The station in Alt-Wetter is a stopover for regional trains and the S-Bahn Rhine-Ruhr.
Whether from the Volmarstein castle, from the T├╝cking, from the other side of the Harkortsee, from the Harkortturm tower or from one or the other higher private apartment: the view of the Alt-Wetter offers numerous perspectives.
Built in 1250-1274, the Castle of Wetter belonged to the Counts of the Mark and was considered an important fortress. The castle also got famous by Friedrich Harkort (1793-1880).
The natural bathing area is a highlight in the leisure activities of the Ruhr Valley region and an experience for the whole family.
The "Freiheit" Wetter is a medieval town center with restored half-timbered houses.
The industrial park "Sch├Ântal" is located in the south of Alt-Wetter and covers an area of approximately 185,000 m2 up>.
The Harkortberg is a 231.6 meter high and approximately 1.5 km long extension to the south of the heights "Auf dem Heil" in the Ardey Mountains.
The Harkortturm is a view tower on the Harkortberg.
The inner city of Alt-Wetter has emerged from the former village Wetter.
Trees are for climbing – at least in the climbing forest on the Harkortberg.
The cemetery is a large park.
The Philippsh├Âhe is a one-line house group in the K├Ânigsstra├če in Alt-Wetter.
The town hall of Wetter is a protected monumental building.
Since September 2010, the Ruhrtal Center has been inviting you to go shopping, strolling and rummaging in the inner center of Alt-Wetter.
The Realschule is an independent, general education school.
The Villa B├Ânnhoff, which has been under monument protection since 1984, is now again an interesting example of villa architecture at the beginning of the 20th century.
The Villa Vorsteher is an entrepreneurial house built in the 1890s.