Group Activities in Schleswig-Holstein

THE 10 BEST Schleswig-Holstein Large Group Activities & Things to Do

Best Group Activities in Schleswig-Holstein

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  • AWSF42
    Singapore101 contributions
    First time here as well. 1hr away from Hamburg. Nice old town with nice marzipan which the guide recommended.
    Written March 30, 2023
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  • pawel_hbg
    Sopot, Poland9,950 contributions
    The Holsten Gate is a city gate marking off the western boundary of the old center Lübeck. It was built in 1464 and is the symbol of the city. The Brick Gothic construction is one of the relics of Lübeck's medieval city fortifications and one of two remaining city gates.
    Written May 27, 2023
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  • Jtjkz
    Malmö, Sweden397 contributions
    Intersting old WW2 submarine where you get a good impression of how these guys have lived while at sea
    Written April 10, 2023
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  • BillinMiami
    Marbella, Spain62 contributions
    This is a lovely beach town with a charming beach walk, main street and a huge beach. Really clean with many restaurants and shops.
    Written October 10, 2021
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  • rtdood
    Manchester, UK141 contributions
    I visited after making quite the trek, although its straightforward journey, from Hamburg on public transport and I can say it was truly worth it (see below for how I did this). The grounds are well maintained and peaceful, being near the beach and surrounded by fields and countryside at the edge of Laboe. The memorial commemorates all dead German seafarers of both world wars and their opponents.

    You can purchase a ticket to visit at the counter near the entrance for 8 Euro. If visiting the submarine (U-995) at the bottom of the small hill you can get a combined ticket for 13 Euro. Quite good price. You receive a turnstile token to go through to either site. Once through to the memorial, walk up the slight incline, and you will see some of the objects commemorating the lives lost at war in a small clearing. In the centre is a propeller from the German cruiser Admiral Hipper, which survived the SWW.

    From here you can visit the historical hall and memorial halls. Inside you can find lots of models and a few display boards explaining some context to the history of the wars German navy has fought from the First World War. Its quite minimalist, but that's the idea to evoke reflection and remembrance. Its a sobering, but peaceful experience.

    Follow the pathways through and you come trough to the bottom of the tower. There are some vast open halls which have silhouette of different types of shipping lost at war engraved on the walls - most impressive. Finally you come through to the entrance to the stairs or lift to the tower.

    The tower is 72 meters high and if wanting to take the stairs, beware there are 341 of them to climb! Naturally I took the lift - it nearly takes you to the top but there are only a few steps to walk up/down to get to the viewing platform. You are rewarded at the top with lots of open space to take non-obstructed pictures of the scenery around you. Very scenic. A great way to finish you your visit.

    To get to and from here from Kiel you have two options depending on the time of year. A ferry from Kiel (which only operates during the high season, from April until mid September), which takes over an hour. Or alternatively, like I did, taking a bus. The bus took about 30 minutes to Laboe from which there is a short 10-15 minute walk along small lane and beach promenade towards the memorial. The bus only drops you off in the centre of Laboe - its very small town that has more of a seaside village vibe to it. In Kiel I'd recommend getting off and on at the bus station (directly in front of Kiel Hbf) a short 5 minute walk. Frequency of the bus was every 30 minutes.
    Written April 5, 2023
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  • Sunrise_Chris712
    Hamburg, Germany130 contributions
    Truly paradise. The beach is gigantic in terms of dimensions. Perfect to walk into any directions. Quite a long walk over the bridge to get there but it’s absolutely worth it. Suggest you wear a suitable outfit as the wind on the seaside can be very strong. Lovely fresh air is priceless:-)
    Written September 11, 2020
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  • pawel_hbg
    Sopot, Poland9,950 contributions
    St. Mary's Church which was built between 1250 and 1350 is the third largest church in Germany. It and has always been a symbol of the power and prosperity of the old Hanseatic city. Entrance is ticketed, 4 eur per person but it is without doubt worth to enter and see its magnitude from every corner inside.
    Written May 28, 2023
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  • lonewolf44
    Kingston upon Thames, UK1,285 contributions
    If you arrive on the daily Helgoland catamaran from Hamburg you have just under 4 hours to explore the island. Start by circumnavigating the island on foot (it takes about 90 minutes, though be warned you need to scale a steep set of steps and walk uphill for about a third of the walk). The undoubted highlight is here - red cliffs and colonies of nesting terns, gannets and other seabirds. You also get great views over the island.
    Written August 1, 2022
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  • Tijana
    Vienna, Austria30 contributions
    Most Northern part of Germany. Untouched pure beautifull place. Me and my husband had wedding photo shooting there. Photos are more than perfect!
    Written December 8, 2019
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  • Patrowsky T
    Dublin, Ireland22 contributions
    The whole family loved it, there are attractions for all ages, rollercoasters, carousel, the flying chairs, flying cars, and so much more.
    The park is great, I mean it’s not Disney World, but still great, you’ll have fun, but don’t expect Disney’s standard. It’s a big park but not humongous, I think in one day you could see it all, you just need to arrive early, and I’m sure you’ll have a good time. The services in the park are good too, huge parking; clean toilets and located in different points of the park; fast food restaurants; pop corn and waffles shops. Try the waffles they’re amazingly delicious.
    The staff were very kind anytime, though I think it would be useful if everybody speaks English, that makes it easier for foreigner tourists like us, but to be honest the majority spoke it, and even with those who didn’t speak it we had no trouble understanding each other with signs. And as I said before, all of them were kind and happy to help.
    And speaking of the attractions, personally I loved the huge roller coaster Karnan, you have to try it. Also the other roller coasters, even the little ones are great, specially for the young kids; so everybody can get a dosis of adrenaline and fun.
    Highly recommended!!
    Written August 16, 2018
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  • SueDen27
    Sydney, Australia3,408 contributions
    We wandered around the riverside trying to find this place and only realised it was accessible directly from the main part of town when we exited. It has been wonderfully curated with high level interactive exhibits. Very worthwhile to understand the history of Lubeck and the whole Hanseatic development from the Middle Ages. Allow at least a couple of hours. Highly recommended
    Written May 12, 2023
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  • MarcusHurley
    Calne, UK9,219 contributions
    The viewing platform on the tower is the main attraction, for us at least, at this church. Instead of glass there is a wide grille around the windows so it is a lot easier to take photos than some other attractions. There is a lift to the top - luckily - and the staff were both lovely and spoke excellent English. The church itself is heavily restored after WW2 and seems it has yet to find a new purpose. There was some sort of art exhibit inside but it wasn't really clear what it was about.
    Written November 4, 2022
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  • D8ta
    Berchtesgaden, Germany9 contributions
    One of the best experiences I have had - according to nature, science and learning. Very good information and practical things to explain the mechanics of tide, waves and many more.

    Recommended for Kids. The Restaurant is good and the prices reasonable. There is a big outdoor playground for kids near the Restaurant.
    Written August 20, 2022
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  • denis d
    Paisley, UK80 contributions
    Excellent presentation both visual and physical. Sufficient although limited English presentation. Contrast with the reconstruction of the viking settlement some 2 kilometres south - poor layout and lack of information.
    Written June 30, 2022
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  • Frequentflyermom
    Ada, MI204 contributions
    With Covid restrictions in place, we felt very safe. Our vaccination status was checked, masks were expected except when eating or drinking.
    The market was beautiful. The people were welcoming (not many Americans were visiting at that time).
    Oh course the gluhwein flowed!
    Written June 9, 2022
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