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Europäisches Hansemuseum, Lubeck

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  • Were there with a small group (10 people) and have given us a guided tour. The Lady (Fr.Rodolf), which has guided us through the Museum was totally great. All in all a good afternoon. Thank you
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  • You can see the Museum immediately on that's not very old is. The museum ticket includes a chip. With this you can choose once a favored Hanseatic City, a topic, and the language at the entrance before the start of the museum tour. In the history of the Museum, then again come terminals where there is information about the initially selected city and theme. I find very attractive especially the mix of classical Museum and modern elements. The tour through the Hanseatic Museum is built as a tour. One enters a room with exhibits and then for the time time chronologically alternately typical decorated room with multimedia support. Numerous touch screens invite you to inform on the various topics. In addition, there are here and there video sequences and headphones where audio material can be played. All media can at will stop the chip built into the ticket by using simple to enable. At the end, one can trace a historical Hanseatic Conference via audio and video, which made up was like a modern news coverage of a big event. This is very in my opinion. From my point of view may be the best Museum what I ever visited. Furthermore, the tickets for the Castle monastery and the Hanse lab are included in the ticket for € 12.50 P.p... Alone, these two parts are something a little as I find a nice Add-On, but along with the body. Once summed up pros and cons: + modern building + top crafted rooms + varied representation of history + multimedia + individual information (depending on the initially selected city and theme) + very good location in the city centre + beautiful sunny roof terrace + ticket for € 12.50 full entry offers (according to lust) loose 3 h entertainment. But it is also shorter, depending on how quickly you go through the rooms. -Ticket for € 7 with only the Castle monastery and Hanse laboratory rather too little.
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  • The Museum really is 'State of the Art'. To get a ticket with an integrated RFID chip that you configured at a Terminal briefly in the preferred language and the one sets a city you want to see mainly treated upon entry. In the Museum you can hold anywhere his ticket on the contact surfaces, to get information to the respective exhibit there. The minimum time, should be to explore the Museum for four to five hours are - you can but spend a whole day there without bored to.
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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.