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Spessart throne in the Gelnhausen city garden

Short facts

  • Gelnhausen

Fairytale Spessart throne with a view over Gelnhausen

The throne has always been a symbol of kings and gods, of rule and power. All visitors to the Gelnhausen City Garden from near and far can now savor grandeur feelings - even if only for moments: an oversized Spessart fairy tale throne is available on the crescent for souvenir photos of all kinds.

The majestic piece of furniture is "Spessart through and through". It was created from Spessartiche oak, which comes from a local sawmill, by the Jossgrund artist and sculptor Faxe Müller. And there is not just one of its kind!


Stephanusberg 24

63571 Gelnhausen


Phone: +49 6051 / 83 03 00


Website: www.gelnhausen.de

General information

  • for families
  • for individual guests
  • for Children of all Ages
  • Suitable for Pushchair
Other Furnishing/Equipment
  • Children's Playground (outdoors)
  • Toilet

Public transportation:

Gelnhausen can be easily reached by bus and train. The station is on line 50/51 between Frankfurt and Fulda. Line 46 of the Hessian State Railway also stops here from / to Gießen.




You can reach Gelnhausen by car via the direct motorway connection to the A66.

There are a large number of public parking spaces, from which the city garden can be reached on foot in 5-10 minutes.

More info

Visit the website of Spessart-Tourismus GmbH to find out more about the other locations: www.spessart-tourismus.de/spessart-maerchenthron

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