The city is situated in Lower Saxony area of Germany. It is notable for its lush green terrain, large centrally located park area, and heritage buildings. There is plenty for visitors to see and do. If you are fond of water sports you can rent a boat for adventure on the Graft Lake, one of the major attractions of the city. If golf is your favoured activity you can drive to the Mini Golf course for an afternoon of putting. Bowling is another sport that you can enjoy at the Graft, and you can take the entire family along. You can also use a roomy rental car to take the family to the indoor swimming pool. If your evenings are free you can watch a movie at the Maxx Theatre, or explore the nightlife at the Retro dance club and the Cabarelo lounge bar. Visitors can learn more about life in 18th century Germany on a tour of the historic Mill Museum, which features a partly functional mill dating back to those times. You can club this visit with a trip to the Nordwolle Industrial Museum, which features well preserved 19th century industrial equipment used for wool processing in Germany. The Town Hall, easily reached by car, was built in 1914. It reflects the Art Noveau style which was once a popular design concept in Germany.