Guided walk: Jewish life in Oberursel

The Victim's Memorial (Opferdenkmal) in OberurselA guided walk entitled “Auf den Spuren jüdischen Lebens in Oberursel” (Traces of Jewish life in Oberursel) is being offered on Sunday, 24th October, 2021 by historian Angelika Rieber.

The tour starts at 2.30pm at the fountain on the Marktplatz and costs 3EUR per person.

Anyone interested in taking part must register in advance by calling 06171 502-232 or writing to tourismus@oberursel.de by Friday, 22nd October.

Find out how the Celts lived in Oberursel

A celtic funeral pileA tour entitled “Das keltische Leben am Fuße des Feldbergs” (celtic life at the foot of the Feldberg) is being held on Saturday, 9th October, 2021 at 2pm.

The tour starts at the Taunus Information Centre and costs €5 per person, those taking part should have sturdy footwear.

Due to corona restrictions, anyone wishing to take part should register in advance by calling 06171 502-232 or writing to tourismus@oberursel.de by 8th October. Spaces are limited to 10 people per guide. Face masks are recommended, as is a negative COVID-19 test.

Take a tour of Oberursel’s old town

The Bleiche in Oberursels old town

A tour of the old town (Altstadt) part of Oberursel is being offered on Saturday, 2nd October, 2021 at 2pm.

The tour starts in front of the Vortaunusmuseum at the Marktplatz at 2pm and costs €3 per person.

Due to corona restrictions, anyone wishing to take part should register in advance by calling 06171 502-232 or writing to tourismus@oberursel.de by 1st October. Spaces are limited to 10 people per guide. Face masks are recommended, as is a negative COVID-19 test.

A tour of Camp King

The Kinderhaus - previously Haus Florida, Haus 997, Haus am Wald and Außerhalb 7 - now Jean-Sauer-Weg 2On Saturday, 18th September, 2021 there will be a tour of the area in Oberursel known as “Camp King” with local town guide Sylvia Struck.

The tour covers the history of the area from the Reichssiedlungshof in the 1930s, through the time of the Auswertestelle West up to the end of the U.S. Army presence in the town.

The meeting point is at the “Kinderhaus” in the Jean-Sauer-Weg at 2pm, and the tour costs 3EUR.

This is an interesting opportunity for local residents to learn more about the history of the area that they live in.

Due to corona restrictions, anyone wishing to take part should register in advance by calling 06171 502-232 or writing to tourismus@oberursel.de by 17th September as spaces are limited.  Face masks are recommended, as is a negative COVID-19 test.

Find out how the Celts lived in Oberursel

A celtic funeral pileA tour entitled “Das keltische Leben am Fuße des Feldbergs” (celtic life at the foot of the Feldberg) is being held on Saturday, 11th September, 2021 at 2pm.

The tour starts at the Taunus Information Centre and costs €5 per person, those taking part should have sturdy footwear.

Due to corona restrictions, anyone wishing to take part should register in advance by calling 06171 502-232 or writing to tourismus@oberursel.de by 10th September. Spaces are limited to 10 people per guide. Face masks are recommended, as is a negative COVID-19 test.

Take a tour of Oberursel’s old town

The Bleiche in Oberursels old town

A tour of the old town (Altstadt) part of Oberursel is being offered on Saturday, 4th September, 2021 at 2pm.

The tour starts in front of the Vortaunusmuseum at the Marktplatz at 2pm and costs €3 per person.

Due to corona restrictions, anyone wishing to take part should register in advance by calling 06171 502-232 or writing to tourismus@oberursel.de by 3rd September. Spaces are limited to 10 people per guide. Face masks are recommended, as is a negative COVID-19 test.

Take a tour of Oberursel’s old town

The Bleiche in Oberursels old town

A tour of the old town (Altstadt) part of Oberursel is being offered on Saturday, 7th August, 2021 at 2pm.

The tour starts in front of the Vortaunusmuseum at the Marktplatz at 2pm and costs €3 per person.

Due to corona restrictions, anyone wishing to take part should register in advance by calling 06171 502-232 or writing to tourismus@oberursel.de by 6th August. Spaces are limited to 10 people per guide. Face masks are recommended, as is a negative COVID-19 test.

Flea Market in the Adenauerallee

Flea Market - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / photoflorenzoThe monthly flea market in the Adenauerallee in Oberursel will resume on Saturday, 17th July, 2021 between 7am and 1pm.  The number of stands has been reduced, and visitors should obverse social distancing rules and not form groups.

The flea market starts at the end of the pedestrian zone and continues the length of the Adenauerallee and over the railway lines towards Bommersheim. One part also takes place in the Nassauer Straße next to the U-Bahn tracks.

To get there by train take either the line U3 or S5 to Oberursel’s main station.

Guided walk: Jewish life in Oberursel

The Victim's Memorial (Opferdenkmal) in OberurselA guided walk entitled “Auf den Spuren jüdischen Lebens in Oberursel” (Traces of Jewish life in Oberursel) is being offered on Sunday, 18th July, 2021 by historian Angelika Rieber.

The tour starts at 2.30pm at the fountain on the Marktplatz and costs 3EUR per person.

Anyone interested in taking part must register in advance by calling 06171 502-232 or writing to tourismus@oberursel.de by Friday, 16th July.

Donate Blood in Weißkirchen

Blood - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / iqonceptBlood can be donated at the fire station in Weißkirchen (part of Oberursel) on Wednesday, 26th December, 2018 between 1pm and 5pm. The fire station is located at Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Strasse 2a.

To donate you must be healthy and between 18 and 68 years of age. If you have not donated before, then you must not be over 60. You must take some form of identification with you, such as a passport, that contains a photo.

You can read more about what then happens here (in German).

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