Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8° Ost, Bremerhaven

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Must see · Children’s Museum · Science Museum
Travel the world longitudinally via the eighth meridian and venture into a host of climate zones at Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8° Ost. 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. Make Klimahaus Bremerhaven 8° Ost part of your personalized Bremerhaven itinerary using our Bremerhaven route planner.
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  • really worthwhile! Everything you see you can hear in English. I really recommend going at 10:00 because you need the whole day! Even in this Corona time many things were available a few things...  more »
  • Enjoyed our visit. They have a no bags policy and you’ll want to hang up coats, etc. (expect to pay for that service, they have lockers too). Arrive early this place gets packed quick! Expect...  more »
  • A friend recommended Klimahaus so decided to visit with a different friend and it was the first visit for both of us. We both agreed that it was excellent value for money because there is so much to.....  more »
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  • If you didn't have a reason to visit Bremahaven up until now, search no more - you've just found it! You'll not only learn on how to actively save our dying planet, but also feel with your own senses what kind of weather is in different parts of the world, from Africa, through Hawaii to Antarctica, immerse into the variety of cultures. What is worth mentioning, the building itself is designed in such a way to lower its input on the planet, using alternative sources of energy.
  • Large, a bit old, unpolished and a bit confusing. If you have kids this should be a cool place to come to. There were some highlights though, like a very large room below zero, another one that imitates the Niger desert. The open spaces are interesting and somewhat artistic. The rest feels dated.
  • The exhibition was very very good. You have to go there. You'll experience (visit) different climate zones around the world. I give that 5 stars We went to the restaurant. We all had pasta and we were so disappointed. The pasta was preboiled and left in the open so it had started to dry, then they just plunged it into hot water to reheat it before they served it. So there you had some rubber-like pasta that you didn't want to eat. The portions were massive and expensive. In the exhibition they're talking about a sustainable world and in the restaurant they're giving portions that no one (from what I could see) managed to finish. Make the food better, make the portions smaller and lower the price. It's not worth it as it was when we went there. I hope it's not like that otherwise. Stars: 2
  • The structure is very interesting, but in the end there's no clear goal from my point of view. There are some rooms with sustainability topics, but there are others with animals living in closed space... Doesn't make much sense.
  • Very interesting, you need a lot of time if you want to see everything. Lots to see, do and interact with. Stop and watch one of the many short Films. More than enough places to sit down and take it all in.

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