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Make sure to do the climb to the statue first and then pay a visit to the museum. The climb is steep but offers breath taking views. Remember to carry you Zoom lens.
The Water fountains which runs from the Herkules is now on open...More
When we visited in August, this was undergoing repairs and so some parts of this site were closed. I am sure it must be worthwhile when in operation. You can climb up the monument for a fee and climb down the side of the water...More
Took bus to this place, gorgeous view over the town Kassel, Historical structure under renovation while making visit, but still found it grand and worth a visit, worth take a walk from here down to the garden below.
Unfortunately when we visited the whole building was undergoing massive Restoration so nothing was really accessible nor could you really see it all very well. Impressive, bit pompous but that is the style of the whole area.
A great location on top of the hill, overlooking the extensive water features flowing down all the way, the city of Kassel in the distance. This massive 18th century Herkules structure is already 12 years being restored and still not finished. The impressive water features...More
It is recommended to stop on the way and enter the city of Kassel to see the Hercules monument located on a 260-meter mountain above the rooftops of the city of Kassel located at the highest point in the Bergpark Wilhelmshohe park in the northern...More
The construction progress sign as you approach from the parking lot showed a timeline where restoration is complete by 2011... Fast forward to 2018 and I counted 6+ cranes and scaffolding over 2/3s of everything to look at. The statue, the fountains, the waterfalls, the...More