ElefantenkloThe most known view in Gießen seems to be the E-Klo, a "masterwork" of the questionable urban planning policy from the late 1960s. It is a massive pedestrian overpass found at Selterstor. The popular name is due to the three large octagonal openings in the concrete slab. This says a lot about what is there to see in urban Gießen.
DünsbergAncient Celtic buildings, e.g., a Celtic oppidum was rebuilt. They are on the , a small wooded hill where activities such as hiking and cycling are popular. Nearby are some old castles, which can be visited too.
address: Liebigstraße 8An interactive museum of math and physics just down the road from the main train station.
address: Liebigstraße 12
address: Berliner Platz 1With temporary art exhibitions.
phone: +49 641 65879address: Richard-Schirrmann-Weg 53
address: Wißmarer Weg 45