Münster offers a large repertoire of available leisure activities We have compiled a small selection for you.
Lake Aasee (39.5 hectares) with its extensive green areas is a large nature, recreation, leisure and sports centre in the heart of the city of Münster.
Treat yourself to an interesting sightseeing tour by bus. Find out more about routes and tickets (also available at our reception) at www.muensterbus.ms.
Münster has numerous museums and galleries ready to welcome visitors interested in art and culture. We highly recommend a visit to the Mühlenhof open-air museum, which is sure to take you back in time. Or you can visit the LWL Museum of Natural History, which also features a planetarium with many interesting events. The Museum of Lacquer Art is also well worth a visit..
Cyclists can enjoy the green parkland scenery on idyllic paths - also called "Pättkes". Over 4000 kilometres have been signposted especially for cyclists. At the Hotel Martinihof you can reserve bikes for your own personal tours for a small rental fee.
The most beautiful public "living room" in Germany. The ensemble of gabled houses with their arcades was rebuilt in a simplified form based on the original structure after its destruction in the Second World War.
Paulusdom was the centre of the cathedral castle in the heart of Münster for many centuries. The cathedral was consecrated to the apostle Paulus in 1264.
The weekly market (Wed and Sat until 14.30) on the Domplatz is one of the most beautiful markets in Germany. The square is the historical nucleus of the city.
The town hall with the Hall of Peace from the middle of the 14th century was rebuilt true to the original structure in the fifties following its destruction in the Second World War. From 1643, the Hall of Peace in the Town Hall was the venue for the negotiations for the Peace of Westphalia. The former council chamber is decorated with Gothic carvings.
The State Museum's historical collection comprises important works of art dating back to the early Middle Ages, with a focus on Romanesque and Gothic monumental sculptures.
The Stadtmuseum (city museum) is located behind the heritage-protected Art Deco façade. Here, history and the present-day unite. The museum's collection and special exhibitions on Salzstrasse trace the history of Münster from its beginnings to the present day.
The Städtischen Bühnen Münster stages plays, musical theatre, dance theatre as well as children's and youth theatre.
The Send on the Hindenburgplatz is a folk festival and funfair at the same time. Three times a year about 250 entertainers set up their fairground attractions in front of the baroque backdrop of Münster Castle.
Would you like to visit a museum and your children would rather go to the playground? Then why not take advantage of the Maxi childcare facilities in the heart of Münster City? Qualified care personnel lovingly look after children from the ages of 4 to 10. This gives you up to 3 hours to explore Münster and be safe in the knowledge that your child will be equally well entertained.
Almost like a cinema, only live and practically touchable - the Boulevard Theater on Königsstraße. The Boulevard Theater Münster team is on stage with a constantly changing programme for you every day.
The Pablo Picasso Graphic Arts Museum in Münster is the first Picasso Museum in Germany. With more than 780 lithographs by Picasso, it houses a collection that is globally unique in its completeness.