Schnoor Quarter, Bremen
Stop Domsheide: Lines 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 24, 25
The Schnoor Quarter is the oldest of Bremen city. Situated near the Weser River, its quaint little lanes are lined with jewellery and handicraft shops, many cafés and restaurants, and beckon visitors to enjoy some leisurely strolls. You will be sure to find some unique souvenir to take home from this ancient Hanseatic City. For more information please visit:
Theater am Goetheplatz stop: Lines 2, 3, 3S
The Theater Bremen is a city theatre of national importance. It is considered a public place of aesthetic and political reflection on problems, risks, freedoms and joyous moments in modern big-city life. It covers four divisions – musical theatre, plays, dance, and children’s/youth theatre – at its four venues: Theater am Goetheplatz, Kleines Haus, Moks and Brauhauskeller. During the season, its programme features more than 30 premieres with 600 performances, as well as concerts and parties. It strives to achieve direct dialogue with audiences through play introductions, post-performance talks, and discussion rounds. More information available at: www.theaterbremen.de.
An entertaining promotional clip of the Bremen Theatre can be found here: Laterne laufen - Theater Bremen.
Hands-on science: Universum Bremen
Universität/NW1 stop: Lines 6, 21, 630, 670
Wiener Straße stop: Lines 22, 28
Is it a silver whale or a shell? The Science Centre building alone is enough to spark curiosity, itself featuring 250 hands-on, interactive exhibits encouraging experimentation. It’s a place where people of all ages can immerse themselves in the Humans, Nature and Technology zones. The outdoor area, the first of its kind in Germany, has activity stations which will particularly thrill younger visitors. The centre also regularly hosts special exhibitions. More information available at: www.universum-bremen.de.
Ochtum Park (Outlet Centre)
Stop Brinkum Ochtum Park: Lines 53, 101, 102, 120, 150, 226
Ochtum Park is located in the industrial area of Brinkum-Nord near Bremen, and is one of the largest outlet centres in Germany. Over 30 outlet shops offer premium brand products by leading manufacturers. For more information please visit:
Artists Village Worpswede
Line 670, Bremen-Worpswede
How about an excursion to the Artists Village Worpswede, which artists Paula Modersohn-Becker and Fritz Mackensen once called home, and where art, culture, architecture and landscape still create a uniquely creative atmosphere. For more information please visit: