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Culture and Leisure

Museums and Science Center

Source: Archiv hanseWasser

Altes Pumpwerk

An architectural monument, where the history of sewage disposal is told. An exhibit about hygiene and technology, epidemics and excrement.

Source: Seniorenlotse
Photographer: H. Schnatmeyer


A magnificent collection of Attic vase paintings is on view at the Antikenmuseum im Schnoor.

Source: botanika bremen


Experience nature, the Far East, and colourful blossoms – you’ll find them all in the Botanika, the Green Science Center in Bremen.

Source: Museen Böttcherstraße
Photographer: Jiang Feipeng

Böttcherstraße Museums

The picturesque street "Böttcherstraße" in the heart of Bremen is famous for its ornate brick architecture.The museums are the cultural highlights of this beautiful alley way. 

Source: bras e.V.

Bremer Geschichtenhaus

Experience Bremen’s historical lore live and in person.

Source: WFB/Jens Lehmkühler

Denkort Bunker Valentin

The Bunker Valentin is a place which recalls not only the war, but the Nazi regime itself. For the first time since the 1960s, the area can be accessed by the public, with information concerning the history of the building available.

Source: GmbH / Dennis Siegel

Dom-Museum im St. Petri-Dom

The Dom Museum presents an exhibit of the building’s history as well as sacred works of art.

Source: Focke Museum


At the Focke-Museum visitors can explore the artistic and cultural history of Bremen. The state museum presents a permanent collection as well as a series of changing temporary exhibits.

Source: GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst e.V.

GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst

The GAK Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst was founded as a Kunstverein (art association) in 1980. It presents international contemporary art in Bremen.

Source: WFB Wirtschaftsförderung Bremen GmbH/T. Vankann


The Gerhard Marcks House presents the spectrum of sculpture from the 20th century to the present. A large body of the work of Gerhard Marcks, the sculptor and graphic artist from Berlin, are found here. 

Source: WFB / - VK

Hafenmuseum Speicher XI

Discover the 120-year history of Bremen’s harbour inside an old, historical cotton warehouse. Delve into the history of the development of the area from overseas harbour to a modern, urban neighbourhood.

Source: Haus der Wissenschaft e. V.
Photographer: Maria Santos

Haus der Wissenschaft

Whether through exhibitions, lectures or discussions: The House of Science seeks to engage its visitors with the themes current in science and research.

Source: Krankenhaus Museum

Krankenhaus Museum

From "a cage of fools" to the nerve clinic – a cultural history of psychiatry.

Source: JUA privat

Kunsthalle Bremen

The Kunsthalle Bremen presents one of Europe's largest collections of etchings, German and French impressionists. The collection includes outstanding works from the 14th century to the modern day.

Museum Köksch un Qualm

The museum "Köksch un Qualm" takes you back and puts you to work in an old cigar factory. Take a trip back in time to the 19th century with authentically decorated rooms.

Source: Olbers-Planetarium


Where once only students of seafaring studied, now young and old can discover the night sky over Bremen.

Source: WFB - Pientka


The culture centre created for the artists Fritz and Hermine Overbeck.

Source: Rundfunkmuseum


In addition to the technology of radio, television and video, the Bremen Rundfunkmuseum has rarities such as the "Comedian Harmonists’" studio equipment on display. 

Source: Torsten Krüger

Schloss Schönebeck

Former seat of a noble family – today a museum for the entire family. Enjoy a journey to another time and place.

Source: Schulmuseum / Joachim Koetzle

Schulmuseum Bremen

Discover the history of the Hanseatic City’s schools in a delightful way, at the Schulmuseum Bremen!

Source: Städtische Galerie
Photographer: Björn Behrens

Städtische Galerie

The Städtische Galerie exhibits a wide array of art from the region of Bremen to international works.

Source: Straßenbahnmuseum

Straßenbahn Museum

A historical glimpse into the history of the tramway of Bremen at the Straßenbahn Museum in Sebaldsbrück.

Source: Frank Baethke


How was Germany’s wood sawed and planed in the olden days? Find out at the Carpentry Museum.

Source: GmbH
Photographer: H. Sklorz


Globetrotters both young and old can indulge their passion for travel at the Übersee-Museum. Visitors can be adventurers for a day here, experiencing the fascination of distant continents.

Source: Universum Bremen

Universum Bremen

Since 2015 visitors to the Universum Bremen can come and experience a new permanent exhibition inside the whale-shaped Science Center. The subject areas Humans, Technology, and Nature form the core of the new permanent exhibition.

Source: Weserburg
Photographer: Ingo Clauß

Weserburg – Museum of Modern Art

On the Teerhof in the middle of the Weser sits the Weserburg, Bremen’s museum for modern art.

Source: privat / jua

Wilhelm Wagenfeld Haus

The Wilhelm Wagenfeld House examines current issues surrounding design and everyday culture.

Source: das sprengwerk


A must for Werder fans. The Wuseum offers a comprehensive collection of Werder Bremen items.