Town Hall and Roland statue - World Cultural Heritage of Bremen

Guided tour for groups


Bremen's Town Hall with its Weser-style Renaissance façade, is associated with fascinating stories and thrilling sagas. Historic and traditional events still take place there today. Civic receptions, the oldest Freemason's banquet in the world, concerts and many other events are held in the magnificent surroundings of the Upper Hall and the banqueting hall. The stony eyes of the Roland statue look out with pride over Bremen's Hanseatic history of liberty and independence and in 2004, Bremen's Town Hall and the Roland statue were even awarded UNESCO World Heritage status. Join our guide for an interesting tour around the Town Hall and to the Roland statue, visit the Upper Hall and banqueting hall and have a look inside the Golden Chamber. Unique insights await you. 

1 two-hour guided tour incl. tour of the town hall (approx. 1 hour)

€ 140,00 per group (for foreign languages)

2 hours

Daily on request until 31.12.2022

Opening times can change at short notice if the town hall is needed for official receptions, council sessions or other events.Saturdays and on Sundays/Holidays you can visit the town hall only with an additional security person (only for groups more than 16 persons). Additional costs:€ 75.00). Backpacks and shopping bags are not permitted on the tour of the town hall for security reasons. They can be left, at your own risk, in the unattended cloakroom in the foyer during the guided tour.

Note on the current situation
We are adjusting the group size in compliance with current regulations. Social distancing of 1.5 metres must be observed during the tour. A mouth-nose covering must be worn.

Our tip

Our headphone system for groups (fee applies) allows you to enjoy the tour in an even more relaxed style. You are also welcome to use your own headphones.