The summit of the Götzinger Höhe (425m NN) is crowned by a 25m high iron tower, which guarantees a panoramic view up to the table mountains of the Saxon Switzerland and the first peaks of the Lusatian Mountains. Sure - it takes a little courage to climb the numerous steps of the iron spiral staircase. But it is worth it in any case.
The Götzingerhöhe (originally Achtlindenberg) was named after the local historian Wilhelm Leberecht Götzinger (1758-1818), who lived in Neustadt and described this view and the entire area in detail for the first time. A granite block with a plaque and a painting in the restaurant commemorate him today.