St Annen Museum
The Dom was founded in 1173 by Heinrich der Löwe when he took over Lübeck. Locals like to joke that if you approach the Dom from the...
Im Alten Zolln
This classic pub inhabits a 16th-century customs post. There's an excellent beer selection. Patrons people-watch from the terrace in...
This narrow, elongated bar leads through to a garden out back. Enjoy bistro fare amidst chic, retro-minimalist style. The long drinks...
St Annen Museum information
Lonely Planet review
The St Annen Museum houses a browsable mishmash of ecclesiastical art (including Hans Memling’s 1491 Passion Altar), historical knick-knacks and contemporary art in its modern Kunsthalle wing. The latter houses the Andy Warhol print of Lübeck’s Holstentor. It has a chic little cafe in the courtyard.