Höxter and Corvey - the lively, dense half-timbered town and the expanse of the field on the Weser. The spatial and atmospheric experience of the shared history of the sites in the sense of a 'journey through time' is the leitmotif for the State Garden Show 2023. Four sub-areas each tell their own independent story and offer a variety of spatial and atmospheric qualities. The places will be connected as an open-space sequence via the promenade path, which will run in a generous curve and fit precisely into the existing landscape. The banks of the Weser and the ramparts are developed in a differentiated way from the existing buildings and the pedestrian connections between the city and the banks are strengthened. A circular path based on the existing buildings will link the Corvey History Park in the Weserbogen. The Archaeological Window defined by a slightly raised footbridge guides visitors through the history of the site. The Remtergarten in the direct vicinity of the World Heritage Site is understood as an introverted place that offers different atmospheres.