Bittern Project Nettetal

The Bittern Project (reed biotope) in Nettetal is located in the nature reserve of the Krickenbeck lakes. The reed biotope, about 10 hectares in size, is now home to numerous animals and birds. Furthermore, plants typical of a water landscape such as reed plants grow...

Art Trail Hinsbeck

The art trail in Hinsbeck is a circular trail with more than 20 works of art by contemporary sculptors, which have been set up in various places in the village of the same name. The way through the place is signposted and can be started at any work of art. A selection...

Castle Ingenhoven Lobberich

Today there is a restaurant in the historic Ingenhoven Castle, which is located in Lobberich in the region of the Lower Rhine. In addition, the former manor (brick mansion) is located in a beautiful garden in the middle of the Lobberich district. Go out to the Lower...

Geological Nature Trail Ginkesweide

The geological nature trail Ginkesweide in Nettetal provides information to visitors through display boards and numerous exhibits, among other things. about the geology in the Hinsbeck area & the formation of the Krickenbeck lakes. More than 100 stone blocks were...

Nettetal Textile Museum Barn

The Textile Museum Barn ( Textilmuseum Scheune ) is located in Nettetal-Hinsbeck and shows a lot about textile production on the Lower Rhine. This includes old washing machines, spinning machines, looms as well as exhibits on textile history. Please look further....

House Bey

The House Bey Castle (Schlösschen Haus Bey) is located in the middle of a nature reserve and was first mentioned in a document in the 17th century. Today the area of ​​the former knight’s seat houses a golf course and a restaurant. You can also rent the historic...