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Bremerhaven: German Emigration Center Entrance Ticket

1. Bremerhaven: German Emigration Center Entrance Ticket

The German Emigration Center is Europe’s largest and most modern museum on the topic of migration. You can follow the paths of 7 million Europeans who left their homeland via the port of Bremerhaven, in search of a better life in the New World. You can even begin a search for your own ancestors using the museum's state-of-the-art research facilities. Your electronic boarding pass allows you to embark on a journey of 300 years of immigration and emigration history. Each iCard contains the story of an individual who emigrated to the New World. The iCard also activates many audio stations and interactive displays. Equipped with the iCard, you will embark on an unforgettable journey through time and experience the stories of the emigrants firsthand. At the quay, you will meet emigrants from various European countries. Learn about how they experienced an emotional moment of farewell and departure to an unknown country. Together with them you will then board a ship, getting a glimpse of life aboard three eras of passenger shipping, for example, onboard the ocean liner Columbus in 1929. Having arrived at the immigration station on Ellis Island, you now have to undergo an immigration test at the legal desk. With the entry permit in hand, you will continue your journey to Grand Central in New York. Here, you will learn more about the life of the emigrants in the New World. Dive deeper into the history and factors of migration as you experience the various exhibition halls. Once you have completed the journey and learned all about the emigration process, you can embark on a personal search for emigrated ancestors in the Family Research room. This service is free of charge, and a trained assistant will be there to help guide you through your own family's emigration history.

Heide Park Resort: Day Ticket

2. Heide Park Resort: Day Ticket

Heide Park Resort is Northern Germany's largest amusement park and offers over 40 attractions, shows, and extraordinary adventures for everyone. From families with children to fearless action fans: depending on age and interest, each guest can choose their individual experience. Experience more than 30 attractions especially for children under 10 years at Heide Park, and enjoy an adventure for the whole family. Children can experience the unique theme world based on DreamWorks' “How to Train Your Dragon," meet Toothless, and become real dragon trainers. Courageous ghost hunters from six years can join the team of the world-famous Ghostbusters in "Ghostbusters," an interactive indoor adventure of the fifth dimension. Roller coaster fans can experience the thrill on seven major rides. Take a flight on Germany's only Wing Coaster, the "Flight of the Demons." Thrillseekers should also not miss a ride on “Colossos – Battle of the Giants” – the fastest wooden coaster in Europe.

Braunschweig: Private City Walking Tour with certified Guide

3. Braunschweig: Private City Walking Tour with certified Guide

Discover Braunschweig’s important sites with a local certified guide. Begin at the Burgplatz and admire Braunschweig’s symbol, the Brunswick Lion, as well as the cathedral and half-timbered houses of the Chamber of Crafts. Next, see the Town Hall, the former ducal palace, and the Magniviertel, where you’ll find the Happy Rizzi House and many more half-timbered houses. Move on to the Kohlmarkt and hear about its history as a junction of important trade routes in the Middle Ages. Then, explore the center of Hanseatic life in Braunschweig at the Altstadtmarkt. There, see the Altstadtmarkt, the Church of St. Martin, and the Guild house of the Cloth Merchant. The tour ends at the Altstadtmarkt or at your desired point in the city center.

Braunschweig: Alpaca Trekking Tour

4. Braunschweig: Alpaca Trekking Tour

Take part in a unique experience that's perfect for all animal lovers. Meet alpacas up close, learn how to handle them correctly, take them for a walk, and take plenty of photos. The tour starts with a short introduction to the alpacas. Learn what they like and how to handle them correctly. With up to 12 alpacas (one per two adults), head towards the river Oker or the lake Südsee. Admire the riverside scenery, take some photos, and, time permitting, get to know the alpacas individually. Back at the starting point, there will be time to cuddle the alpacas. Pepe, the boss of the herd, and his friends will be pleased to show you around the facilities.

