Historic town center: Haan-Gruiten

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Historical city center
The picturesque, historic village of Gruiten is part of the Garden City Haan. The historic core of the idyllic village is located in the Düssel valley: Gruiten-Dorf is particularly well-known for its listed and well-preserved slate and half-timbered houses.

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General Information

  • Parking lots available

fitness

  • for groups

  • for families

  • for individual guests

  • suitable for seniors

  • for children (3-6 years)

  • for children (6-10 years)

  • for children (from 10 years)

foreign languages

German

Payment options

Eintritt frei

Hygiene and infection control measures

The current hygiene and infection protection measures of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia apply.

Arrival & Parking

Coming from the north/south on the A3 at the 19-Kreuz Hilden, take the A46 in the direction of Wuppertal. Continue on the A46, take the 30-Haan-Ost exit and drive west on the L357. Continue on Gräfrather Str., continue on Gruitener Str., take the first exit at the roundabout, and take the second exit at the roundabout onto Vohwinkeler Str. Continue on Pastor-Vömel-Strasse. There is a car park on the left from where the historic village of Haan-Gruiten can be explored.

Price information

can be visited free of charge from the outside

author

Office for Culture and Tourism

Düsseldorfer Strasse 26
40822 Mettmann

0049 2104 99-0

Organization

Historic town center: Haan-Gruiten

Pastor-Vömel-Strasse
42781 Haan

http://www.historisches-dorf-gruiten.de/

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