SinnesWald am Murbach

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Recommended by 90 out of 95 hikers

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  • Kirre

    A real gem. 70 sculptures by regional artists in a very lovingly landscaped garden. Admission is free, 2 € donation is requested. On the altogether very nice hike a highlight.

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    • July 2, 2017

  • Silvia

    You should plan about 1 hour for visiting the Sinneswald. It pays off, because art and culture complement each other in an impressive way. Keep your eyes open. I almost ran past the giant ants.

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    • October 27, 2017

  • Chris

    meaning forest
    Hartmut Hegener
    Vita:
    Telephone 02179 2209328
    E-mail stein-h-art@ish.de
    website stein-h-art.de
    Address 40764 Langenfeld, Tannenweg 8c
    born August 1957
    1977 High School
    1979 training as a stone sculptor
    at Ferdinand Ecken, Dusseldorf,
    Design seminars with the sculptor
    Reinhard Graner, Dusseldorf
    since 1984 execution of commissioned works
    1986 master's certificate
    1987 Foundation of own company
    Woodcarving seminars with the artist
    Andreas Bee
    Seminars at the art forge master
    Alfred Habermann
    since 1990 conducting workshops
    1997 examination as restorer in the stonemason
    and stone sculptor crafts
    2001 First solo exhibition
    04.2002 Opening of the own GALLERY
    stone-H-art
    2006 performance as an artist in the journal 26
    (Yearbook of the district Mettmann)
    2008 solo exhibition Kreishaus Mettmann
    Exhibition Tax Office Dusseldorf
    2012 Solo exhibition Wasserburg Haus Graven, Langenfeld
    Source: sinneswald.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=182:hegener-hartmut&catid=23&Itemid=363

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    • June 23, 2018

  • RidingBull80

    Beautifully landscaped park ... worth a visit. For the nature lovers among us, who explore the landscape together with their four-legged friends ... here no dog is allowed in, according to the signage. I think that this ban is unfavorable ... especially as the trail leads through the park.
    Maybe the owners turn a blind eye, if you take his companion on the short leash?

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    • January 4, 2017

  • Silvia

    An eventful connection between art and nature!

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    • October 29, 2017

  • Levdi

    because you have to go through with gaaaanz open eyes, great

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    • July 3, 2017

  • Jens-Uwe

    A journey of discovery into an artistic world.

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    • December 27, 2017

  • BroOklyn

    Sometimes it takes a second look

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    • June 19, 2018

  • Silvia

    Since 1993, there are also sculpture exhibitions in nature, readings, music, dance, theater, concerts, cinema and workshops. The terrain is freely accessible. Sturdy shoes are recommended. Dogs have to stay outside. Admission is a voluntary donation to maintain the facility.

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    • June 22, 2018

  • Chris

    meaning forest
    Hartmut Hegener
    Vita:
    Telephone 02179 2209328
    E-mail stein-h-art@ish.de
    Website stein-h-art.de
    Address 40764 Langenfeld, Tannenweg 8c
    born August 1957
    1977 High School
    1979 training as a stone sculptor
    at Ferdinand Ecken, Dusseldorf,
    Design seminars with the sculptor
    Reinhard Graner, Dusseldorf
    since 1984 execution of commissioned works
    1986 master's certificate
    1987 Foundation of own company
    Woodcarving seminars with the artist
    Andreas Bee
    Seminars at the art forge master
    Alfred Habermann
    since 1990 conducting workshops
    1997 examination as restorer in the stonemason
    and stone sculptor crafts
    2001 First solo exhibition
    04.2002 Opening of the own GALLERY
    stone-H-art
    2006 performance as an artist in the journal 26
    (Yearbook of the district Mettmann)
    2008 solo exhibition Kreishaus Mettmann
    Exhibition Tax Office Dusseldorf
    2012 Solo exhibition Wasserburg Haus Graven, Langenfeld
    Source: sinneswald.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=182:hegener-hartmut&catid=23&Itemid=363

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    • June 23, 2018

  • Kapuste

    The SinnesWald Sculpture Park in Leichlingen is worth a visit. It is quite impressive what artists think of their art objects - usually there is a little explanation to the shown - how the art integrates into the landscape, what wind and weather make of the art and how much love this park is designed. For children it is ideally suited, stimulates the imagination, invites to use a swing, ball track, noise of the woods - and brings on top of things worth knowing. For the park there are 5 of max. 5 stars. sinneswald.netAfter exploring the park, you can end it even in the Wietsch mill. Here, in the afternoon, the children can eat grilled sausages or play in the adjacent creek, while the adults enjoy a delicious home-made berry wine, accompanied by grilled steak and potato salad. A day goes by at both highlights like nothing.

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    • April 18, 2017

  • RidingBull80

    Admission free and in the context of an inspection of the LR Lucas way a favorable turning point, in order to come back to the start.

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    • April 19, 2017

  • BroOklyn

    Here you can let your eyes wander

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    • June 17, 2018

  • Stramm Karin

    Great topic - curiosity! Super intrigued in the landscape - good shoes required. Actually not yet opened until the 5th of May but probably. Hans was there 20 minutes before

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    • April 26, 2019

  • Andrea

    Can dogs with pure

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    • April 26, 2019

  • BroOklyn

    There is a lot to see here, sometimes only at second glance.

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    • June 18, 2018

  • Silvia

    Here, art and nature combine in a wonderful way.

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    • December 23, 2018

  • Tom Rambler

    Dogs not allowed, see website

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    • April 27, 2019

  • Peter_H_65 🐻

    Wow! 😃 What there is to discover in the forest all in art! 🧐 You can forget about time when looking at the many artistic installations. And the commitment of the operators, that is really worth all honor and truly deserves a small (voluntary) attention in the donation stone!
    We will certainly stop by again!
    sinneswald.net

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    • June 9, 2019

  • Peter_H_65 🐻

    Wow! 😃 What there is to discover all the art on the paths through the garden and the forest! 🧐 Since you can forget about time when looking at all the artistic installations. And as for the commitment of the operators - this is already worthy of honor and certainly deserves a small (voluntary) attention in the donation stone!
    We will gladly drop by again!
    sinneswald.net

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    • June 9, 2019

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Best Hikes that include the Highlight ‘SinnesWald am Murbach’

Location: Leichlingen (Rhld.), Rheinisch-Bergischer Kreis, Bergisches Land, Cologne District, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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