OUTINGS IN AN AROUND SAARBURG
Saarburg Town Walk
Venture out on foot and explore the historic part of Saarburg, which is only a few minutes walking distance from our hotel. You can also book a guided town walk at the Amüseum next to the waterfall in Saarburg.
The former Elector’s mill has been turned into a museum featuring traditional Saarburg trades (bell foundry, printing press, cobblers, tanners and skippers), the oldest active turbine as well as interesting changing exhibits on various topics.
Birds of Prey Park
Experience the beauty and fascination of eagles, falcons, buzzards and owls during their daily free flights in a stunning and scenic backdrop. Learn about the raptors and their way of life during the daily flight shows at 11:00 am and 3:00 pm.
At Hofgut Serrig 160 mentally and multiply handicapped people live and work to farm and manufacture homemade products. In line with their slogan “Taking responsibility for people and the environment”, Hofgut Serrig is devoted to helping people with mental disabilities to grow, participate in the workplace and to design improved work processes in a sustainable way.
Explore Germany’s oldest city with its historic buildings such as the Porta Nigra, the Amphitheatre, the Basilica and the Trier Imperial Baths. Trier is only a 30-minute drive from Saarburg.
Konz Open Air Museum
4000 m2 of folkloristic exhibitions on anything from wineries to dentists can be viewed at the historic exhibition building and the newly erected forest museum. The museum comprises a tin figure and toy museum as well as 22 hectares of grounds with a typical Hunsrück village, a Moselle village (under construction), a rose garden, several rural gardens, a restaurant & beer garden and a large natural playground.
According to archaeological research and geophysical survey conducted at Villa Borg, this estate covers the remnants of one of the largest old Roman sites in the Saar-Moselle region. The impressive estate consists of a spacious manor house and a front court with several outbuildings on an area of over 7.5 hectares.
Villeroy & Boch Ceramics Museum
The Villeroy & Boch Ceramics Museum exhibits ceramic treasures from several centuries in a modern museum concept. An exciting exhibition with changing themes displays the industrial history of Europe and European culture and lifestyle from the late Baroque period until today.
Admire the bedpans of long-gone emperors and kings and take in the abundance of colours, shapes and patterns of some of these exquisite objects on display.