The Universum Bremen is a science museum in Bremen, Germany. Visitors are encouraged to interact with most of the approximately 250 exhibits. It receives on average 450,000 visitors annually.
The Universum Bremen opened in September 2000 near to the University of Bremen, Germany. Covering over 4,000 m² the exhibition contains exhibits related to one of the three topics: mankind, earth and the cosmos. The science center building, with its 40,000 stainless steel scales, resembles a mixture between a whale and mussel. It was designed by the Bremen architect Thomas Klumpp.
|Monday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Tuesday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Wednesday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Thursday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Maria Arce Barreiro | Mar 4, 2018
Wonderful museum, very professional staff, very family-friendly and bilingual indications (German-English) in most activities.
Håkon Anders Strømsodd | Jul 25, 2017
The exhibit was excellent, with a large variety of different experiments to try. With it's four story building, this technical museum is a must for anyone with an interest for physics, chemistry and other sciences. I thoroughly enjoyed my time here, but the gift shop was not very good. Probably the worst I have ever seen in a technical museum. The excibit it is well worth the visit nonetheless.
Martin Sundwall | Jul 3, 2017
Nice mixture of education and play. Our 4-year old loved to try all the different experiments. If the weather is nice the playground outside is almost worth the visit alone. The cafeteria only accepts cash or German cards though.
Dimitrios Farmakis | Feb 28, 2018
Interesting exhibition for children to get involved with science.
Joseph Pollard | Jan 27, 2018
Best science museum I have ever been to!
Alex | Mar 29, 2018
Really great museum, catering for young and not so young. All the interactive exhibits in both English and German, which helps. Dark room is a must and at the moment there is an additional exhibit on the heart, including VR which you can try out. Well worth a visit and the car park is close and cheap.
Victoria Clausse | Apr 26, 2018
It is an amazing museum. If you like science this is a great place to visit, and even if you don't like science, this is a great place to learn. You can interact with all the experiments that they have and the explanations are in German and in English too. I recommend that you go there with enough time because I went there a couple of house before closing and I couldn't see the whole museum. The only downside is that the tickets are expensive.
king boateng | May 17, 2018
I love this museum very much, because there I can learn and try out so many things
Remo Miko | Apr 30, 2018
It is amazing museum ,really you can not say it is a pure museum actually it is a place to have so many informations about science ,chemestry ,medician ,physics and so on .it is very useful and helpfull for kids . There are so many friendly people working their.
Zareer Dadachanji | May 24, 2018
I go here regularly with my kids and we all find it just brilliant. There are loads of superbly thought-out interactive exhibits bringing science to life in a way that fascinates them and me alike. And all in a fantastic whale-shaped building that you get to via a cool bridge! The staff are really friendly and the gift shop is actually full of decent stuff like kids' science kits and toys that demonstrate scientific principles.
Victoria Clausse | Jun 15, 2018
It is an amazing museum. If you like science this is a great place to visit, and even if you don't like science, this is a great place to learn. You can interact with all the experiments that they have and the explanations are in German and in English too. I recommend that you go there with enough time because I went there a couple of hours before closing and I couldn't see the whole museum. The only downside is that the tickets are expensive.
Miikka Lehtonen | Jun 4, 2018
If you have kids, this is probably an extremely interesting place for them. Fun practical experiences teach them about physics, the human body and nature. As adults we just wished there was a bit more theory.
Tom W. | Jun 17, 2018
...architecturally interesting building. Nice illuminated in the night. Good photo spot for friends of blue hour photography.
Denis Bejte | Jun 14, 2018
Pretty cool place and something nice to do if you have some time to kill in Bremen. A little bit expensive but if you like science worth it
Sikiu Yepes | Jun 25, 2018
It's the most interactive, interesting and mind engaging science center! The first that I actually enjoyed as much as my daughter. All 5 of us from young to senior found it interesting. It has an outside area that's just great! You find swings that transfer energy to one another. A pull down experience that takes you up in the air. Plus, tunnel and water structures. It made science fun! Would go back.
Joe Walker | Aug 3, 2018
A great and informative place. For tourists like me all of the exhibits are explained in German and English. It’s very hands on and there is even stuff to do outside the building. Would suit families with children but curious adults like me weren’t frowned upon.
Soonashir Panday | Jul 26, 2018
Best Interactive Science museum that I have visited. Fun for kids of all ages and for the accompanying adults too. Wonderful outdoor playground when you need a break from the inside.
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