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Guided Tours & Audiences

Have you ever dreamed of kissing Sleeping Beauty awake? Granted, we can't offer that, it's too late for that. Because Sleeping Beauty is already awake.
But you can meet Sleeping Beauty and the prince, Mother Hulda, Puss in Boots and other fairytale creatures in person during audiences and guided tours.
If you prefer something a little less fairytale-like, follow the Bartenwetzer in Melsungen, the Baxmann in Hessisch Oldendorf, a night watchman in Rotenburg or another tough guy through dark alleys and stories. Once you've "tasted blood", a historical theatre tour in Frankenberg could be the next treat for you – or a creepy walk with the Nieste walking school.
And if it was "too much of a good thing" after all, let yourself be guided through the "heyday of the spa" in Bad Wildungen or be cured by Doctor Eisenbart in Hann. Münden.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are legal requirements for events of all kinds, including event bans until further notice.
These can vary from region to region and can change at any time - even at short notice.
Therefore, before booking and again before starting a trip, you should inform yourself about the current regulations at your desired destination.
Under the following link you will find information on the regulations in the German federal states - unfortunately we cannot guarantee their correctness.

Guided Tours & Audiences

A special note for guests who do not speak German:
Some of the guided tours and audiences offers or events presented here are currently only available in German,
some are offered regularly, others on demand in different languages.
In many cases, fairytale magic and fabulous seductions do not need spoken language to be properly experienced.
Let yourself be surprised or inquire directly at the address given in each case.
And please understand that for technical reasons some descriptions are shown here only in German. Thank you very much!

“In Steinau, we'll show you the places where the Brothers Grimm discovered the world as children."

The city guides from Steinau an der Straße

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