The former agrarian and burgher town of Geseke is scenically located between the Haarstrang and Münsterland on the historic Hellweg. Discover the birthplace of a cardinal and an Olympic champion, explore a quarry park or simply enjoy relaxing days in a town where tradition and modernity meet.

  • Mythos Stein

  • Rittergut Störmede

  • Siechenlinde

  • Wasserrad

In Geseke, the many small streets and alleys, the market square and the pedestrian zone as well as the Thoholte Park in the heart of the city invite you to stroll and linger. In addition to the half-timbered houses along the historic Hellweg, the beautiful churches in Baroque, Romanesque and late Romanesque style in the surroundings of the open Geseker Bach and the Rosenteich are worth seeing as well as the completely preserved ramparts and the districts with their churches, the manor in Störmede and Schloss Eringerfeld. Extensive cycling and hiking trails, the Way of St. James, idyllic forests and nature reserves, the Gösselkirmes and a variety of cultural and sporting activities characterize Geseke and provide throughout the year occasions for a visit, an extended hike or a relaxing and at the same time eventful bike ride. The Mythos Stein theme park is unique. Here you can experience how industry, nature and art combine to form an exciting and harmonious whole. The renaturalized part of the Fortuna quarry is open to visitors at all times. At the same time, you get an insight into an active quarry. So go ahead and get into the adventure - in Geseke!


Information for tourists

The town on the historic Hellweg between Haarstrang and Münsterland has a lot to offer: a barrier-free quarry park, beautiful churches, extensive biking and hiking trails, nature reserves, a museum and much more.

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