Living on a river, like the Elbe, has many advantages, which people have used for centuries. At the same time, they had to protect themselves from the dangers of a flood and built dikes and dams. The open-air exhibition EinFlussReich, in the immediate vicinity of the well-known Elwkieker observation tower, informs children and adults with playful content about the topic of floods. You can learn how people experienced the floods on the Elbe, how effective flood protection is, and which flood protection projects have already been implemented on the Elbe. Become a decision-maker yourself at our interactive exhibition elements and see whether your flood protection measures help to protect Boizenburg from flooding.
We look forward to your visit!
Opening hours & free admission
EinFlussReich is an open-air exhibition and therefore independent of opening hours and entrance fees!
Please observe the opening hours on weekdays from 8:00-16:00 when visiting the information centre with the multimedia biosphere pad.
How to find us
The open-air exhibition EinFlussReich is located directly on the Elbe cycle path on the Elbberg in Boizenburg in the district of Vier, only 300 m from the former checkpoint (transit checkpoint) Vier. The historic old town and the harbour are about 1.5 km away. You can reach the exhibition easily via the B 5 or via the Elbe cycle path (section D). Parking spaces for bicycles and cars are available.