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|Category||Historical Site , Arts Centre|
Today's ironworks in Augustfehn is privately owned and has a wide range of gastronomic and cultural uses. In the tower room there is a room for civil weddings. In earlier times, waterways and peat deposits made entrepreneurs aware of Augustfehn. In 1856 the Oldenburg Ironworks Society was founded in Augustfehn, which drove the economic rise of the Fehnort. Today the boiler house with water tower, two halls and parts of the wall are still preserved from the site. The unusual water tower can be seen from afar and has become a symbol for Augustfehn. Leaning to the south is the boiler house, where the steam boiler used to drive the machines. .
Wednesday to Friday 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Access to the building is free.
AB 28 Abfahrt Apen/Remels Richtung Augustfehn fahren. Im Ort Augustfehn direkt nach dem Bahnübergang befindet sich das Eisenhüttengelände mit der Eisenhütte auf der rechten Straßenseite.