Siekmann House in Sendenhorst
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House Siekmann

House Siekmann

Concerts, readings, cabaret - Haus Siekmann in the centre of Sendenhorst is full of life. Even spontaneously, it is worth taking alook at the calendar of events. Jazz concerts line up with guitar festivals and storytelling nights, surprising visitors with extraordinary creativity. Atmospheric highlights are the open air concerts in the garden of the house.

The historic house has retained its rural charm to this day, but its functions have changed frequently. Thus, the property bears witness to a chequered history that dates back to the early 14th century.

Listed farmstead

The former Schöckinghoff farmstead, as it was originally called, has experienced numerous changes of ownership: the Schocke noble family first lived on the estate before it was sold to cathedral clergymen in Münster. A short time later, the Freckenhorst Abbey took over the farm. In 1921 it was taken over by the merchant Bernhard Siekmann. His grandson Josef Siekmann sold the estate to the town of Sendenhorst in 1992. The town placed the idyllic site under a preservation order and gradually redesigned it to its current use.

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Service at the Sieckmann House

  • Indoor
  • for groups
  • 100 Castles Route
  • Bad weather offer
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