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Europäisches Hansemuseum, Lubeck
(3.7/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • Are you interested in history from 800 numbers and forward? Living, trade (Hanse), food, construction, textile, plague ship, monasteries, beliefs, religions, digs with artifacts, paintings, currencies, streets, sewage. Then this is for you. Brand new museum with State-of-the-art approach. You get an activated card available on Swedish. You get to go around and put this card against the boards, digital indicating all of the mentioned up here at Swedish, since some stations have headphones so I put the card back in and hear everything on Swedish. There is so much to discover at this museum so you should take a break. Tips start with everything in the main building, then pause and the next building after some rest. Just saying Gee, i.e. If you are interested in this kind of
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  • Very worth seeing. Interesting design. Considerably larger than you expect. Entreavgiften for adults is 12.50 € (11 € for pensioners) is worth every Euro. All information is provided in German, English, Swedish or Russian. Really worth a visit!
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  • I like the complexity of the Museum. Different aspects of the Hanseatic League are analyzed. In principle, every room has an aspect at a specific time on the subject. Thereby, each room has a certain atmosphere, which underlines the sub-topic. The information reflect, as far as I can see it, the current state of research again. Nevertheless, one strives always to a comprehensible representation. Very nice I think, there are different objects to be touched, so you can feel Flemish substances that were important trading goods, for example. It is an exhibition, the most sense and speaks to both head and heart. After 2 1/2 hours visit to the exhibition, the exposure limit was reached with us. You can tell in the Museum restaurant and Café.
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  • Brand new museum, with extensive multimedia exposition. Dominican monastery from 12th century still under restoration, but accessible. Everything labeled in German and English, most things also in Swedish and Russian. I arrived 3 hours before closing and had to rush a bit, if you want to see everything give yourself more time.
  • This museum presents the history of the Hanseatic League in an absorbing and captivating way. The use of your ticket to activate each exhibit in your own language is outstanding. This is one of the BEST museums I have been to.
  • Interesting and engaging museum, but the best part is the building itself. It is an modern architectural masterpiece that integrates beautifully into its historical context. A must see for anyone interested in architecture!
  • This museum offers an excellent insight into many aspects of the Hanseatic League. The museum itself is a modern building on top of ruins from the time, which can still be seen in the basement.
  • 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.