Main Attractions in Bad Lauterberg
Bad Lauterberg, the south gate to Harz National Park, is nationally recognized Kneipp spa and Schroth health resort and characterized by numerous half-timbered houses in an intact shopping street, which is a crowd puller every year due to it’s season events called „happenings“
The large-scale spa facility offers ideal conditions for everyone: whether treading water, tennis, „Kompaktkur“ or a visit at the health oasis with Physio-Center.
The traffic-calmed pedestrian zone of Bad Lauterberg seduces its visitors with numerous old half-timbered houses and other highlights. A variety of dining establishments keeps everything ready for every taste.
The Heimatmuseum (Ritscherhaus) of the town of Bad Lauterberg was built by the archival community in 1969.
In 1985, with financial support from the city council, the council of Lower Saxony, the Werner-Brune Foundation, Wilhelmshaven and Volksbank an extension, modernization and transformation of the Museum was possible. The local museum has small sections in which the exhibits are on permanent display.
Historical mine opened for visitors
The visitors can visit the mine called „Scholmzeche“ and 200m length front part of the „Aufrichtigkeiter Tiefen Stollen“
The mine were built in 18th century which means it is a great historical place to visit. It was completely made by hand, with "hammer and chisel" in up to 4 m high and 1.0 - 1.5 m width.
Südharzer ironworks museum
The Bad Lauterberger „Königshütte“ was built in the years 1733-1737. The visitors who have been at the Königshütte couldn’t escape at is a special place to visit they said.
Even there were a lots of rebuildings and modernisation you can find various buildings which are historical and especially the standpost is probably unique in whole northern Germany.