Mensa Münster welcomes and invites you to celebrate Silvester 2018 and welcome the New Year 2019. Where? In this somehow oversized small village at the lake in the center of the Münsterland.
A cheerful turn of the year is our mission. Hence we knit some – hopefully – awesome events together. Next to the traditional events “local excursions, cultural events, urban exploration and lectures” we planned one or two not so traditional surprises. We will tell you later on…surprise, surprise.
Münster is situated nearly in the middle between Osnabrück in the northeast, Bielefeld in the East, Dortmund in the south and Enschede in the Northwest. You will meet a wonderful reconstructed historic city and the Aa, the local river of Münster (which also divides Münster). The Aa was kind enough to donate a lake to the city and with it a great sailing area with two competitive sailing clubs. Also alpine interested people will find something of interest. The Baumberge (“tree mountains”) mark our high-altitude region – at least the Westerberg marks a great (and the highest) landmark with its height of 187,6 meters (that’s no small thing for residents of the lowlands). Münster itself is a mixture of cautious bureaucratic town and vital students’ city. Nine universities with 61.000 students have a large share of the 310.000 residents of Münster.
A visit to Münster is worthwhile. If you want to visit the Picasso-Museum, a modern dinner at the A2 restaurant at the lake, a stopover at the cathedral or just strolling through the city – a large range of interest will met. And sometimes you will find curiosities within the cityscape like the three cages outside the Lamberti church tower high in the sky, the mysterious white spherical monuments at the lake shore or the primeval resident himself.
We are looking forward to your visit to Münster for the Sylvester celebration!