saxony. While hiking or cycling, discover hidden spots where you can relax and recharge your batteries. Alternatively, visit one of the region’s many amusement and adventure parks. Lower Saxony boasts a wide range of tourist attractions, from technology and natural science centres through to opportunities to experience nature. All leisure activities have been created with great attention to detail and are tailored to the individual needs of guests.

Accessible Attractions

Westfeld Beach


Enjoy the summer on this beach, where you can bathe and build sandcastles. Beach chairs are also available for hire.

relexa hotel Harz-Wald im Sommer, © relexa hotel Harz-Wald
© relexa hotel Harz-Wald

Relexa Hotel Harz-Wald, Braunlage


Relaxation and wellness in the Harz mountains

© Hotel Sellhorn/ Tobias Trapp
© Hotel Sellhorn/ Tobias Trapp

Ringhotel Sellhorn


Heathland meets metropolitan flair

Besuchergruppe auf der Schrägförderanlage an der Erzaufbereitung, © Sammlung Weltkulturerbe Rammelsberg, Goslar
© Sammlung Weltkulturerbe Rammelsberg, Goslar

Mines of Rammelsberg UNESCO World Heritage Site


The Mines of Rammelsberg UNESCO World Heritage Site is an unforgettable experience for all ages, both above ground in the many museum buildings and underground in the visitor mine.

Außenansicht Varusschlacht Museum, © VARUSSCHLACHT Museum und Park Kalkriese / Thomas Weber
© VARUSSCHLACHT Museum und Park Kalkriese / Thomas Weber

Varusschlacht - The Battle of the Teutoburg Forest near Osnabrück


Museum and Park Kalkriese

© Stadtmarketing Bad Harzburg/ Eva Tiete
© Stadtmarketing Bad Harzburg/ Eva Tiete

Bad Harzburger Sole-Therme


This is the place where wellness dreams come true, and one of the most beautiful thermal spas in Lower Saxony: Bad Harzburger Sole-Therme.

Kurpark (Spa Gardens) Bad Bevensen


From the colourful flower beds to the way the greenery gives way to the gently rolling hills of the surrounding landscape – Kurpark Bad Bevensen offers plenty of diversity.

Im Zoo Osnabrück leben vom Aussterben bedrohte Sumatra-Tiger, © Zoo Osnabrück
© Zoo Osnabrück

Osnabrück Zoo


Opened in 1936 as a “domestic animal garden”, Osnabrück Zoo is now home to some 2,700 animals of almost 300 species with the various themed areas cover an area of 23.5 hectares.

Herrenhäuser Gärten, © Fotolia
© Fotolia

Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen


The Royal Gardens of Herrenhausen in Hannover are among the most beautiful parks in Europe.

Moorbahn, © MOORWELTEN Europäisches Fachzentrum Moor und Klima GmbH/ Kita Märchenburg
© MOORWELTEN Europäisches Fachzentrum Moor und Klima GmbH/ Kita Märchenburg

MOORWELTEN – European Competence Centre for Moor and Climate


The MOORWELTEN exhibition presents the significance of the moors for climate protection in an interactive, multimedia way.

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