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

Main train station
opposite the Deutsche Bahn travel centre.
Mon-Fri 9am-6.30pm
Sat-Sun 9.30am-5pm

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Worpswede Barkenhoff, © Andreas Wilhelm
©Andreas Wilhelm

The artists' village of Worpswede makes its scenic appearance in the lowlands of the River Hamme, right in an area known as Devil's Moor (Teufelsmoor).

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Worpswede, © Worpsweder Touristik- und Kulturmarketing
©Worpsweder Touristik- und Kulturmarketing

Marshes, sandy heathland, forests, dunes and tree-lined meadows define the scenic diversity that surrounds Fischerhude, seemingly lost in time.

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Helgoland - Lange Anna, © Kurverwaltung Helgoland
©Kurverwaltung Helgoland

Germany has got many islands, however there is one high sea island only. Heligoland – an oasis of quietude and a unique natural monument.

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Hude - old mill, © Kirsten Jensen-Gentsch / Touristik-Palette Hude e.V.
©Kirsten Jensen-Gentsch / Touristik-Palette Hude e.V

Explore the amazing countryside of moorland, sandy heathland and ancient woodland that lies between Bremen and Oldenburg.

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Church Lilienthal, © Gästeinformation Lilienthal
©Gästeinformation Lilienthal

Located right in the middle of a designated landmark area the re-sort of Lilienthal offers a wide range of interesting leisure activities.

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Sunset in Lüneburger Heide, © Lüneburger Heide GmbH
©Lüneburger Heide GmbH

Discover nature and fun parks in the beautiful Lüneburg Heath.

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Oldenburg, © Peter Kreier / Oldenburger Tourismus und Marketing
©Peter Kreier / Oldenburger Tourismus und Marketing

Discover Oldenburg - history and culture with young and modern spirit.

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Digger at Bagger park Emsland, © Baggerpark Emsland
©Baggerpark Emsland

For once, entry to the building site is strictly encouraged. Here, you can master the art of operating a digger, and let off steam driving quad bikes.

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Forest4Fun, © Forest4Fun

The funkiest treetop adventure park in northern Germany with 6 courses. Climbing fun for ages 6 upwards.

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Serengeti-Park Hodenhagen, © Serengeti-Park Hodenhagen
©Serengeti-Park Hodenhagen

Northern Germany’s largest safari and leisure park with 1,500 animals including 200 monkeys, leisure/water world.

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Loris, © Weltvogelpark Walsrode / Vogelpark Walsrode GmbH
©Weltvogelpark Walsrode / Vogelpark Walsrode GmbH

World’s largest bird park: first-class entertainment with sensational flying shows, a beautiful botanical garden and a blossoming sea of flowers.

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Magic Park Verden, © Magic Park Verden
©Magic Park Verden

Spend an unforgettable action-packed day with your family at this unique magical fairytale theme park.

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Atelier Eva Brexendorf, © Atelier Eva Brexendorf
©Atelier Eva Brexendorf

Watch the artist Eva Brexendorf at work and see a Worpswede landscape painting being created. Please call to arrange group visits.

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Worpswede Barkenhoff, © Andreas Wilhelm
©Andreas Wilhelm

Works by Heinrich Vogeler are exhibited in his former home and studio.

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Casaretto Art, © Casaretto Art
©Casaretto Art

Pictures, sculptures, framing, posters of Bremen and Verden, souvenirs of Verden, accessories for the home, gift ideas for horse riders, hunters and golfers.

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German National Maritime Museum Bremerhaven, © Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum Bremerhaven
©Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum Bremerhaven

Discover, relive and interact with maritime history – at exhibitions and the museum port.

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Igraine Ohnefurcht, © Marik Lefeld / Freilichtbühne Lilienthal
©Marik Lefeld / Freilichtbühne Lilienthal

Two theatre productions for children and adults performed outdoors in Lilienthal’s Frankenburg district.

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The building, designed by Bernhard Hoetger, houses the most important works by artists from Worpswede.

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Worpswede Haus im Schluh, © Haus im Schluh
©Haus im Schluh

The reed-covered buildings house works by Vogeler as well as household items and arts and crafts.

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Zoo at the sea, © Zoo am Meer
©Zoo am Meer

The zoo by the sea – as the name suggests, you can enjoy the sea and the animals at the same time.

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State Museum for Nature and Humankind Oldenburg, © Landesmuseum Natur und Mensch Oldenburg
©Landesmuseum Natur und Mensch Oldenburg

The museum illustrates the characteristics of fenland, heathland, marshland and coastal areas with archaeological and natural history exhibits.

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moma caféhaus, © moma caféhaus
©moma caféhaus

Homemade cakes, vegetarian cuisine of light snacks, fresh salads and soups, all made from locally sourced produce, 70 per cent of which is organic.

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Niedersächsisches Kutschenmuseum, © Niedersächsisches Kutschenmuseum
©Niedersächsisches Kutschenmuseum

On display are 39 vehicles including five sleighs. Exhibits range from farm trailers to smart town coaches.

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Nordwolle Delmenhorst, © Nordwolle Delmenhorst
©Nordwolle Delmenhorst

Wide-raging insights into work and living conditions in the former "city within a city" - a journey of discovery characterised by industrial heritage.

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The museum was founded 30 years ago to provide the general public with access to pictures and drawings belonging to the family.

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Canoe tours, © Yeti Tours
©Yeti Tours

Exciting canoeing trips in the Wildeshauser Geest nature reserve: excursions for beginners and experts, families, clubs and groups.

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With catamaran Halunder Jet to Heligoland, © FRS Helgoline
©FRS Helgoline

Experience a genuine sea voyage to Germany's only remote offshore island, Heligoland, with its unique unspoilt nature, pure air and duty free shopping.

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