Located in the picturesque and historic Cracauer Anger floodplains, the Elbauenpark Magdeburg is the most recent park landscape of the capital city of Saxony-Anhalt. It took residents and visitors by the storm and has already made a name for itself among the historically established parks and gardens. The unique 90 ha ‘cultural landscape’ of the Elbauenpark, which is home to the Millennium Tower, Lake Stage, tropical Butterfly House, a fallow deer reserve, nature and water playground, sports areas, pieces of art, themed gardens and many other attractions, has cemented its place as one of Magdeburg’s most important sights and attractions.
The Millennium Tower is the landmark of the Elbauenpark. The highest wooden tower in the world is home to an exhibition on five floors that covers 6000 years of technical development, beginning in prehistoric times and travelling through the ancient world, the Middle Ages and the early modern period before returning to today's world. Several hundred exhibits, including more than 80 interactive experiments, can be experienced hands-on.
The park’s wide range of relaxing, entertaining, cultural, educational, health and sports-related attractions has enabled it to establish its own unique profile and become an ideal location for all generations. Attractive events such as the rose bloom festival, the "Ostmobil" meeting, hot-air balloon event, park festivals, concerts and ballet performances have also developed their own traditions and attract visitors from near and far.
Kurzporträt Elbauenpark Magdeburg