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A Universum® full of discoveries

At Universum® Bremen, science becomes an adventure How do mudskippers live? What is a celestial window? How does a tornado develop? At Universum® Bremen science becomes a real adventure. Visitors can experiment with scientific objects, marvel at them and ultimately understand them. Since 2007 the learning experiences take place both indoors and outdoors: In July 2007 the popular whale-shaped Science...

A Universum® full of discoveries


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EntdeckerPark in the open air

The place where visitors can jump in the air like a yoyo or climb on the stone hill In the past, visitors to the Science Center unfortunately had to be satisfied with indoor attractions. Now however, following the inauguration of the EntdeckerPark (Discoverer Park) in July 2007, Universum® Bremen combines both indoor and outdoor attractions. Covering an area of 5,000...

EntdeckerPark in the open air


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The Twisted Tower of Bremen

Insights and views in the 27-metre-high Turm der Lüfte What can you see through a celestial window? How does a weather station work? Can a ball dance on a jet of water? The 27-metre-high Turm der Lüfte (Tower of Skies), standing at the centre of the EntdeckerPark, has the answers to all these questions thanks to its numerous interactive attractions....

The Twisted Tower of Bremen


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In the SchauBox there’s always something going on

Special exhibitions, shows and a new restaurant all delight visitors Since October 2007 a rust-red cube has offered visitors to Universum® Bremen a great deal of variety. The striking building called the SchauBox lies opposite the Science Center and next to the new EntdeckerPark. It includes a central foyer and a spacious restaurant with a sun terrace. The heart of...

In the SchauBox there’s always something going on


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From the idea to the silver whale

How Universum® Bremen came about The portrait of Albert Einstein with his tongue sticking out is known throughout the world, and proves that scientists don't always have to be boring! The same is true of science if it is attractively prepared and presented in a way that appeals to the senses. With this vision in mind, in 1996 a group...

From the idea to the silver whale


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Marena Grotheer
Head of Corporate Communications

Tel. 0421 / 33 46-250
Fax 0421 / 33 46-109
m.grotheer@universum-bremen.de

Svenja Peschke
Press and Public Relations

Tel. 0421 / 33 46-115
Fax 0421 / 33 46-109
s.peschke@universum-bremen.de

Bastian Bullwinkel
Press and Public Relations

Tel. 0421 / 33 46-121
Fax 0421 / 33 46-109
b.bullwinkel@universum-bremen.de