It is almost not necessary to take a look at the events calendar. There is almost always something going on in Lüdinghausen at the weekend. The focus is on the big town festival in September. But the farmers' market, the potato festival and the grass track race also provide plenty of excitement. Culinary delicacies and specialities from the region are presented at the town's weekly and evening markets. The year slowly draws to a close with the Christmas markets. Burg Vischering, the town's landmark, also offers unusual exhibitions and events and is always worth a visit.
If you want to see more dates, also from the surrounding area, simply change the radius or extend the search date.
In the exhibition, the Hamburg artist couple Dodo Schielein and Torsten Bruch address diverse approaches to the body and sound. On the basis of seven mostly sounding works, visitors gain insights into fictitious, playful worlds in which sound is embodied or one's own body becomes a sound producer through instructions for action.
Die Ausstellung befindet sich im Obergeschoss des Museums und ist während der regulären Museumsöffnungszeiten zugänglich.
Die Ausstellung selbst ist kostenfrei. Es fällt lediglich der Eintritt für Museum und Vorburg an.
Admiring great art not only in the museum, but also taking it home: this is what interested people can do in the popular exhibition series "ART Vischering", which takes place every year in Vischering Castle. Here, art is offered for sale, as a gift for oneself and others. Graphics and paintings by renowned artists, but also by young artists, are presented. The exhibition features big names alongside artists from the local region, making for a varied exhibition.
With works by:
Mechtild van Ahlers | Ochirbold Ayurzana | Heike Kati Barath | Joseph Beuys | Gabi Dahl | Isa Dahl | Duvan | Gerda Falke | Markus Fräger | Max Giermann |Dorthe Goeden | Andreas Gorke | Antonius Höckelmann | Beate Höing | Stephan Hörnig | Jörg Immendorff | Gunilla Jähnichen | Barbara Jänke | Andreas Junge | Barbara Kämereit | Elizabeth Kaufmann-Granda | Doris Kastner | Min Clara Kim | Per Kirkeby | Sala Lieber | Markus Lüpertz | Heiner Meyer | Armin Mueller-Stahl | Sigrid Nienstedt | Noah Omer | Sebastian Osterhaus | A. R. Penck | Mathias Perlet | Milan Peschel | Stefan Pietryga | Bernd Polster | Sandra Pulina | Lars Reiffers | Hans Scheib | H. A. Schult | Paul Schwer | Caius Spillner | Norbert Tadeusz | Antoni Tàpies | Ingrid Teiner | Antonia Thürich | Klaus Trawny (winner Kunst im Park 2021) | Gan-Erdene Tsend | Fons van Laar and many more.
Children play their way into life! Play has always been at the centre of children's occupation. While in earlier centuries crowds of playing children livened up the streets, this sight is no longer a matter of course today. There is no doubt that through play children acquire many different skills that are important for life.
Even today, there are games that have survived for centuries and are still played just as they used to be.
On this day, parents and grandparents, together with their children, have the opportunity to try out old, almost forgotten games to their heart's content. Walking on stilts and whip tops are very popular, but who knows the medieval dice games from the leather bag? These and many other games based on historical models make for an exciting afternoon.
Slightly rushed and a little groggy, Rentmeister Adolph Heidenreich Wernekinck Heidenreich Wernekinck sets off in search of a certain piece of paper. a certain piece of paper. His wife has forced him to take a few curious relatives with him. curious relatives who have always wanted to know what it's like in the castle. what life is like in the castle. The gentlemen are not the house - so they dare to take a look, and the rentmaster doesn't mince his words. whether it's about the festivities, duties in the marital bed and misconduct and the misdeeds of the common people. Help the rentmaster on his walk through the the venerable rooms of Vischering Castle and learn some interesting facts. and learn interesting facts about the history of the castle and life in it. history of the castle and life in and around it at the end of the 17th century. Century.
