At the foot of Tecklenburg, one of the most beautiful half-timbered towns in the Münsterland, lies the moated castle Haus Marck. Idyllically nestled in a valley meadow and surrounded by its moat, the manor house is considered an insider tip worth seeing by explorers of the Tecklenburg region.
The Knights of Horne acquired the property in 1368 to build a castle. As early as 1490, however, a new Haus Marck was built, which in the following centuries underwent a few changes of ownership and two major phases of reconstruction, one of them in 1562 in the Renaissance style. The house received its present appearance as a four-winged, single-storey complex in the Baroque style in 1754 after a collapse of the former complex. Since 1803, the estate has been owned by the von Diepenbroick-Grüter family, which has preserved the estate including the surrounding nature.
Far-reaching decisions were made within the walls: in 1643, preliminary negotiations for the Peace of Westphalia took place at Haus Marck, which ended the Thirty Years' War in 1648. In 1831, the estate was also the birthplace of Friedrich von Bodelschwingh, the founder of the Bodelschwingh Institutions named after him.
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Tecklenburg Touristik GmbH is delighted to invite its guests and the citizens of Tecklenburg to the St Nicholas market in the festival town once again this year. The atmospheric market opens its doors on the Thursday before the 2nd weekend in Advent. The numerous exhibitors conjure up a Christmassy atmosphere in the historic old town with lovingly decorated wooden houses. An atmospheric supporting programme provides daily entertainment. Children can look forward to seeing St Nicholas on 9 December, who has a little surprise in store for them at the castle.
The Tecklenburg Touristik GmbH team and the Verkehrs- und Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft Tecklenburg e.V. wish you lots of fun and a happy and reflective Christmas season when you visit our St Nicholas market!
Easy and contemplative guided hikes through the autumnal or wintery forest around Haus Marck and the nature conservation centre. Followed by a stop at the Advent café on the threshing floor. There is also hot apple punch and delicious lamb sausage.
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We bake delicious and gluten-free gingerbread together in the cosy kitchen of Kneipp-Verein Tecklenburg.
Gebühr: 20,00 € pro Person / 15,00 € für Kneipp-Mittlieder + Umlage
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Let's follow the historical trail from the 1st beginning to today's Commerz to meet the old longing for contemplation and light again. Around the decorated Christmas tree with an Advent quiz, traditional and modern stories.
We look forward to seeing you!
Petra Toholt-Franke Barbara Farwer
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Christmas story based on Charles Dickens, for the whole family from 5 years old.
William Goldtaler II is a hard-hearted, selfish and comical codger. Not even on Christmas Eve is he willing to donate something to the poor or give a child a treat . But this Christmas is different. The three ghosts of the past "Already Gone", the present "But Now" and the future "Coming Soon" get old Goldtaler completely confused and finally on the right track.
VvK Tecklenburg Touristik, Markt 7 Tecklenburg
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