A Turmfahrt involves sitting in a glass case and being freighted to the top of a 46m tower and down again - it's as if you're in one of...
Built in 1982 after VW bartered Golfs for Zeiss projectors with the GDR, this planetarium stages laser and rock shows, star shows and...
Wolfsburg’s excellent art gallery stages temporary exhibitions of modern art. Buses 201 and 202 from the bus station run there.
Vini D’Italia Marrone
This Italian bottega does a double act as a wine store and a small eatery where antipasti and salads cost €5 to €8. You can choose from...
Lonely Planet review
In 1841, Fallersleben native August Heinrich Hoffman (1798–1874) wrote the lyrics to what would become the German national anthem (music courtesy of Joseph Haydn). Here you’ll find discussion of how his words ‘über alles’ (‘above everything’) were simply a call for an end to petty inter-German fiefdoms, and how they were expunged after the Third Reich’s nationalistic excesses. The museum is housed inside Fallersleben Schloss (Fallersleben Castle). Take bus 203, 204, 206 or 214 to Fallersleben, about 6km west of the centre.