Attractions to explore nearby Otto-Modersohn-Museum
The museum, originally planned as a memorial in 1974 to make the works belonging to the Modersohn family access to the general public, has developed beyond an estate museum in the conventional sense due to the growth of the collection and the interest of its visitors. In a permanent exhibition, the career from the youth/academy time to the maturity of the late work can be traced. Special exhibitions show and explore certain aspects of the work and its artistic environment.
The Borgfelder Wümmewiesen is a nature reserve in the districts of Borgfeld and Oberneuland in the municipality of Bremen. It is around 688 hectares. The nature reserve registered in the nature reserve book of the city of Bremen under number 7 is the largest nature reserve in the city and the second-largest in the country. The nature reserve is largely part of the same-named, almost 682 hectare EU bird sanctuary.