Viewing tower Behmshöhe

Since 1818 on the east lakeside of Lake Tollensesee in Nemerower Holz the traditional bird-shooting has taken place, which has been celebrated as an annual fair. The restaurants, the villa quarter Augustabad and a spa hotel were already established around 1900 and gave impulses for the incipient tourism. An initiative of the former club for tourism led to the building of an attraction in Nemerower Holz.

In 1897 the city fathers decided to build a viewing tower that was given to the public in 1905. From donations and proceeds of public celebrations, which were organized for this occasion, they funded this building. The 34 metre high tower stands on top of Behmshöhe und allows a wonderful view on the Lake Tollensesee and the surrounding rolling countryside. Even if you have to climb 111 steps to reach the platform, the fantastic farsightedness will surely reward the effort.

The viewing tower is not accessible for people with limited mobility.

Opening Times

From, 15.04.19 to midst of November:  09:00 – 18:00
(closed from midst of November  to midst of April)

On weekends
(23./24.03.2019; 30./31.03.2019; 06./07.04.2019; 13./14.04.2019)
visitors can enjoy the view on the lake and the beautiful surrounding from 9 a.m. to 18 p.m.

If needed, the key is available in the town hall. Call 0395 555-1100

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Opening Times

Monday to Friday: 10:00 – 19:00 Uhr
Saturday: 10:00 – 16:00 Uhr
Please note our special opening times during city-centre events


Touristinfo Neubrandenburg
Marktplatz 1
17033 Neubrandenburg

Tel.: 0395 55 95127

City of Four Gates on Lake Tollensesee