Discover the beautiful landscape around Worpswede on the legendary waterways of the Teufelsmoor on a faithful replica of a peat barge. In the middle of the 18th century and at the beginning of the 20th century, the oak boats with the brown sails were the only means of transport in the marshy wet land northeast of Bremen.
Take a trip on the Moorexpress through the Teufelsmoor: a historic train that runs from Bremen to Stade. Express times with a difference: on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, you can experience culture and the countryside on a leisurely ride.
More than a hundred years ago, the Teufelsmoor attracted artists such as Paula and Otto Modersohn, Heinrich Vogeler and Fritz and Hermine Overbeck to the moorland around Worpswede who immortalized what they saw through the impressions in their paintings.
You can discover the impressive landscape on foot: for example, walk through the vastness of the river Hamme flood plain or explore the moors on paths. Trained guides will show you the special features of the flora and fauna.