The Focke Museum, surrounded by a large park, offers four historic buildings as well as a modern main building and a recently built foam magazine. In these buildings are numerous collections on urban and cultural history. Just as in the architecture of the whole complex, you will also find an amazing interplay between old and current.
The Overseas Museum not only houses rare and valuable objects, it also offers entertainment, experience and education. It combines the diversity of the whole world in a unique exhibition. The many different aspects of the overseas habitat, such as trade and culture, are presented vividly.
Embark on an exciting journey into the world of plants. The concept of the Botanika is to "make nature come alive." The visitor should be seduced with colors, fragrances and shapes and animated to experiment. In addition, the Botanika houses the Peace Buddha of Europe. This was given away by the Dalai Lama himself.
The Theater am Goetheplatz has been known for decades for its exciting productions. Music theater, drama, dance, experimental, readings and many interesting and innovative guest performances provide a lively variety.
Bremen city center offers its visitors a multitude of attractive sights. The center is the historic marketplace on which the "Statue of Liberty" of Bremen, the Roland stand since 1404. It is a symbol of law and freedom and the largest Roland statue in Germany.
The Schnoor district owes its name to the location of the houses. They are laid out just like a string (Low German: Schnoor). The St. John's Church towers over them and, together with the houses, a beautiful sight, if you want to escape the department stores and office buildings once.
The beautiful Bremer Blockland is always worth a visit. The winding dyke road with numerous old farmsteads, the call of the cuckoo in the spring, a river landscape that changes with the passage of the tides, represents an idyll of a special kind that they should not miss.
Worpswede has been a well-known artist village for over 100 years. The Devil's Moor, which surrounds Worpswede, has always provided inspiration to artists who have made this area famous. But not only artists make a pilgrimage to Worpswede. It is also one
beautiful place to relax and unwind.
The Universum Science Center Bremen offers in over 250 stations a fascinating tour through the topics "man", "earth" and "cosmos". In addition to this exhibition, it also offers interesting special exhibitions, senior afternoons, dinners in the dark, lectures, children's birthdays and company events.
The BB kart track has 5,300 square meters on 2 floors. The kart track was built in an old parking garage and is located on the 6th and 7th floors. These are easily accessible by a lift. On both floors of the track there is enough space for spectators who want to follow the action on the track. There is also a cafeteria on the 7th floor which is separated from the kart track by walls and windows. So you can relax, while others drive.
The PARADICE - the Bremen Eissporthalle - offers a great ice arena for ice skaters, families and schools on two mirror-smooth ice rinks with a size of around 3,500 square meters and around 1,200 standing and 700 seats.
For a fixed monthly amount you get a bike that always works. Is your bike broken? Then Swapfiets ensures that a working bike is at your doorstep within 12 hours. In short, never again trouble with your bike.