Buchholz in der Nordheide occupies the position of being the largest town of the Harburg district in the state of Lower Saxony, and with this title the city represents itself well with its myriad of cultural and artistic events.
Take your hunger for the theater over to the Steenbeeker, a relatively young theater started in 1982 with the goals of providing the town with quality entertainment and enrichment as well as preserve the language of Southern Germany. Each year the theater introduces a brand new production to the delight of residents and tourists alike.
A craving for the performing arts can also be satisfied with a trip over to the Empore Buchholz. At this venue you can serve as an audience for anything from a rock/pop concert to a theater production.
The Kultubahnhof Holm-Seppensen also serves as a cultural center in Buchholz. You can catch a literary reading with commentary, a performance of interpretive dance, or a featured speaker, whatever you are in the mood for there is a good chance they have it!
If natural beauty is more what you’re in the mood for, there is the Alaris Schmetterlingspark. This butterfly park features three climates, subtropical, tropical/rain forest, and Mediterranean. Within the course of a year you can see more than 140 different kinds of butterfly. Each month has its respective peaks so you pretty much have to cross your fingers and hope you catch a block of time filled to the brim with beautiful butterflies.
In terms of natural beauty, Buchholz in der Nordheide serves as home not only to a variety of lovely butterflies but to the region’s highest mountain as well by the name of Brunsberg. At a height of 129 meters the mountain takes a prominent place in the city’s landscape.
Whether through art or nature, this little city brings quite a bit of beauty to Lower Saxony.