Schuppen Eins - Centre for Automotive Heritage and Motoring
This classic car centre, housed in a former warehouse, brings automotive and port history back to life with its glass-fronted workshops, dealerships, restaurants and cafés.
Schuppen Eins is the new centre of automotive heritage and motoring for Bremen and north-west Germany. The story of the docks and the motor car is brought to life inside this historical cargo transshipment facility. Situated on the Europahafen quayside in the Überseestadt district of Bremen, the two-storey centre of excellence is a new and unique family attraction.
At 150 metres in length and nine metres in height, the boulevard on the ground floor serves as both an exhibition space and a venue for events. On either side of this walkway are the offices and outlets of companies that sell, service, clean and restore vintage vehicles and modern classics. There are also glass-fronted workshops where you can watch the experts going about their work. This is also a place where you can find out about the latest (and future) alternative modes of motorised transport. Along the water's edge there are shops, restaurants, cafés and an art gallery. Car elevators and a raised residential street lead to the loft apartments on the upper level.
Maike in the driving seat:
Discover vintage vehicles at Schuppen Eins. Features a film.