Sightseeing and cultural activities
in Oberhausen and nearby


CentrO []
Germany's largest shopping mall. Adjacent to this is also the LEGO Land and the Sea-Life Aquarium.
Schloss Oberhausen []
Visit our modern city castle which inherits the „Ludwig Gallery“ museum. The current exhibition being „Herlinde Koelbl The German living room, traces of power, hair and other human things - Photographs from 1980 to today“
Aquarium located in the direct vicinity to the CentrO
Gasometer []
Our city's most famous landmark. Inside, you can visit temporary art exhibitions. If you're there, don't forget to climb on top of it, and catch an astonishing birds-eye view of the whole Ruhrgebiet!
Golf Club Röttgersbach []
No 5 minutes drive from the apartment is the Golf Club Röttgersbach with the typical character of the right Niederrhein, equipped with 18 courses, numerous bunkers and water hazards. The summer greens are open all year. The eastern area is public and playable for everyone.

Nearby cities

Zeche Zollverein Essen []
“Zollverein” Coal Mine Industrial Complex, is a former industrial site. You can walk around the Park, go to the Ruhrmuseum and get a souvenir at the visitor center. Also, one part of the complex now inherits the “red dot design museum”, which is definetely worth a visit for arts and cultural enthusiasts.
Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord []
A huge former industrial site. Go there by day and explore the highest furnace to get a great view of the nearby Ruhrgebiet areas. Go there by night, to see spectaculous light installations. It offers many sport activities like diving and a climbing garden, as well as cultural events such as a summer cinema and much more. There are playgrounds for children and gastronomic offerings. Explore the area by bike or maybe with a vintage railway!
Movie Park Germany in Bottrop []
A huge theme park located in Bottrop-Kirchhellen that is worth a visit.