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Enjoy… lots of different places of interest around Braunschweig!
The border checkpoint Helmstedt-Marienborn (Grenzübergang Helmstedt-Marienborn) was the largest and most important border crossing of the inner German border during the division of Germany (1945-1990). Today it is a memorial site and features exhibitions and guided tours. Read More...
Visit the chocolate museum (Rausch Schoko Museum) of “Rausch Plantagen Schokolade” in Peine, a chocolate-producing company, and you will learn interesting things about the history and the production of cocoa and chocolates. Read More...
The Autostadt next to the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg offers its visitors great exhibitions, events and attractions focused on automobiles and mobility. It features a museum, pavilions of the major automobile brands of the Volkswagen Group and many more attractions for grown-ups and kids. Read More...
The International Wind and Watermill Museum (Internationales Wind- und Wassermühlen-Museum) in Gifhorn is the only one of its kind in Europe. The heart of the museum is the exhibition hall, housing objects from mills and the milling industry. On the museum’s open air site there are currently 16 mills from 12 different countries on display. Read More...
The Phaeno Science Center in the city of Wolfsburg is an interactive science center which opened in 2005. Designed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid in an astounding concrete structure it invites the young as well as the old to discover and unravel the natural-scientific phenomena of everyday life. Read More...
Close to the city of Goslar you will find the World Cultural Heritage Rammelsberg (Weltkulturerbe Rammelsberg), a former ore mine which is now a museum and a mine for visitors. Underground and above ground tours are offered to show the visitor the wide spectrum of themes dealing with the history and culture of mining. Read More...
Braunschweig State Museum of Natural History – the diversity of life on our earth
The Braunschweig State Museum of Natural History is the oldest natural history museum in Germany and one of the oldest natural history museums worldwide. The exhibition offers a number of different attractions.
Herzog-Anton-Ulrich - Castle Dankwarderode
Epochal masterpieces of the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum from the ancient times up to the present While the main building is closed for overall refurbishment, the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum presents the most important and well-known pieces from its collections (by Rubens, Rembrandt, Vermeer etc.) in the great hall (“Rittersaal”) of the castle Dankwarderode.
Art society Salve Hospes (Kunstverein Salve Hospes)
The art society Braunschweig, founded in 1832, is among Germany’s most important art societies. In annually four individual or group exhibitions, the art society presents significant positions in international contemporary art.
Tour with the Harz narrow-gauge railway
A accompanied trip with the good old steam train through the Harz to the Brocken. Experience the fascination of the Harz Mountains accompanied by the whistling and huffing of the locomotive.