The Osten-Hemmoor ferry: an open-air stage for culture

The band Pojatz playing. Photo: Karl-Heinz Brinkmann

It has been a tough year due to the COVID-19 restrictions. Making it impossible for us to celebrate the bridge’s 111th anniversary. But it’s not all bad news.

Since June, when the bridge was permitted to resume its activity, the flow of visitors has been increasing steadily, exceeding the number of visitors in the 2019 season by 35%. A new record.

Also, the ferry has become a stage for open-air cultural events. It all started with musicians rehearsing outside, having been prohibited from doing so indoors, a move we are certain has opened many new possibilities for the future.

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