Heinsberg is a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is the seat of the district Heinsberg. It is situated near the border with the Netherlands, on the river Wurm, approx. 20 km north-east of Sittard and 30 km south-west of Mönchengladbach.
Restaurants in Heinsberg
4.5 based on 156 reviews
Beautiful walks, with or without your dog(s). Enchanted horseback rides in a beautiful forest. Crossing bordes with Germany, back to Holland again and good food and drinks at Venhof! Perfect day out for couples families, kids, collegues or when you're alone if you love the forest, this is the place to be!!!
4 based on 92 reviews
We love going to the wildpark on weekend and just walking around. There is 50 ha of space so the animals have quite a lot of room. We love watching the bears I swear they were circus bears in a previous life.
Fantastic value for your money we even bought the year pass.
4.5 based on 81 reviews
What can I say? Well I never experienced a walk like it definitely not got one of these in the U.K. I went with a ladies club ranging over 50+ Let me tell you about it... when you arrive you check in at the coffee shop & the receptionist will explain the map to you. Make sure you use the toilet here as it is the only one & it will be approx 2hrs before you are back. You remove your shoes & leave then on a rack by the foot cleaning are, there are lockers if you want to leave valuables behind, pay the lady 5e at the counter for a key which I assume you get back later. The trail consists of various obstacles i.e pebbles, stones,wood chip, mud puddles, clay puddles, logs, water barrels and a small lake in the centre which if you are brave enough can make your way across the tricky bit comes about 3/4 of the way where you have to give it some thought as to how you are going to get to the other side safely, if you fall in it is approx 1m so you are going to be very wet! ( Don't forget to leave your mobile/bag with someone else). Along the way there are also interesting things to see & do such as tree carvings, insect houses, tree quotes, spiral walk,tying a knot using your feet etc. When you reach the end you are supplied with a washing up brush to scrub your feet, you can also use the hot tub barrels & soak them for 30 mins these have added herbs, I think there was a small payment for this. My feet needed a good soaking as the black mud had stained my heel skin so I would of liked to of used the hot tubs but others in the group didn't have time, pity. Take your own towel to dry them & then you can head over to a cafe/bar/restaurant behind the venue it takes about 10 mins to walk there & they serve a very nice coffee. This is a great place for all ages & even though I have a poorly knee I managed all the activities (except for the lake) although carefully. Well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Great for a stroll. Beautiful flowers, lots of green, shade, sun, a pond with fishes and animals... Also has an interesting small private anthropological museum.
It's very clean there.
It can be steep in some places so beware if travelling with a buggy or wheelchair.
We went on a quiet day so it was quite peaceful.
4 based on 12 reviews
Great value pool with a great outdoor space. Used the pool as the holiday park we were staying on was awful and the kids loved the slides, kids pool and the outdoor (as it was heated). Went 3 days in a row and was worth every penny to keep the kids occupied especially when it was overcast they could be indoors or outdoors.
3.5 based on 11 reviews
Pee wee is a great play space. The kids love it and we have an annual card which is great value. I think they have stopped this though. At €8.50 and €5 for an adult it is quite pricy. I think charging for adults is nuts, the others around don't charge for adults. The toilets need to be kept clean. They are clean when you go in the morning but it seems that no one cleans they during the day. You can bring your own food and snacks but must buy drinks so that does make it more affordable. I would recommend a visit.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
A very interesting place to visit, in many ways: very unique natural landscape, binational, location.
3.5 based on 30 reviews
this is our place to go. We have only dined outside. Since it's in a courtyard, it's never windy. Drinks are very generous. Love their Mojitos! Everything we've ordered has been good, Flammkuchen, Wraps, even their Currywurst. All the portions are big. Since you can eat outside, it's wheelchair accessible. If you come with small children, there's enough area for them to run around. Service has always been good. You can meet everyone here, singles, couples, young families, and semi-seniors.
3.5 based on 10 reviews
Dieser Patz ist sehr gepflegt (Fairways, Grüns und auch alles drumherum) und definitiv einen Ausflug wert. Die Bahnen sind alle mit einem eigenen Charakter, sehr abwechslungsreich und herausfordernd. Alter und neuer Baumbestand, Doglegs, Teiche und einige gut plazierte Bunker machen den Platz interessant.
Clubhaus mit schöner Terrasse und guter Speisenqualität zu angemessenen Preisen. Empfang, Mitglieder und Bedienung sind sehr gästefreundlich
5 based on 2 reviews
Bei dem Museum handelt es sich zunächst um ein Mineralienmuseum, das jedoch aufgrund des Standorts Hückelhoven um den Bereich Bergbau erweitert wurde. In dem Museum erfährt man von den fachkundigen Führern viel über Mineralien aber auch über die Geschichte des Bergbaus in Hückelhoven. Die Bergbautätigkeit wurde 1997 eingestellt.
Das Museum ist mit viel Liebe zum Detail von den Vereinsmitgliedern gestaltet worden. Die Führungen sind sehr individuell.
Zwar muss man keinen Eintritt bezahlen; jedoch sollte man eine Spende zum Erhalt des Museums hinterlassen.
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