Get on your feet! Start at tourist information, which is located in the oldest half-timbered house, together with the Eberswalde Museum: the town walk. Thanks to GPS, you can make your way through Eberswalde independently and there's a flyer to help with orientation, with the route past all the great sights.
Good to know: You can easily spot the way for the town walk thanks to the brass arrows embedded in the pavement.
The following stops are part of the town walk:
- Starting point is the town's oldest half-timbered house, the Adler Apotheke, where the Eberswalde Museum is also located.
- Eberswalde University for Sustainable Development with the library (it was honoured with the Brandenburg architecture prize due to its distinctive facade with silkscreen motifs!) and the old and new forestry academy
- St Peter and Paul Catholic church
- Trip to the park at Weidendamm with its sculptures, waters and play area
- Mary Magdalene evangelical church
- Nagelstrasse with the remains of the old town wall
- Market square with the lions fountain
- New and old town hall
- Paul Wunderlich House with exhibition
- Altstadt-Carree with its possibilities to relax and shop, shopping centre
- Town hall passage
- Finow canal, the oldest man-made waterway that is still navigable, with town lock and town promenade
A tip from us: Take a boat tour on the Finow canal with the beaver boat or a canoe and experience Eberswalde from a completely different perspective. And with the Eberswalde Höhenpass, you not only enjoy a number of new views, but with three stamps on your pass, you get a discount at participating restaurants.