Dauer der Führung: 1-1,5 Stunden
zzgl. 7,5€ (ermäßigt 5€) Museumseintritt
Who would have thought it? Poultry was already an extremely popular dish in the Middle Ages. Prepared a little differently than today, of course. During this cooking course, various medieval dishes will be rediscovered. Even though the cooking takes place in the cosy ambience of the castle kitchen, there is fortunately no need to do without top modern equipment. And a nice glass of wine warms heart and soul.
25€ Teilnahmegebühr, zzgl. Lebensmittelumlage
During three afternoons of the course, participants learn the basics of the expressive, "broken" tempura script. Individual stroke elements are first practised with a broad ribbon pen, which are then connected to form letters and words. The three dates can only be booked together.
Ein hochwertiges Starter-Paket mit allen benötigten Materialien kann bei der Kursleitung für 15 Euro erworben werden. Inhalt des Pakets: Federhalter, Bandzugfeder Speedball, Schreibblock DIN A4 mit 80 Blatt, Schreibtinte 50 ml.
In June 2021 they were awarded the German Jazz Prize in the category "Band of the Year International", and on 6 November these Austrian shooting stars will be guests at the Münsterland Festival: Shake Stew will play at Burg Vischering to close the eleventh edition of the festival. There they will present a mix of hypnotic Afrobeats and ecstatic sound eruptions.
Hardly any other band has turned the Central European jazz scene upside down like Shake Stew in recent years. While the ZEIT called them "Austria's jazz band of the hour" and the NDR gave them the status of "cult band" early on, it has been clear since the awarding of the German Jazz Prize at the latest: something has started rolling here that has never existed before.
From the very beginning, the formation founded by bassist and composer Lukas Kranzelbinder has been surrounded by something mystical that ignites an evocative effect in the live concert: "The unspoken magic words are magic and energy - Shake Stew brings something cultic to current jazz, an enrichment!"Despite their unusual line-up with two drums, two basses and three horns, the band always manages to catch their listeners in a direct way and take them on a unique sound journey.
Everything revolves around the potato at the potato festival in November. An autumn market invites you to stroll and shop from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be culinary delights all about the tuber and much more to discover. Lüdinghausen's shops will also open their doors from 1 to 6 p.m. and have special offers and promotions in shop for visitors. There will also be a colourful children's programme.
The potato festival traditionally starts a week before with the "Culinary Potato Week". The restaurants taking part in the campaign will each contribute a dish to choose from, and the potato dishes can be tasted in the respective Lüdinghausen restaurant.
For children from 4 - 10 years.
Awarded Children's Theatre of the Month by the Kultursekretariat NRW.
MAXX lives in Himmelshausen in the clouds right next to the Himmelaya, the highest mountains on earth. "Dream repairs of every kind!" is written on his big entrance sign. MAXX is a dream tinkerer by profession. Every day he gets new orders and has to fix the dreams of the small and big people on earth. Ronalda finally wants to score a goal. Jan Philip wishes to kiss Denise. Eva-Maria wants to get really spooked.
MAXX has so much to do that he has even forgotten his own dreams. And then everything becomes too much for him and he has had enough. From now on, everyone only gets the same dream. Everything new, everything the same, everything nice, everything cheap! But it doesn't work like that either! That's much too boring. Off we go on a journey to exciting encounters, unknown dangers, sentimental moments, funny experiences and new insights. With lots of music and a wonderfully imaginative stage design by children's book illustrator Selda Soganci.
On the following Sundays, various shops in Lüdinghausen will be open from 1 to 6 p.m. as part of an event.
Vegetables and fruit fresh from the field, meat products from the region, fragrant baked goods straight from the oven, colourful seasonal flowers and mysterious spices from all over the world. The weekly markets in Münsterland invite you to"open-air shopping" and yet are far more than mere sales places. This is where locals and visitors meet, the latest news is exchanged and there is time for a chat among friends. Visit the weekly market in Lüdinghausen: