Iserlohn invites you to...
.... join a guided bus tour of the town under the knowledgeable guidance of an experienced town guide or to take a tour of the town on foot, visiting Iserlohn Town Museum, the art galleries .....
Experienced town guides inform you of the past and present of the town. Time can be planned to suit the individual to while around the shops or to visit a café.
.... visit the Dechenhöhle, one of the largest dripstone (stalactite and stalagmite) caves of Germany, in the town district of Letmathe. In the museum of speleology, you find the unique, within Europe, reproduction of a cave bear which became extinct 10,000 years ago. The nature trail (Waldlehrpfad) above the cave gives information about seldom found plants on limestone rock. You can also find the Catholic Parish Church, St. Kilian in Letmathe.
.... take a break at the Seilersee (Seiler lake) – why not enjoy rowing, mini-golf, walking around the lake or in the adjoining Seiler wood with a detour to the Bismarcktower (restaurant direct by the lake) - or to visit our relaxing hiking and rambling region, eg. Kesbern, Lössel, Dröschede (total distance of the walk ways over 200 km, cycle route network over 40 kms) or while away some time in the Volksgarten (park) in Letmathe.
.... take a walk in the Iserlohn town forest with a visit to the Danzturm (Danz tower). From the tower, a previous telegraph station, you have a panoramic view over the whole of the town. (Refreshment facilities are available). You are also invited to stopover and visit Hennen with a look at the middle-aged Johanneskirche (Church of St John) and to visit the historical corn distillery of Bimberg.
Approximately 64,000 overnight stays in 2011, in the 18 accommodation facilities, with some 654 beds within the Iserlohn area, prove the leisure and relaxation value of our town.
And moreover: Do you enjoy sport? Then Iserlohn has something right for you! In ca 180 gymnastic and sport clubs with nearly 50 different types of sports, from badminton, hockey, volleyball, gliding, dancing, taekwon do to waterball, you can let your sports ambitions run free! In Iserlohn, as well as the promotion of competitive sport, value is placed on youth work and the cultivation of sport generally.
You can get more tips and information at:
Town Information Iserlohn
Phone +49 (0)2371 / 217-1820 & 8094-90
Fax +49 (0)2371 / 217-1822 & 8094-98
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Mon/Tues/Wed/Fri: 10.00 – 17.00 hrs
Thur: 10.00 - 18.00 hrs
Sa: 10.00 - 13.00 hrs