Garten der Möllenvogtei

You will find the garden of the bailiwick, the so-called Möllenvogtei, next to Magdeburg Cathedral at the northern exit of the Remtergang. It dates back to the beginning of the old city centre and therefore represents one of the oldest public gardens in Magdeburg. No changes have been made since the Middle Ages so you can actually visit a part of medieval Magdeburg here. The last preserved town gate of the old city, dating back to 1493, stands here. Also deserving a special mention are the valuable trees, the small alcoves in the walls of the inner ward, a stone staircase rising to the remnants of the Gangolphi Chapel and an unadorned well.

Size: 1 ha
Opening hours: free access, open all year
Admission: free, dogs must be kept on leash at all times
Parking facilities
Wheelchair access to main areas

Tram no. 2, 9 and 10 to
Magdeburg Cathedral stop,
Remtergang exit