Klimahaus Bremerhaven, Bremerhaven

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Children’s Museum · Science Museum
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Travel the world longitudinally via the eighth meridian and venture into a host of climate zones at Klimahaus Bremerhaven. 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 part of your personalized Bremerhaven itinerary using our Bremerhaven route planner.
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Klimahaus Bremerhaven reviews

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  • Very Interesting museum and exhibition. Loved the experience and was different to anything I had visited before. 
    Very Interesting museum and exhibition. Loved the experience and was different to anything I had visited before.  more »
  • Ok attraction. It would be better if there were more interactive exhibits and a better flow between them. As you go from one to another, they don't transition very well. You have to read everything....  more
    Ok attraction. It would be better if there were more interactive exhibits and a better flow between them. As you go from one to another, they don't transition very well. You have to read everything....  more »
  • You can easily spend 3 (if you skip the stories and videos) to 6 hours there. There's an interesting storyline with interactive climate experiences. A lot of fun, a lot of learning. We will go again. 
    You can easily spend 3 (if you skip the stories and videos) to 6 hours there. There's an interesting storyline with interactive climate experiences. A lot of fun, a lot of learning. We will go again.  more »
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  • I honestly expected the rooms to be bigger. Nonetheless it was a great experience. I loved the climate change and the animals made it seem a lot more real. My favourite thing was the "jungle at night". I definitely recommend this place, especially for people who love to explore the world, but don't have the chance to travel. It's also great for kids who are enthusiastic about nature.
  • Worth a visit for every age! There is a lot to learn about cultures, climate and different people around the globe. If you're on Bremerhaven for a couple of days, its most definitely worth a visit... Only downside is that if you spend too much time in each room, you will most likely spend 3+ hours there and at some point the information becomes too much. Choose a couple places you're interested in and learn about the People, just vibe with the other places and you'll be good to go!
  • Great place but more than half the things weren't working, or open. We wanted to do the small helicopter ride thing that was open from 12 until 17 and at 16:20 the lady told us it was too late and that she was closing up. The most exciting, sensory experiences were all quite literally turned off or broken. Some of the insects in the cabins were dead and we even spotted some dead fish in the aquariums. Honestly seems like it could be an amazing experience but there was no immersion due do all these factors.
  • Ok attraction. It would be better if there were more interactive exhibits and a better flow between them. As you go from one to another, they don't transition very well. You have to read everything - meaning that there could be more truly multimedia exhibits, and periodic check on learning stations. Some of the videos were tired, like a VHS tape that had been played too often.
  • Though the design is nice, it's often pretty confusing and you don't know if you're going the right way. Also, yes, cou can learn about climate zones and different people, but all you actually keep about climate change is that the mountains are melting and that some islands are disappearing. There's nothing about who is actually responsible for the climate change and what we have to do to stop it. Especially for kids, it's exciting, but more like some kind of adventure too with animals behind glass and some movies. I think that especially the kids, who are going to be directly confronted with it in their future, should learn about it in a way, so they actually understand what's going on.

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