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Klimahaus, Bremerhaven

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Travel the world longitudinally via the eighth meridian and venture into a host of climate zones at Klimahaus. Nearly 600,000 visitors per year come to experience the climates of Isenthal in Langeness, Germany; Switzerland; Sardinia, Italy; Kanak, Niger; Ikenge, Cameroon; Antarctica; Samoa; and Alaska--and ending right back in Bremerhaven. The exhibit, which spans about 18,800 sq m (4.6 acres), is equal parts educational and artistic. A visit to Klimahaus represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Bremerhaven tourist route planner to plot your vacation.
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  • I have no words to describe what I was struck by this museum. I have to admit that I am 15 years old and that perhaps an adult becomes heavy, you but is awesome, I could not imagine that such sudden climate change and sincerely it is best to go without seeing photos. I absolutely recommend going. I I was staying with a family in Bremen and just have to get on a train 40 minutes and 10 minutes in bus.
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  • My 5-year-old child with enjoyed it fully, although the information much more appeal to adults. Man must plan at least 4-5 hours for themselves, already exhausting for the small children. Would visit again!
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  • Much about it read, get recommended, but... For children determined to exciting, for adults bored. Tons of plastic nothing living in it, not even installed floret. The building from the outside - worth a visit. In the dark a must.
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  • Of you are in the city, you should check out it. Sometimes a little bit waiting line. Inside you walk through different climates. Also there are some notes about problems on earth. It's OK for one visit. But not sure of you need to see it more than one time.
  • Great museum about the various world climates, also touching on the effects of climate change in those areas. Awesome simulated environments. Most of the information is also available in English.
  • Very nice sort of museum which leads you through our climate zones and let's you expercience the differences in temperature, air and so on. All info is also available in English.
  • Visited a few years ago and absolutely loved it!!!
  • Really really Nice... I think too much expensive but if you come in Bremerhaven you need to see!!