Inspired by the Wild West, Fort Fun Abenteuerland is a veritable hub of adventure and exhilaration. It is the perfect spot to take your kids and enjoy rides such as SpeedSnake Free, Devil's Mine and Trapper Slider. Become a cowboy or cowgirl, be a part of shows, or just head to the petting zoo. With over 40 attractions, there is a lot to do and explore. Refuel your energy at the on-site restaurants.
A popular water park, the Lagunen-Erlebnisbad has a total space of 1,200 square meters (12912 square feet). The park boasts of amenities such as several water attractions, swimming complex for children, sauna world, aqua slide park with the big slide, a special wide wave slide as well as the "black hole" with light attractions, 2 indoor and 2 outdoor pools and many more.
St. Jakobus Kirche is a significant local church that dates back to the 13th Century. The beautiful white facade and the spectacular west tower white a grey steeple make for an interesting sight. The church has been through three major fires and each time, the building faced major devastation. The current church building was constructed in 1791. One of the most striking features of the church is its high altar- intricate carvings and a wooden figure of St. Jacob feature at the altar. The stained glass windows and the beautiful confessionals are other notable features of the church.
Founded in 1925, Sauerland Museum is a historical museum in Arnsberg, Germany. It is housed in Landsberger Hof and has an exclusive collection dealing with the history and culture of the Sauerland region of Cologne. A visit to this place is a great way to know the rich history of the region.
Ehmsendenkmal, also known as the “whisper house” is a monument erected in the honor of Ernst Ehmsen, founder of Sauerland Mountain Association. Built-in the year 1897, it is an 8-meter (26.24 feet) high pavilion-like dome structure. Rising on the eastern side of the oak on a ledge, this acoustically designed monument offers some spectacular views of the old town and new town of Arnsberg.
Theateraula Belecke is a one stop destination to witness eclectic performances by popular artists. Featuring a line-up of interesting plays and concerts, the venue assures loads of entertainment under one roof.
Kump Brilon is a must visit for music aficionados. The place is always busy with eclectic music performances by talented bands and they also host solo gigs. The venue has a wonderful decor; modernity reflects in the interior but touches like exposed-brick walls and yellow lights add an old-world charm. Kump Brilon boasts of impressive acoustics which makes every performance a treat to be a part of.
Built in 1852, the magnificent Stadtkirche St. Pankratius is counted as a Grade II listed of building of Warstein. Designed by the renowned German architect Friedrich Heinrich Kronenberg, the beautiful church stands as an excellent example of Neo-Gothic architecture with its intricate pinnacles, portals and exquisite windows. The soaring tower of the church measuring 86 meters (282 feet) dominates the city skyline and welcomes worshipers from far and wide. Subject to several renovations over the years, 2010 being the most recent, this 19th-century church is an important cultural landmark of the city.
Peter Paul Rubens was among the most prolific Flemish Baroque artists in the 17th Century. It is said that three cities were contending to be known as his birthplace. They were Siegen, Cologne and Antwerp. However a Dutch archive showed that this famed artist was born in Siegen. The Rubensbrunnen or Ruben's Fountain on the grounds of the Oberes Schloss is an ode to this and a memento of these cities wrangle for that position. It showcases a trio of women huddled together with the central figure carrying a child in her arms.