Ponds of Haselbach
The nature reserve 'Ponds of Haselbach' is located directly at the bicycle route called 'Pleißeradweg' and can be easily explored by bike on well-developed paths.
Bearded Tit, Little Bittern, Butterflies, Green Toad or Otters, the ponds of Haselbach are an eldorado for nature enthusiats, photographers, walkers and hikers.
Photo: Mike Jessat
Hof Rauschenbach (Bioland)
Der Hof Rauschenbach in Remsa ist ein ökologisch wirtschaftender Familienbetrieb und seit 2014 der erste zertifizierte Bioland-Betrieb im Altenburger Land.
Gezüchtet werden neben Fleckvieh, Sattelschweine und Wasserbüffel. Auf den Ackerflächen werden werden Weizen, Gerste, Ackerbohnen, Erbsen, Hafer und Roggen angebaut.
Foto: Hof Rauschenbach
The historic mill in Lumpzig is the last preserved postmill in the Altenburger Land and at the same time one of the two oldest (1732) in Thuringia. The mill has been restored in the last two decades by members of the association Altenburger Bauernhöfe e.V. Together with the farm, the post mill will be a meeting and education center where you can learn how to mill grain or how the famous mite cheese is produced.
Photo: Enrico Neunubel
Manor of Treben
The manor Rittergut Treben is a historic building ensemble in the center of the village. An attractive place used for cultural events, such as the Altenburg Music Festival, book-readings, lectures, and exhibitions.
The repair and management of the building is supported by the preservation society 'Förderverein Rittergut Treben e.V.'.
Photo: Stefan Quart, Axel Erler
Narrow Gauge Railway
The narrow gauge railway in Haselbach is a former mine train, which is today a tourist railway between the cities Meuselwitz and Regis-Breitingen. Travel days are several times a month from April to October and on holidays.
Every year on the 3rd weekend in August the railway tranforms for three days into the Wild West. The western days in Haselback attract thousands of visitors every year to the track.
Photo: Kohlebahnen Haselbach e.V., Michael Erler
The Paper Museum in Fockendorf is currently the only one of its kind in the German state of Thuringia. The paper production is exhibited by a experimental paper machine. A collection of handmade papers with watermarks and many other exhibits are presented. There is also the possibility watch different videos about the history of paper manufacturing.
Photo: Traditionsverein Papierfabrik