The name of the city gives it away: The Ruhr shapes Mülheim an der Ruhr more than anything else. Many idyllic meadows, lots of green along the banks and agricultural areas on the outskirts of the city quickly make you forget that you are in the middle of the Ruhrgebiet.
Mülheim City Marketing and Tourism GmbH - Tourist Information Office
45468 Mülheim an der Ruhr
Phone: 0208 / 960960
Fax: 0208 / 9609649
Homepage: http: //www.muelheim-ruhr.de
Over 14 km, the RuhrtalRadweg winds its way through the middle of the city of Mülheim and offers numerous opportunities for entertaining or exciting stops: For example, at the new city harbor in the city center with relaxed break options on the beautiful Ruhr promenade. The Aquarius Wassermuseum in the listed water tower and anchor point on the Route of Industrial Culture is dedicated to the element of water in all its facets, and the water station on the lock island is not only worth seeing, but also a landing stage for the White Fleet excursion ships. Another highlight of industrial culture is the world's largest walk-in camera obscura with a museum dedicated to the prehistory of film. Mülheim also has a lot to offer in terms of culture - for example, the art museum in the Alte Post - one of the RuhrKunstMuseen - with masterpieces from the early 20th century, and the Ringlokschuppen and the renowned Theater an der Ruhr are also well-known institutions beyond the city limits.