Hohenmölsen is the perfect destination that includes all you could possibly think about when planning a trip.
The Mondsee Amusement Park with its giant slide will have both kids and adults all thrilled and raring to go. Based on an old opencast mine, the place holds tons of entertainment possibilities with its artificial crescent shaped lake, sporting facilities, and various hiking and biking trails. You’ll simply love it for they have thought of everything but backrubs.
Hohenmölsen’s townscape is dotted with architectural beauties such as the St. Mary’s Catholic Church, the Protestant St. Peter’s Church, and the medieval Town Hall with its compelling personal history.
Right in the vicinity of the Town Hall you’ll find the Water Tower and the Bell Tower which is probably why some genius came up with the tag, the City of Three Towers.
Hohenmölsen does not need any heavy reason to celebrate life and so they have the Fall Market, the Spring Festival which is a colorful five day event that simply draws you in, and the Children’s Festival in addition to other regulars such as the obligatory Christmas Market and the Festival of Mölser Players in September.
Hohenmölsen was almost completely destroyed by fire twice in the 16th century, but the doughty little town sprang back to life from the ashes. The Thirty Years’ War was another scorcher, just ask any old timer and they’ll give you all the details about the Hohenmölsen’s irrepressible past.
The town has many memorials to important events which should give you a clue as to its momentous past. The Memorial Stone of 1949, the Stone Relief of 1981, and the plaque on the mountain road are just a few of these.