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Universum® Bremen

Das futuristische, walförmige Gebäude des Universum Bremen
Discover and Marvel

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Universum Science Center bei Nacht

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The Science Center has over 4,000 square metres of interactive exhibitions from the world of science for you to explore. Discover how a polygraph machine works, challenge yourself to a contest of "man vs. machine", or experience what it feels like to stand in a tilted room. Over 250 exhibitions are waiting to be explored.
 

Multimedia-based, up-to-date, varied and interactive
 

The new concept delivers a state-of-the-art and varied presentation: At multimedia stations with comprehensive accompanying texts, the curious learn everything they want to know about a subject. Additionally, various research institutes present their latest work. A newly built "TechnikStudio" encourages logical thinking and creativity. Recharge your batteries in the pleasant Science Lounge. And for visitors from three to eight years old, a visit to the Children’s Area is a must.

Das Universum in der Ausßenansicht, im Hintergrund der Fallturm; Quelle: Universum Bremen

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Outdoor Area for some fresh air and fun

In addition to the permanent and temporary indoors exhibitions, there are 5,000 square metres of outdoor area with plenty of exciting stations to explore. Here it’s all about wind, water and movement. Climb up the 27-metre-high Turm der Lüfte (Tower of the Skies), stopping to conduct an experiment on every level. 

Ein Mädchen steht seitlich im Bild, im Hintergrund sind ihre Umrisse auf einer Leinwand mit vielen verschiedenen Farben umrandet.

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