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Böttcherstraße 4
in Glockenspiel house.
Mon-Fri 9.30am-6.30pm
Sat 9.30am-5pm
Sun 10am-4pm

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Universum Bremen presents science as an adventure, with more than 300 exhibits.

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Kunsthalle Bremen - Art museum, © Jan Rathke / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Jan Rathke / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

Paintings, sculptures, prints and media art from the past 600 years – Bremen's Kunsthalle is home to many styles of art.

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Explore the fascinating world of plants and discover the most exotic parts of Asia, learning more about Far East cultures.

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Ethnological Museum, © Matthias Haase / Übersee-Museum Bremen
©Matthias Haase / Übersee-Museum Bremen

The whole world under one roof: discover the diversity of foreign lands with everything from African art to exotic flora and fauna and gold from the Americas.

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Focke Museum, © Sigrid Sternebeck / Focke-Museum
©Sigrid Sternebeck / Focke-Museum

Go on a journey back in time through 1,200 years of Bremen history. A park surrounds the main building, the four historical houses and the display room.

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Bremen Cathedral Museum, © Rita Stumper, Bremen
©Rita Stumper, Bremen

The Museum has six historical rooms containing excavated finds from medieval bishops' graves and religious works by artists such as Lucas Cranach.

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Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum, © freiraumfotografie Bremen / Museen Böttcherstraße
©freiraumfotografie Bremen / Museen Böttcherstraße

The first museum in the world dedicated to a female painter. It contains numerous examples of her work as well as a Bernhard Hoetger collection.

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Ludwig Roselius Musem, © freiraumfotografie Bremen / Museen Böttcherstraße
©freiraumfotografie Bremen / Museen Böttcherstraße

On show are examples of late medieval art, objects from historical middle-class households and the silver treasure.

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Weserburg Museum of Modern Art, © Ingo Clauss / Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst
©Ingo Clauss / Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst

International contemporary art from important private holdings, Europe's largest collection of art publications, special exhibitions and events.

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Bremen’s ‘House of History’, © Bremer Geschichtenhaus im Schnoor
©Bremer Geschichtenhaus im Schnoor

Accompany some of Bremen's famous names on an entertaining journey through the city's past at the always exciting House of History.

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Wilhelm Wagenfeld House, © Ingrid Krause / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Ingrid Krause / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

The Wilhelm Wagenfeld House illustrates changing aspects of everyday culture and current design trends.

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Gerhard Marcks House, © Ingo Wagner / Gerhard-Marcks-Haus
©Ingo Wagner / Gerhard-Marcks-Haus

Northern Germany's number one sculpture museum. Special exhibitions featuring contemporary sculpture. The museum also looks after the estate of Gerhard Marcks.

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Schloss Schönebeck Museum Bremen, © Fotodesign Czerski / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Fotodesign Czerski / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

The local history and museum society for the Vegesack region displays its extensive collection in the only surviving aristocratic residence in Bremen.

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Schuppen Eins - Entrance, © Schuppen Eins - Zentrum für Automobilkultur und Mobilität
©Schuppen Eins - Zentrum für Automobilkultur und Mobilität

This classic car centre, housed in a former warehouse, brings automotive and port history back to life.

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Old pumping station, © Hornung / Altes Pumpwerk e. V.
©Hornung / Altes Pumpwerk e. V

An architectural monument that documents the history of waste water disposal. An exhibition of sewage and disease, of hygiene and engineering.

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Lead cellar, © Ingrid Krause / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Ingrid Krause / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

In the vaults beneath Bremen Cathedral you can see mummies from many centuries ago and learn about their stories.

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Radio studio, © Oliver Kaufels / Bremer Rundfunkmuseum
©Oliver Kaufels / Bremer Rundfunkmuseum

We display artefacts from 80 years of radio and television history. From the ‘detector’ to surround sound, from the wax cylinder to the LaserDisc.

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Historic trams, © Das Depot
©Das Depot

Historical trams and other exhibits illustrating the history of public transport in Bremen.

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Harbour Museum Speicher XI, © Hafenmuseum Speicher XI
©Hafenmuseum Speicher XI

From international port to urban regeneration – the 120-year history of Bremen’s port presented interactively in an old cotton warehouse.

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Köksch un Qualm, © Köksch un Qualm
©Köksch un Qualm

In the historical kitchen of a former cigar factory you can watch maids at work and turn back the clock to days gone by.

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Hospital Museum, © Krankenhaus-Museum

Permanent and special exhibitions on the history of medicine and psychiatry. Set in the grounds of a listed park.

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Artist studios and exhibitions - an overview about the regional art productions in Bremen.

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Olbers Planetarium, © Olbers-Planetarium

Programme for families/children/schools, information and shows ‘under the stars’, special activities for birthdays, corporate functions, events, etc.

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Overbeck Museum, © Overbeck-Museum

The museum has a permanent exhibition of works by the Worpswede artists Fritz and Hermine Overbeck, as well as special temporary exhibitions.

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Exhibition on the history of schools in Bremen since 1900; activities for groups: life and learning around the turn of the last century.

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Carpentry Museum, © Ingrid Krause / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale
©Ingrid Krause / BTZ Bremer Touristik-Zentrale

Exhibits at the museum include a variety of historical hand tools and machinery as well as a fascinating collection of pre-1900 woodworking machines.

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Wuseum at Weser Stadium, © Hans-Joachim Wallenhorst / Werder Bremen
©Hans-Joachim Wallenhorst / Werder Bremen

See the championship shield, the German FA cup, shirts, boots and much more besides at the Werder Bremen Museum.

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The GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst was founded in 1980 as a Kunstverein presenting international contemporary art in Bremen in solo and group shows.

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This memorial site documents the long history of Ostertorwache prison, where criminals such as the notorious poisoner Gesche Gottfried were confined.

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