Brothers Grimm fairy tale trail

Short facts

  • Rehburg-Loccum

Once upon a time, a long time ago, queens and kings drove to Bad Rehburg in carriages ...

Once upon a time, a long, long time ago, queens and kings drove with carriages to the spa in Bad Rehburg in the "Madeira of the North" to relax.

During the Romantic era, the brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were also traveling between Hanau, Loccum and Buxtehude to write down fairy tales and legends. Some of them can be seen on enchanted forest paths and fabulous vantage points in the Rehburg mountains and in the former spa park of the Romantik Bad Rehburg.

A fairytale walk awaits fairy tale friends of all ages!
Look forward to unique vantage points, fairytale characters to touch and benches to relax.

Start the fairytale walk at the forest entrance at the end of Friedrich-Stolberg-Allee and then follow the signs on the forest paths.


31547 Rehburg-Loccum


Phone: +49 5037 / 300060



General information

  • Suitable for any weather
  • for Groups
  • for Class
  • for families
  • for individual guests
  • Pet allowed
  • Suitable for the Elderly
  • Suitable for Pushchair
  • for Children of the age of 3-6
  • for Children of the age of 6-10
  • for Children of the age of 10 upwards
Payment Options
  • Entrance Free

The town of Rehburg-Loccum is located in the south of the Nienburg / Weser district in Lower Saxony, just under 40 km northwest of Hanover. The city includes five districts: Bad Rehburg, Loccum, Münchehagen, Rehburg and Winzlar.


You can reach Rehburg-Loccum by public transport.

The nearest train stations are in Wunstorf and Neustadt am Rübenberge. From these train stations you can take the bus without changing trains to Romantik Bad Rehburg in the Bad Rehburg district.


The Regiobus line 835, the bicycle bus, runs from April to October as a ring line around the Steinhuder Meer and thus connects the towns on the Steinhuder Meer.


Rehburg-Loccum can be reached by car via the A 2 (exit Wunstorf / Luthe) and the federal highways 441 and 482 (exit Seelenfeld)

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