Hanseatic hall of the City of Lünen & Heinz-Hilpert theatre
The Hanseaal Lünen was built in 1991 as a multi-functional event hall and offers space for conferences, congresses and family celebrations. It is, together with the Heinz Hilpert Theatre, an indispensable centre of cultural life in Lünen.Read more
“Hanseatic scarf” of Lünen
In 1989, the city of Lünen initiated a unique art project, the “Lüner Hansetuch” (“Hanseatic scarf”), during the International Hanseatic Days. The collection of paintings reflects the artistic diversity, creativity and the unifying character of the Hanseatic idea and can be seen in the Hanseatic hall of of Lünen. There is also a banner on which all 40 paintings are depicted, which can be borrowed.Read more
Local port "Preußenhafen"
The local part known as the “Preußenhafen” on the Datteln-Hamm Canal used to be an important trans-shipment facility for coal. Today, it is a popular stop for boating tourism. Visitors often come here to watch the canoeists practicing and the canal boats mooring and moving off again: the perfect place for relaxing and watching the sun go down.Read more
Servicepoint im Rathaus
44532 Lünen / Germany
Phone: +49 (0)2306 1041778
Lünen is conveniently located at the intersection of federal roads B54, B 61 and B 236 with connections to the A1 and A2 motorways. Railway lines to Dortmund, Münster and Enschede (Netherlands) guarantee good rail links. The Datteln-Hamm Canal connects Lünen with the European waterway network.