Bad Bramstedt ( (help·info)) is a municipality in the district of Segeberg, in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. It is situated approximately 40 km north of Hamburg. It is famous for its statue of Roland and its rheumatism clinic. The current mayor is Hans-Jürgen Küntbach (FDP).
- Oskar Alexander (1881–1942), founder of the rheumatism clinic in Bad Bramstedt. Murdered in Sachsenhausen concentration camp for being of Jewish descent.
- Arved Fuchs, born 1953 in Bad Bramstedt, adventurer, first person to reach both the North and South Pole within one year and by foot.
- Karl Lagerfeld fashion designer, born in Hamburg but went to school in Bad Bramstedt.
- Siegfried Liebschner (1935–2006), Baptist theologian, born in Bad Bramstedt
- Charles I.D. Looff (1852–1918), builder of various carousels and the Santa Monica Pier
- Johanna Mestorf (1828–1909), first female museum director in Germany and first woman in Prussia to hold the title of professor, born in Bad Bramstedt
- Heinrich Christian Schumacher (1780–1850), astronomer.
- Augusta Louise zu Stolberg-Stolberg (1753–1835), corresponded with Goethe as Gustchen
- Friedrich Leopold zu Stolberg-Stolberg (1715–1819), poet
- Kurt Gustav Wilckens (1886-1923), militant German anarchist.