The Seenland Oder-Spree offers not only a beautiful landscape, but also a rich cultural landscape. Here you can discover monuments, churches, castles and manor houses, museums and local history rooms with an impressive history. Among the highlights are undoubtedly Neuhardenberg Castle with the Schinkel Church, the baroque monastery complex of Neuzelle or the Streleburgen of Beeskow, Friedland and Storkow. But small, fine cultural sites are also worth discovering. Here you will find tips for excursions to art and culture in the Seenland Oder-Spree , including travel options and opening hours.
Culture & History
in Seenland Oder-Spree
Dive into the diverse world of museums, buildings and artists in the Seenland Oder-Spree
Historic places and architectural highlights, which are unique in Germany, are waiting for you.
Did you know that the largest organ in Brandenburg can be found in the cathedral city of Fürstenwalde?
Did you know that Eisenhüttenstadt was the first socialist town on German soil?
Did you know that a castle writer still lives in Beeskow Castle?
Discover the cultural diversity in the Seenland Oder-Spree.
The monastery complex in the resort town of Neuzelle is one of the few completely preserved testimonies to monastic architecture - in the highest degree of perfection and breathtaking opulence. It is often referred to as the "baroque wonder of Brandenburg".
... including one of the two cathedrals and the baroque wonder of Brandenburg.
... about special people like Theodor Fontane to the GDR and stories about special places.
... discover the legacy of Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Numerous houses of worship of various denominations and architectural styles can be found in the Seenland Oder-Spree. Often you can not only look at from the outside, but also dare a look inside.
Castles & Parks
"In a busy schedule, nothing is as important as setting aside an hour of leisure in the garden."
"There is no one right way to see nature. There are a hundred."
"Old parks and gardens are great walk-in dreams, realized visions of a happy, beautiful world."
Documentary filmmaker and author Dieter Wieland
"Anyone who retains the ability to recognize beauty will never grow old."