Cuxhaven: Beginner Crossbow Shooting Archery Course

5. Cuxhaven: Beginner Crossbow Shooting Archery Course

Discover the joy of crossbow shooting with this group archery class in Cuxhaven that is designed for beginner's. Have all the equipment that you need to hit your target and get a certificate for having passed the basic course at the end of your class. Meet your instructor at the activity provider's archery center and receive a safety briefing for shooting. Find out the dangers associated with the sport and learn about its health benefits. Follow your instructor's lead to get set up with the high-quality bracer, bow, and arrows. Shoot a targets that are 10 meters away and learn how many rings that you have shot. Listen as you instructor gives you tips on how to improve your hit pattern. Put your skills to the test with a mini competition to find out who is the best amateur shooter. Take home a certificate marking your crossbow achievements.

Braunschweig: Witches and Beguines Private Tour

6. Braunschweig: Witches and Beguines Private Tour

Begin at Altstadtmarkt and stroll along the picturesque Echternstraße with half-timbered houses. Next, walk along the medieval defensive city walls and learn about the history of witch trials. Along the way, you will discover the history of the city’s oldest red-light district where the hangman lived, who watched over the ladies of Echternstraße. Stop outside the beguine houses in the Magniviertel at the end of the tour and take some pictures.

Braunschweig: Historic Cemeteries Private Tour

7. Braunschweig: Historic Cemeteries Private Tour

An eventful section of our history is hidden under lawns and stones. The traces of those days are still visible today. The cathedral- and Magnicemetery stand out for their wonderful design and the multitude of personalities buried there. If the cathedral cemetery refers to life and death at the Braunschweig court, the Magnifriedhof is the resting place of the commoners who left their mark on history through their deeds. You will visit Lessing's grave, get to know the builder of the Brunswick Residence Palace and discover secrets of the ancient art of tombstones.

From Hamburg: Private Guided Day Trip to Hanover

8. From Hamburg: Private Guided Day Trip to Hanover

Take a city break in Hanover and discover a mix of old-world charm and green areas and parks. Learn about this city’s history and culture from your guide and relax knowing that private transportation to and from the city is taken care of. Adjust the tour according to your preferences. Begin by getting picked up from your hotel and get taken to Hanover. First stop off at the 300-year old Herrenhauser Gardens, and enjoy the beauty of the most distinguished Baroque gardens in Europe. Spend a couple of hours exploring the fountains and sculptures as well as the Herrenhausen Palace. Follow your guide down Herrenhauser Alley to Hanover city center. Take a look at some of the very few buildings that survived the WWII bombings – including the Market Church, which dates back to the 14th century. Check out the Old Town Hall, with its gothic gables and ornamental frieze. Next, walk towards the castle-like New City Hall. Take in the picturesque landscapes surrounding the building. See the elegant neo-Renaissance building of the Landesmuseum, which hosts 7 centuries of art and history. End at Schützenplatz, home to the Frühlingsfest fairground.

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Overall rating

3.8 / 5

based on 36 reviews

It was extremely good and friendly organization and support in the museum. The exhibition is impressive in conveying the experiences, the individual fates of the emigrants through the centuries. As visitors, we were taken very closely into the experience. Important and good, however, is also the discussion, the look at immigrants and the questions about how we judge things politically. Strengthening the awareness that migration and migratory movements are something very normal in human history, for different reasons, and that the earth is there for all of us. The food in the restaurant was very tasty, but certainly not for every budget. Overall a very nice experience that we shared with our 15 year old grandson. For him, the search for our ancestors who emigrated and whose descendants he met at the big family reunions was very exciting

A great interactive museum with many touching insights. You walk in the footsteps of an emigrant assigned to you personally. Despite a 3-hour stay in the museum, there was far too little time for everything. The personal examination of the topic, as well as answering the questions in the extra area, must take place on the next visit! We will be back! For refreshment, there was delicious fish soup in the outdoor area of the restaurant... Although it is a popular and well-visited museum, it never felt overcrowded. Being there first thing in the morning at 10 a.m. is definitely a good tip. We can highly recommend it.

A good amusement park measured by European standards. Was very hot when we were there, needed many breaks to replenish fluids and energy. Would not have wanted to be there on a day with many people, then the queues are unbearable. Now we managed in between 5-45 minutes, most in 10-20 minutes. Limit o Bobbahn were a bit jerky and unsightly, don't ride with older children on your lap on the Bobbahn.

It cost 1650kr at the entrance but we went online and after 2min our tickets had arrived via email for 1,100kr in total, just to Scan and we went in

We loved our guide Andreas he was very friendly and we had a great time!