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Universum Bremen

Wiener Straße 1a, 28359 Bremen, Germany

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About Universum Bremen

In Universum Bremen, you go on an extraordinary journey of discovery into the world of science. More than 300 exhibits let you experience and understand scientific phenomena up close and with all your senses. The three subject areas Technology, Humans and Nature are waiting to be explored here. It receives on average 450,000 visitors annually.



Attractions near Universum Bremen

Stadtwaldsee1.08km from Universum Bremen

The Stadtwaldsee is an excavation lake in Bremen, Germany. It is commonly known as the Unisee due to its proximity to Bremen University. At an elevation of 1 m, its surface area is 28.2 ha. The western end of the lake is currently used by windsurfers, anglers and divers. A water-skiing facility being planned in 2005 and 2007 caused a dispute. A citizens' initiative and a majority of the City Advisory Council on one side were in opposition to the Ministry for Interior and Sport on the other side.

The church was originally dedicated to Saint Vitus. It served as the market church of the city and later also as church of the city council. The current building of the Church of Our Lady dates from the 13th century. The brightly colored stained-glass windows are the work of the French artist Alfred Manessier. In 1973, the church was listed under the monument protection act. It was one of the main pilgrimage sites in this area.

Coffee house on the Emmasee2.02km from Universum Bremen

The coffee house on the Emmasee in Bremen - Schwachhausen, district Bürgerpark is a listed building. The new building is one of the most important buildings in Bremen  The building was placed under monument protection in 1984 as a Bremen cultural monument. Heinrich Müller designed the first coffee house on the north bank of the Emma lake in 1867 as a light, flat wooden structure called a tent . The popular coffee was expanded in 1874.

Focke Museum2.03km from Universum Bremen

The Focke Museum is as Bremer State Museum of Art and Cultural History, the historical museum of the city of Bremen. The modern main building, supplemented by buildings from the 16th to 19th centuries, is located in a 4.5-hectare park in the Bremen district of Riensberg.  It is located in 4.5 hectares (11 acres) of grounds in the Riensberg neighborhood of the city. In addition to the main building which opened in 1964 and was extended in 2002, the museum complex includes buildings dating from th

Westliches Hollerland2.2km from Universum Bremen

Hollerland originally referred to a cultural landscape in the north and east of Bremen, which was made arable by Dutch settlers in the 12th century.  Due to the construction of extensive suburban settlements, especially since the 1960s, only remnants of the original cultural landscape reclaimed by the Dutch have been preserved. Today one only calls the one in the Horn-Lehe district and nature reserve designated part as Hollerland.

botanika3.05km from Universum Bremen

botanica - Bremen's great world of discovery is the name of a nature experience center in the Rhododendron Park Bremen. The facility shows the great variety of tropical and subtropical rhododendrons and their accompanying flora in natural greenhouses. In an interactive discovery center, it also provides in-depth knowledge of the importance of biological diversity. The facility, which is open all year round, is suitable for adults and children from around five years of age and is largely barrier-

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Bremen is Germany's smallest state. Two distinct enclaves form the state of Bremen. One is Bremen the state capital, and the other is Bremerhaven the city. Bremen is known for its rich cultural life with many theatres, libraries, archives, museums, and galleries.