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TimeRide Frankfurt is a virtual reality experience allowing visitors to see what local life was like in the 19th century. Offering a historic glimpse of the city as it once was, it's a great way to learn more about how Frankfurt became the city it is today.
Ever wondered just what makes our bodies tick? Why we get butterflies in our stomach, or why laughter bubbles up inside of us? The plastinations of Gunther von Hagens offer a rare sight of real human bodies that have been donated for scientific study. While you're learning about the anatomy of happiness at some 200 exhibitions that bring science to life, make sure you stop and appreciate just how complex that body of yours is.
There are ten incredible areas inside SEA LIFE Speyer, including a shipwreck where octopuses hide and an underwater tunnel where sharks swim directly above your head! Don't miss the chance to see a green sea turtle, and spend some time at the touch tank where you can feel a star fish's interesting texture on your fingertips.
The Chocolate Museum Cologne is located in the Rheinauhafen. It takes visitors through the cultural history of chocolate, on a tour across 4,000 m2 of exhibition space.
TimeRide Cologne is a virtual-reality attraction located in Cologne's Innenstadt. It can be found close to the Great St. Martin Church, Cologne.
The Farina Fragrance Museum is a museum in Cologne, devoted to the long and fascinating history of Eau de Cologne. Visitors can discover how perfume is made through interactive tours, and trace the evolution of fragrance development over the centuries.
Located in the heart of historic Cologne, the buzzing Hard Rock Cafe Cologne brings rock n roll memorabilia and banging tunes to locals and travelers alike! This is a family-friendly, fun and unique experience you won’t forget, especially for music fans. The cafe is easy to get to, in a walkable area just six minutes from the famous Cologne Cathedral. Coming hungry from the airport? It's just 16 minutes by car! Take a seat, relax, and check out the legends on the walls, with music memorabilia including Elvis Presley’s sunglasses, bass guitars used by KISS, and Jimi Hendrix's vest.
When the SWR Television Tower opened in Stuttgart in 1956, it stood out in more ways than one: it was the first television tower in the world to be built of reinforced concrete, it represented a new type of structure as the first broadcasting tower to have an observation platform and a restaurant, and it was one of the highest buildings worldwide, with a height of 217 metres. It is state capital's most prominent landmark, firmly anchored not only in the cityscape but also in the hearts of Stuttgart's inhabitants. The observation decks at a height of 150 m and 153 m offer a unique, 360° panoramic view over Stuttgart and the vineyards of the Neckar Valley as far as the Swabian Alb and the Black Forest. The view from Stuttgart's highest lookout point is an unforgettable experience at any time of year. Catering is provided at the Panorama Café in the tower pod and the restaurant at the foot of the tower whose terrace is an inviting place to linger in the summer months.
The Fußballmuseum Dortmund is the national museum for German football. It was opened on 23 October 2015, after an international architecture competition to design the building. The museum is home to a holographic 3D cinema, and World Cup winners coach commemorating the Germans' success at the 2014 World Cup, along with an indoor football pitch, a trophy room, and more.