There are many parks to relax in while you are staying in Heusweiler.
One of the most attractive is the game park which contains deer, goats, peacocks, pheasants, and other animals. The animals are not in cages, they are free-roaming, but some of them are so familiar with humans that they will come up and eat right out of your hand! You’ll also find scenic hiking trails to walk along and observe the awe-inducing natural foliage of the area.
Remember not to disturb any plants or wildlife and not to take anything from it’s location as the laws and regulations in place are strictly enforced.
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Along with the many nature activities, there is a lot of history to experience in Heusweiler.
One stop for the historically-inclined visitor is the Church of Queen Mary. The church is an architectural masterpiece and contains magnificent stained glass windows. It was built with the highest quality in mind while at the same time sticking to the idea of simplicity of design. It has become a center of attention for both locals and tourists alike.
The district of Bersch is a fascinating cultural monument of the area. It is a mill that was built in the 18th century for the production of poppy seeds and nuts. It has been wonderfully preserved and has been turned into a museum. You can get a nice glimpse into the past while wandering through this museum. It opens your mind to the fascinating Heusweiler history.
As usual, any time you visit Germany, you can rest assured that you won’t have a hard time finding scrumptious German food and drink. In this case, Heusweiler is no exception. There are many small family owned restaurants and bistros serving home-cooked German food with plenty of your favorite German beer or wine to match.