The museum has a permanent exhibition of works by the Worpswede artists Fritz and Hermine Overbeck, as well as special temporary exhibitions.
The Overbeck Museum in Bremen is devoted to one of the founding fathers of the Worpswede artists' colony: the painter Fritz Overbeck (1869-1909). Occupying an old warehouse in Vegesack, it looks after the legacy of Fritz Overbeck as well as that of his wife and fellow artist, Hermine Overbeck-Rohte (1869-1937). A rolling selection of works by both artists is on display throughout the year. The Overbeck Museum also presents temporary special exhibitions on related themes, such as landscape painting or art from Worpswede, and serves as a forum for contemporary artists. Guided tours, talks and art trips are also feature in the calendar of events.
free for children aged 18 and under
from 10 persons €4.00 per person
How to get there
Train Regio-S-Bahn (RS) 1