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Museen Boettcherstrasse

Boettcherstr. 6-10, 28195 Bremen, State of Bremen, Germany
+49 421 3388222
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See the bells and rotating tower

Make sure you see the free bell concert and rotating tower - it is a truly unique Bremen... read more

Reviewed April 2, 2016
Atlanta, Georgia
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The whole street is a piece of art

This small street is fine example of Expressionism architecture. The most of the buildings date... read more

Reviewed January 7, 2016
Haacht, Belgium
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Boettcherstr. 6-10, 28195 Bremen, State of Bremen, Germany
+49 421 3388222
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Reviewed April 2, 2016 via mobile

Make sure you see the free bell concert and rotating tower - it is a truly unique Bremen experience. The entire experience only lasts about ten minutes, but it is memorable and unique.

2  Thank Kyla91
Reviewed January 7, 2016

This small street is fine example of Expressionism architecture. The most of the buildings date from the 1920’s and are designed by architect Bernhard Hoetger. Besides being an architect, Hoetger was a sculptor and painter as well. Various statues seen in this lane are from...More

2  Thank Globetrotter045
Reviewed December 15, 2015

by its art collections, the buildings architecture, the museum and the Paula Modersohn Gallery, the history during the Nazi time something very special!

Thank Ohlen
Reviewed December 7, 2015

Very pretty and crowded street linking the Market square with the river. It was packed during my visit and excellent (window) shopping opportunoty along the street.s

Thank beppo81
Reviewed October 13, 2015

This little side street off the market square is really worth seeing. The architecture is done with red bricks and is remarkable. The street contains shops and restaurants and is to be found between the market place and the river Weser.

1  Thank Tornado0963
Reviewed October 9, 2015

Amazing street. Houses of brick. Very beautiful, great atmosphere At the gable of the house are the bells that ringing. Bells play in times: 12PM, 2PM, 6PM You Must See

1  Thank Veronika B
Reviewed September 7, 2015

For the price of one, you get to see interesting 20th century and contemporary art as well as the house of a wealthy businessmen who assemble an eclectic collection of artifacts, not all of which fit well together. The Paula-Moderson-Becker Museum part is really worth...More

Thank Busydays
Reviewed July 25, 2015

When we walked through this old small piece of Bremen's history that i saw a very beautiful architectural buildings and also at 12,15 and 18 if you are there that its better to stay and to look up and to see the circulated tower which...More

Thank Katrin9825
Reviewed April 19, 2015

Even more than the Schnoor this is Bremen's showpiece, and of course it is very touristy. Well, the musea are surely worth a visit, but tops is just looking at the buildings. The whole street was planned as a piece of art, and this it...More

2  Thank Heiko A
Reviewed April 10, 2015 via mobile

The Museums are small but quite nice - the Moderson-Becker Museum gives a good intro to her work - there is also some nice juwels to see

Thank dennys34
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