Ladegast-Orgel in Naunhof (©D. Wadewitz)

Turmuhrenmuseum Naunhof

Turmuhrenmuseum

Waldbad Naunhof © SV Naunhof

Waldbad Naunhof © SV Naunhof

Naunhof

Naunhof’s idyllic, pastoral location in the area surrounding the River Parthe makes it a key attraction in the Leipzig region. The charming small town is surrounded by the largest forested area to the south-east of Leipzig and has therefore come to be known as the green heart of the Partheland. At the many bathing lakes, visitors can experience nature at its purest. Lakes Albrechtshain, Moritz and Grillen encourage visitors to fully relax and unwind.

Naunhof has earned a reputation for being a cycling-friendly town, thanks to the extensive cycling network that connects it to the region of forests and lakes. In addition, the town has a wide range of leisure activities and restaurants. Visitors to Naunhof should take the time to see the tower clock museum, the local history museum and the museum of historical office technology. The Ladegast organ in the parish church, with its baroque sound, will captivate church organ enthusiasts.