The historic spa complex of Bad Rehburg - a cultural monument dating back to Romanticism
The historic Romantik Bad Rehburg spa complex, a unique 18th-century architectural and cultural monument, lies in the midst of the charming landscape of the Nature Park Lake Steinhuder Meer. The origins of the former spa complex date back to 1690, when the healing properties of the local springs were first mentioned in a document. After extensive restoration, the bathhouse from 1786 and the Wandelhalle (1841) together with the park landscape form the only preserved spa of the Romantic period in Germany. Where once the high nobility and members of the Hanoverian royal family came to take a cure "for the sake of health and pleasure", today painters, musicians and sculptors meet. An exhibition on spa life in the 18th and 19th centuries has been created in the New Bathhouse. Changing exhibitions on the upper floor of the bathhouse and in the Wandelhalle show works by contemporary painters, caricaturists, draughtsmen and illustrators. Top-class concerts, readings and costumed guided tours round off the cultural programme.
In 1842 Bad Rehburg received its own place of worship, King Ernst August of Hanover donated the Friederikenkapelle in memory of his late wife Queen Friederike. The Friederikenkapelle is located in the immediate vicinity of the former Romantik Bad Rehburg spa complex. The chapel opens its doors for regular church services and can also be visited during the opening hours of the tourist information.
Die einst königlichen Kuranlagen befinden sich in der Ortsmitte von Bad Rehburg.
Die Tourist-Information der Stadt Rehburg-Loccum befindet sich ebenfalls in der Romantik Bad Rehburg.