Löhne has a rich historic past that sets it apart from other little towns. In fact this may be traced back about a whopping 3,000 years.
At present its charming facade hides a vibrant agricultural community and bustling industries. Where they work hard it is only to be expected that they’ll play hard, which means, while in Löhne you don’t have to look far to lose yourself in all sorts of leisure and entertainment opportunities.
You’ve probably been informed that Löhne is the city of industries. Once you’re there, you’ll be surprised at the artistic nature of the city that is intertwined with its history.
If you have any inclinations in this direction, you would surely find The Watermill interesting. Have your fill of local and national art and culture here at the Landwehstraße building, an octagonal beauty, perfectly suited for the purpose.
While at Löhne you can’t miss the majestic local church which comes with an impressive history. It was donated to the Memleben Monastery by Emperor Otto II in the year 980. Drop in at the local museum to learn more about this amazing edifice and related history.
If you’re here in summer, you should definitely make a beeline for the Walbad Löhner — a fantastic swimming facility with all sorts of water-based activities. Even non-swimmers are made to feel at home as they enjoy the water mushroom, water castle, and pirate ship among other exciting ventures. In winter, of course, you would prefer the convenience of an indoor pool.
If you enjoy the outdoors, you should certainly consider hiring a bike and tour the agricultural farms in the area. They are happy to show you around and you even get to taste the fabulous produce. Feed the ducks, read a book, or have a staring contest with a feisty chipmunk. :-)