Lubeck

With its Gothic castle, ornate Renaissance buildings, and rows of gabled houses, strolling around Lubeck’s UNESCO-listed old town feels like stepping into a fairy tale. Architectural gems, winding passageways, and café-lined courtyards each reveal a new surprise about this charming city.

Gunter Grass-Haus

Gunter Grass has been living in the environs of the Hanse City since 1986, and the office of the Nobel laureate is housed in the same building. The historic group of buildings therefore provides the ideal location for the presentation of his creative work within an up-to-date museum set-up. The main focus of the museum is the exploration and presentation of literature and visual arts, as they...

Theaterfigurenmuseum

The Museum of Theatre Puppets will be closed for two years while the buildings will be renovated. The buildings, some of which date to the 16th century need to be restored, and the 35 year old exhibition will be updated. The work is scheduled to begin in January 2018. The Puppet Theater Museum was established in 1982 by collector Fritz Fey and preserves a unique collection dealing with the theme...

European Hansemuseum

The European Hansemuseum is the largest museum in the world dedicated to the history of the Hanse. A combination of staged historical scenes, cabinets with valuable original objects, the latest museum technology and interactive features enable the museum to convey an informative and fascinating impression of the world of the Hanse, whose legacy can still be felt today. Novgorod, Lübeck, Bruges,...