Although only 100 meters long, its many examples of unusual expressionist architecture make it tremendous fun to explore (you can't miss the entrance - look for the Lichtbringer, an impressive gold sculpture above the "secret" archway).
Bremen's 114-acre Rhododendron-Park, established in 1933, is a wonderful place to explore, whether you're a nature lover or a gardener.Highlights of the collection include photos, paintings, and documents relating to the artist, as well as displays by her contemporaries.Also of interest to art lovers is Roselius-Haus, built in 1588 and home to the Ludwig Roselius Museum with its fine examples of Low German art from the Gothic to Baroque periods.The building itself is listed, and highlights of the museum within include exhibitions related to Bremen's import and export trade.English language brochures, educational materials, and audio guides are available when purchasing tickets, and guided tours in English are also available.
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A recent addition to the attraction is Entdecker Park, which includes the Turm der Lüfte, a 27-meter-tall tower with superb views of the area.The Übersee-Museum Bremen - or Overseas Museum - has many excellent collections related to natural history, trade, and ethnography, including displays focusing on the South Seas, Australia, and Asia.About an hour's drive from Bremen, Cuxhaven is a popular health resort on the North Sea at the west end of the Elbe estuary.From 1394 to 1937 the town belonged to Hamburg and is one of Germany's most important fishing ports with a busy harbor and fish market.The Kunsthalle, in Bremen's Old Town, contains numerous fine 17th-century Dutch paintings, as well as many old German masters dating as far back as the 15th century.
Other highlights include its collection of French and Dutch paintings of the 19th and 20th centuries, works by painters from the famous Worpswede artists' colony, and more than 200,000 drawings and prints.
Recently designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the building boasts one of the most elegant banqueting and reception halls in Germany: an impressive 40-meters-long, 13-meters-wide, and eight-meters-high, its most notable feature is a large painting of the dating from 1537.
Regular free concerts are held every Thursday evening, including vocal soloists and organ recitals.
Now the haunt of artists, its full of old 15th to 18th-century homes once populated by merchants and fishermen.
In addition to the many cafés and craft shops that dot the district, other highlights include the Schifferhaus, or Shipper's House, built in 1630, and the lovely Landherrnamt dating from 1856 and once home to the state government. John's Church, a 14th-century brick-built Gothic church.