The neo-Renaissance Neues Rathaus has a 100m-high climbable tower.
The Gläserne Manufaktur is Volkswagen’s stunning transparent car factory. This ambitious, impossibly stylish glass building was a huge...
The aptly named Grosser Garten (Great Garden) is a relaxing refuge during the warmer months. A visitor magnet here is the modernised Zoo...
Undubbed English films shown here.
This Mediterranean-style bistro has a relaxed atmosphere and some tasty dishes, including a generous steak.
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Deutsches Hygiene-Museum information
Not an institution dedicated to the history of cleaning products, the German Hygiene Museum is, in fact, all about human beings. The permanent exhibit uses intriguing objects, interpretive panelling, installations and interactive stations to examine the human body in its social, cultural, historical and scientific contexts. Living and dying, eating and drinking, sex and beauty are all addressed. The Children’s Museum in the basement takes four to 12-year-olds on a interactive romp through the mysteries of the five senses.