Don’t get confused though, you’re close to the Denmark and the Danes call the town Bydelstorp. But, it’s all the same place with many “green” area. Oh, that’s just a fancy way of saying Büdelsdorf has a bunch of gardens and parks. My favorite one is where you can pick your own apples, pears, and plums off the trees.
If you think you’re going to do this in the colder months, I’m sorry to disappoint you — not gonna happen. This region, so far to the north, gets freakin’ COLD in winter.
Which is why Büdelsdorf’s swimming season is so short. The town’s municipal pool opens towards the end of May, closing mid-September. You’re not limited to swimming here, the complex has beach volleyball, basketball, table tennis, and chess.
Try Nordic Walking or follow along normal walking paths for other outdoor fun. Northern Germany really is different and the sea air can do wonders for clearing the stress (or cobwebs) out of your head. ;-)
So can a summer concert during the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival. You never know where one will take place (in a church, barn, or other venue) but, enjoy it all the same.
Other outdoor activities in Büdelsdorf can be enjoyed for a bit of a longer time. You’ll find artwork outside the Carlshütte, although if you do get a wee bit chilly — come see even more inside. One of the more famous artistic art museums include the Iron Casting Museum with many a bust made from iron.
I’m sure that’s not what Iron Age man from Büdelsdorf’s past did with the metal, though.
Good idea to save the indoors for the colder season and a great time to take in a show at the Landestheater. A number of events take place here including concerts, plays, ballet, and puppet theater.
So, whether you choose to call it the German Büdelsdorf or the Danish Bydelstorp, it’s all great fun in Northern Germany — no matter the weather.