Explore the rich culture while visiting the many attractions Bremen is replete with. These cultural attractions are suitable for all ages and can prove to make your trip to Bremen a fruitful one. Be it historic monuments or cultural performances, cultural attractions somehow steal the show of the other attractions and things to do in Bremen.
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Am Markt 21, 28195 Bremen, Germany
09:00 am - 03:00 pm
You’re looking at a rare treat – the only European Medieval town hall that hasn’t been destroyed or altered (too much) since it was first built. A pinnacle of Gothic brick architecture, this townhouse was built in the 15th century – and it’s also a fantastic example of Weser Renaissance architecture. Much of Bremen&rsq...
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Sandstraße 10-12, 28195 Bremen, Germany
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
This is another jewel in the Markplatz’s cap. The cathedral’s two front 99 metre high towers dominate Bremen’s skyline (you can climb one of them for a magnificent view of Bremen). Initially a Romanesque structure, it got a Gothic makeover in the 15th century. It’s remarkable the church even exists – Bremen cathedrals ...
This lovely natural history and ethnographic museum was set up in 1887. Most of the permanent exhibitions focus on Asia, Africa, Oceania, and America. The exhibits are very inventive in how they present things, and you can windup totally immersed. Apart from this though, there is also a “what makes the world go around” section, which in...
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Böttcherstraße 6-10, 28195 Bremen, Germany
11:00 am - 06:00 pm
This 100 metre long street in Bremen’s Old Town is fascinating. It’s architecture is highly curious and beautiful example of brick expressionist styles. Most of the buildings you see here are were built in the 1920s and 1930, at the initiative of a rich coffee merchant. It’s full of arts and crafts workshops, bars, restauran...
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Am Wall 207, 28195 Bremen, Germany
10:00 am - 05:00 pm
This art and sculpture museum was established in 1823. There are various masterpieces in its French and German collection, including works by Claude Monet, Édouard Manet, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, Lovis Corinth, Max Liebermann, Max Beckmann and Paula Modersohn-Becker. Most of the paints span from the 14th century to the present day, an...
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Kaffee Mühle Am Wall 212 28195 Bremen Germany
09:30 am - 10:00 pm
This windmill and its shuttered sails are so cute you want to punch its face. It’s the last of the eight Bremen windmills from the 17th and 18th centuries. This particular design of windmill is called a smock mill. You can check it out for a very nominal fee, and there’s a restaurant (Kainside. The paths and bright flowery gardens that ...
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Am Markt 13, 28195 Bremen, Germany
08:00 am - 05:00 pm
Originally, this 16th century Renaissance building served as a guildhall to Germany’s tradesmen. In 1849, it was converted into Bren’s chamber of Commerce. Today, however, it is apparently a pub where you get some excellent beer. There’s a restaurant too.
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Teerhof 20, 28199 Bremen, Germany
11:00 am - 05:30 pm
This modern art museum, one of Germany’s largest, was opened in 1991, in an old, abandoned factory that was nearly destroyed in WWII. It’s not accurate to call it a museum– there is no coherent permanent exhibition. Rather, it is an art space for special and temporary exhibitions. Check the museum website to see what may be on dur...
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Bremen, State of Bremen, Germany (Altstadt)
This is the historical center that witnessed early settlements. The town was planned with distinctive townscape, i.e. streets, squares, etc. There are many public buildings that the tourists can still see and get the feel of the old era. There are churches, castles, fortress, town hall, storage, etc. Much of the monuments and old buildings are kept under.