Special places – themed and general museums

If you want the full picture, then these are the places to go: from the film museum through to Handel House, themed museums retrace the steps of notable personalities at authentic sites or highlight specific aspects of human life. For variety in scope and theme, look no further than the general museums.

Within the walls of Hamburg's warehouse district, covering an area of 4,000m², this miniature world is open to visitors 365 days a year.

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The Breadmaking Museum in the historical salt storehouse in Ulm was founded by the entrepreneur Willy Eiselen in 1955 as the first bread museum in the world.

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According to Goethe himself, he was born "on the stroke of twelve" on 28 August 1749. Today the Goethe House and Goethe Museum stand on the site of the house in Grosser Hirschgraben where he was born, which has been faithfully restored.

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The Albrecht Dürer House is one of the most visited sights in the city, offering a fascinating insight into the life of the 16th century German Renaissance artist.

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Founded in 1899, the Deutsche Bahn Museum in Nuremberg is Germany's oldest railway museum.

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Set in an elegant patrician residence in Lübeck's old quarter, the Willy Brandt House is an educational centre, museum and memorial dedicated to the German Chancellor and Nobel Peace Prize winner Willy Brandt

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The Buddenbrooks House, which provides the setting for Thomas Mann's famous novel about the decline of the Buddenbrooks family, now contains a museum that has served as a tribute to the Mann family's literary legacy since 1993.

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The Zeiss Planetarium in Bochum was built in 1964 and since that time it has been one of the most modern facilities of its kind in the world.

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