Bergedorf Rathauspark

A green oasis with historical charm, artistic sculptures and idyllic retreats.

The Bergedorf Town Hall Park, once part of the villa of the merchant Hermann Messtorff, has been open to the public since 1924. Covering an area of around two hectares, it is an important garden monument whose basic structures date back to the early days of the villa and are still recognisable despite several redesigns. The park is home to a variety of attractions such as an open-air theatre, a spacious playground and a picturesque pond. In 1925, the park served as the backdrop for the "Bergedorf Horticultural Exhibition", which covered not only the entire area but also some of the neighbouring gardens. Other highlights include a columned temple and a "sculpture landscape", which invite visitors to linger and discover.

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