Europäisches Hansemuseum, Lubeck
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Europäisches Hansemuseum is located in Lubeck. Add Europäisches Hansemuseum and other attractions to your Lubeck trip itinerary using our Lubeck family vacation planner.
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Dit museum is in 2015 geopend en dat is te merken aan het concept: verrassend en interactief. Activeer je ticket voordat je het museum bezoekt. Kies niet alleen je voorkeurstaal( Duits, Engels, Zweeds... read more »This museum is open in 2015 and it shows to the concept: surprising and interactive. Activate your ticket before you visit the museum. Choose not only your preferred language (German, English, Swedish or Russian) but also your interest (e.g. the levenvan everyday) and one of the 100 Hanseatic cities. In a number of places so you get customized information about your field of interest. This museum is so much for the die-hards. Who doesn't mind a few hours watching and reading at the end know exactly hie Hanseatic network came into being, flourished and fell. Tip 1: eat well before you to this museum begins. You are soon busy for hours and the route can hardly be interrupted. The museum restaurant is recommended. Tip 2: plan your toilet visit at the beginning. Once inside there is no toilet to find more. Tip 3: take the most expensive ticket. Those who choose only the Burgkloster and the prison lacks a lot. Downside: no seats during the route. After 2 hours reading and walk the handsome tiring.show original
Wir waren letzten Samstag im Hansemuseum in Lübeck, und wir waren begeistert. Modernes Infotainment trifft Historie. Wir fanden das super spannend. Die Geschichte der Hanse und auch Lübecks wird hier ... read more »We were last Saturday in the Hanseatic Museum in Lübeck, and we were amazed. History meets modern infotainment. We found this super exciting. The history of the Hanseatic League and also Lübeck is represented here, very informative. One learns a lot new about how large the Hanseatic League, namely how the trade done went and with what and where the Hanseatic League has operated commercial. Definitely plan a lot of time, we spent 3.5 hours there, even this time has us not quite sufficient to enjoy everything. It also really liked our children. Top Museum, highly recommended.show original
Этот музей существует совсем недавно и отлично оснащен. Вместе со старинными предметами там есть и мультимедийные экспонаты. Мы очень много узнали о ганзейском союзе, торговле, налогах и истории, сове... read more »This museum exists more recently and is equipped with. Along with vintage objects there are and multimedia exhibits. We learned a lot about the Hanseatic Union, trade, taxes and history, committing a kind of time travel. Tickets for adults cost 12.5 euros. Locals bought annual passes, as in this museum are very interesting temporary exhibitions.show original
An interesting interactive museum that describes the history of the Hanseatic League and its cities - Lübeck, Novgorod, Brügge etc. Now the exhibition is almost finished (there are only some works in one of the spaces of the Castle Friary - which is actually a monastery). The electronic tickets allow an interactive exploration of the exhibits. There are also available audioguides for the monastery. The information is presented in different languages (German, English, Russian and maybe some more - not really sure). There were some people with kids, who obviously enjoyed the time there. Also they have a nice restaurant with an open terasse, which offers a beautiful view on the river.
Jens WischnewskiWe were at the 07.07.2016 in this very great Museum. Very modern and clearly designed. It often comes in the next room and is scared or almost inclined to look at the exhibits as genuine. Very good made. One feels transported directly to the middle ages and is amazed by any simple means have made our ancestors on the journey into an unknown world. All very Detailverliebt decorated. You must include at least 3 h if you want to see everything in peace. We were unfortunately a bit late and had less than 2 h. Definitely an experience that you like can recommend.show original
Marco BergOne of the most interesting Museum. Modern, interactive, extraordinary journey through the history of the Hanseatic League prepares incredibly fondly and vividly. Compulsory programme in Lübeck and can keep up with international Museum without question. Price is fully justified and relatively cheap when you compare it with other. Something for the price of admission is offered here.show original
Marie HolstES war grosse Vergnugung ich habe gelernt would ownshow original
Kontakt AdresseGuests arriving by car, there is no parking belonging to the Museum, and are thus not subject to the charge. The website Hanseatic Museum deliberately fails to mention the exorbitant parking fees of the nearest operator, which then also game uses thanks to Museum. Costs, which must still be included in the entrance ticket to. I find that unfair and unfriendly. By me, there are only 2 stars, I had avoided on the visit to the Museum, thenshow original
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