In 2021, the Harz Tourism Association (head office: Goslar) started a study to show how the six cultural institutions that belong to the district of Göttingen - the Museum in the Herzberg Castle, the Borderland Museum Bad Sachsa, the Unicorn Cave Scharzfeld, the Cave Experience Centre Iberg Dripstone Cave and the Cistercian Museum Walkenried Monastery - could get more public attention. There were several meetings on this, among others at Herzberg Castle and kings hut (Königshütte), because on these two cultural institutions were the main focus. On 13 February this year the final presentation took place in the Hotel Freizeit In in the city of Göttingen, alongside the mayors in whose towns these six cultural institutions are to be found, Mr Harald Dietzmann/Bad Grund, Mr Christopher Wagner/Town of Herzberg, Mr Daniel Quade/Town of Bad Sachsa, Mr Rolf Lange/Town of Bad Lauterberg and Mr Lars Deiters/Town of Wieda, Zorge and Walkenried, the team from the Harz Tourism Association was of course represented, such as the Managing Director Mrs Carola Schmidt and the museum educator Mrs Melanie Krilleke, who was responsible for the project part concerning the kings hut in Bad Lauterberg (Königshütte), representatives from the district of Göttingen, Mrs Vettel from the landscape association of south lower saxony (Landschaftsverband
Südniedersachsen e. V.), representatives of Tourist Informations and - as representatives of the support group of the Königshütte - Mrs Grzyb, Mr Hillegeist and Mr Mühl. And - of course - Mr Marcel Riethig, District Administrator of the Göttingen District, did not miss the opportunity to attend this event. The project part concerning the museum at Herzberg Castle was presented, followed by the kungs hut (Königshütte) project part. A guide to the kings hut (Königshütte) hut was produced by Melanie Krilleke and her team colleagues. The children were also taken into consideration, and here the Brocken Gang came into play, her members help the children to solve a riddle.
On 16 February in the museum of the kings hut, the part of the project concerning the kings hut Königshütte was presented to the press representatives from Bad Lauterberg and the materials of the hut guide were handed over to the representatives of the Königshütte. The sign with the QR code could not yet be installed in its planned place; this still requires coordination with the new owner. For the time being, it can be found in the window of the museum. In addition to the sign for the hut guide, on which the QR code is also located, the support group received the puzzle booklets, the certificates that can be issued to the children who solve the puzzle correctly, and a small red stamp box. The children need the stamp to prove that they have solved the puzzle correctly with the help of the Brockenbande.
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