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The North Frisian town of Husum is located directly on the North Sea coast and in the immediate vicinity of the Schleswig-Holstein Wadden Sea National Park. The town, which among other things impresses visitors through Husum Castle with its Gatehouse, is well-known for its tidal and inland harbour. The folding road and railway bridges on the western end of the harbour are highlights. Germany’s oldest restaurant ship, the “Nordertor” is located in the inland harbour. The Market Square with St. Mary’s Church, the Tine Fountain, “Wasserreihe” Alley, “Old Town Hall” and the Water Tower are architectural sights.
German writer Theodor Storm lived a good life here, and the rooms of his home – originally preserved in parts – can still be found today. The largest park is the Castle Park, which annually features more than 5 million blossoming crocuses in the spring.
Other events such as the annual Folk Festival, the Husum Young Herring Festival or the Husum Night of Culture – just to name a few – round off the offer of cultural activities and provide something for everyone. But the charming town is also well-known for numerous recreational activities: hiking across the tidal mudflats, cycling tours along Husum Bay, sailing, surfing, horseback riding and much more.