Attractions

Top Choice Historic Building in Bremen City

Denkort Bunker Valentin

In 1943, the Nazis started construction of a massive concrete bunker to build submarines in. At a planned production rate of 12 subs per month it was meant to be the German war machine's most important naval project…
Top Choice Gallery in Bremen City

Kunsthalle

For art lovers, the highlight of Bremen’s Kulturmeile (Cultural Mile) is the Kunsthalle, which presents a large permanent collection of paintings, sculpture and copperplate engraving from the Middle Ages into the mo…
Top Choice Street in Bremen City

Böttcherstrasse

The charming medieval coopers lane was transformed into a prime example of mostly expressionist architecture in the 1920s at the instigation of coffee merchant Ludwig Roselius. Its red-brick houses sport unique faca…
Top Choice Museum in Bremen City

Universum Science Centre

Bremen has a strong aerospace industry, and space buffs will enjoy the eye-catching, oyster-shaped Universum Science Centre, where you can make virtual trips to the stars, as well as to the ocean floor or the centre…
Church in Bremen City

Dom St Petri

Bremen’s Protestant main church has origins in the 8th century, though its ribbed vaulting, chapels and two high towers date to the 13th century. Aside from the imposing architecture, the intricately carved pulpit a…
Gallery in Bremen City

Gerhard Marcks Haus

Among Germany’s greatest sculptors, Gerhard Marcks (1889–1981) is the man responsible for Bremen’s famous Stadtmusikanten sculpture on Markt. Born in Berlin, he was condemned as a ‘degenerate’ artist by the Nazis in…
Museum in Bremen City

Paula Modersohn-Becker Haus Museum

Showcasing the art of the eponymous artist Paula Modersohn-Becker (1876–1907), an early expressionist and member of the Worpswede artists colony, this is the first museum in the world dedicated to the works of a fem…
Gardens in Bremen City

Botanika

If you’re a plant lover, don’t miss a trip to Botanika and its replicated Asiatic landscapes ranging from the Himalayas to New Guinea. Admission to the rhododendron park, where you'll find more than 2000 rhododendro…
Area in Bremen City

Schnoor

This maze of narrow, winding alleys was once the fishermen's quarter and later a red-light district. Now its doll's-house-sized cottages contain boutiques, restaurants, cafes and galleries. Though mainly geared to t…
Gallery in Bremen City

Weserburg Museum für Moderne Kunst

Situated on an island in the Weser River across from the Schlachte promenade, this museum showcases works by German and international artists from private collections. Changing, hot-off-the-press exhibitions over fi…