Top 10 Things to do in Winsen, Germany

July 31, 2017 Diedre Savory

Discover the best top things to do in Winsen, Germany including Miniatur Wunderland, Deutsches Panzermuseum, Historisches Lueneburger Rathaus, Wildpark Lueneburger Heide, Wasserturm Luneburg, Dialog im Dunkeln, Schmidt Tivoli, Ohlsdorf Cemetery, Park Planten un Blomen, Millerntorstadion.
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1. Miniatur Wunderland

Kehrwieder 2-4 | Block D, 20457 Hamburg, Germany +49 40 3006800
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5 based on 16 reviews

Miniatur Wunderland

Miniatur Wunderland is the world’s largest model train exhibit, and still growing. See trains running through recreations of Hamburg and the coast, Austria, the Grand Canyon and Scandinavia.

Reviewed By Marc H - Los Angeles, California

A fascinating miniature world, created with so much finesse, attention to detail, wittiness, and good for an unforeseeable surprise. It is an attraction for young and old, for families, dates, or spare some time by yourself. Take some time and dive into this world and soak in the adventures of the miniature people in a shrunken world.

2. Deutsches Panzermuseum

Hans-Kruger-Strasse 33, 29633 Munster, Lower Saxony, Germany +49 5192 2552
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4.5 based on 255 reviews

Deutsches Panzermuseum

Reviewed By sir_meeshoo - Gdynia, Poland

Majority of hyped German WWII vehicles were there (WWII focus is rather clear, but you have examples of more modern tanks and APCs there). I guess you have to know your staff when you enter, as English descriptions would be insufficient for someone who is an absolute beginner to the subject. You can climb inside a single tank. I guess a more interactive profile would engage you more, as we were surprised we completed the tour in about an hour, not counting in a coffee.

3. Historisches Lueneburger Rathaus

Am Ochsenmarkt 1, 21335, Luneburg, Lower Saxony, Germany +49 4131 2076620
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4.5 based on 163 reviews

Historisches Lueneburger Rathaus

Reviewed By Roberts69 - Northampton, United Kingdom

Whilst in Luneburg on a business trip I was fortunate to get to see the 'Rathaus' (town hall) both by night and by day and even though I didn't get chance to go inside it is a very attractive building indeed and one that is a must to witness. When I visited it on a Wednesday morning at about 9am there was a market in full swing that was selling some superb fresh produce.

4. Wildpark Lueneburger Heide

Am Wildpark, 21271 Hanstedt, Lower Saxony, Germany +49 212 710418
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4.5 based on 127 reviews

Wildpark Lueneburger Heide

Reviewed By milligan1959 - Halifax

The Wildpark is in a lovely location in a forest. Parking at the attraction is free, entry is €9.50 per adult and is great value for money. Once inside there are places to eat and there are plenty of toilet facilities throughout the park. There is also a gift shop.
The route through the park is an easy stroll. Even though they are mostly written in German, the maps, routes and information boards are easy to follow.
There are several areas of the park where you are in with the animals, especially the deer. Food ( for the deer) is available for purchase from vending machines for €1 for a box.
On the whole a great day out, good value for money with lots to see. Although we were not visiting with children it was clear to see that other families were enjoying the interaction with the animals.
Would highly recommend.

Bei der Ratsmuhle 19, 21335, Luneburg, Lower Saxony, Germany +49 4131 7895919
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4.5 based on 252 reviews

Wasserturm Luneburg

Reviewed By sir_meeshoo - Gdynia, Poland

Frankly, the views are not so good. Both the angle and very packed architecture are the reasons that virtually no landmark is clearly visible. One can appreciate a coherent town plan and selection of building materials. It is the fact that one might learn a thing or two about historic water storage and study the tank, valves etc. in detail make it more attractive site than the Panorama itself.

6. Dialog im Dunkeln

Alter Wandrahm 4, 20457 Hamburg, Germany +49 40 3096340
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5 based on 473 reviews

Dialog im Dunkeln

The idea is simple: In completely darkened rooms blind people lead small groups of guests through an exhibition in which everyday situations are experienced altogether differently, without eyesight. In the dark, the daily routine becomes a new experience. A reversion of roles is created: sighted people are confronted with different ways of perception; blind people provide them with security and a sense of orientation transmitting a world without pictures.In addition to the exhibition, we offer Dinner in the Dark, Seminars & Trainings in the dark and Dialogue in Silence.

Reviewed By crozzygirl - home

What an amazing experience. You get to experience various settings in complete darkness as a blind person would experience them, including ordering and paying for drinks and/or sweets at a bar. A blind person leads the tour.
Terrifying to start with and hugely enlightening. Do not miss this.

7. Schmidt Tivoli

Spielbudenplatz 27-28, 20359 Hamburg, Germany +49 40 31778899
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4.5 based on 556 reviews

Schmidt Tivoli

Seit über einem Vierteljahrhundert bieten das Schmidt Theater und das benachbarte Schmidts Tivoli beste Unterhaltung auf der Hamburger Reeperbahn. Im Sommer 2015 hat mit dem Schmidtchen auch das jüngste und kleinste Mitglied der Schmidt-Familie seinen Spielbetrieb aufgenommen. Die drei Theaterbühnen sind aus dem Hamburger Kulturleben nicht mehr wegzudenken – und natürlich auch nicht aus St. Pauli. Mit über 400.000 Besuchern im Jahr ist das Schmidt seit Jahren Deutschlands erfolgreichstes Privattheater. Die Theaterchefs Corny Littmann und Prof. Norbert Aust begeistern mit Eigenproduktionen wie „Heiße Ecke“ – Das St. Pauli Musical (mit über zwei Millionen Zuschauern ein echter Dauerbrenner), „Die Königs vom Kiez“ oder „Cindy Reller“. Dazu kommen zahlreiche Gastspiele, hochkarätige Theaterstücke für Kinder, schräge Late-Night-Shows und schillernde Revuen. Das künstlerische Programm wird durch ein breites gastronomisches Angebot ergänzt: Alle drei Bühnen sind Verzehrtheater.

Reviewed By basbury - Nottingham, United Kingdom

This is a lovely old fashioned theatre with great service and a good variety of shows. Here I have seen one of the best comedy shows ever.
It's located amongst many restaurants, bars, shops and other theatres in St Pauli and easily reached by public transport.

8. Ohlsdorf Cemetery

Fuhlsbuettler Str. 756, 22337 Hamburg, Germany +49 40 593880
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4.5 based on 237 reviews

Ohlsdorf Cemetery

Reviewed By Heiko D - Hamburg, Germany

Very few visits are aware that Ohlsdorf is the worlds largest, most beautiful, peaceful, rural park Cemeteries in the world. 391 acres, 12 chapels. Very nicely maintained green. Mausoleums, rhododendron bushes, its ponds and birds, sculptures and funerary museum. Famous celebrities are buried here. Moreover Commonwealth Graves ..... You can walk for hours. It takes you back in history and makes you appreciate beauty and life.

9. Park Planten un Blomen

Hamburg, Germany +49 40 428544723
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Park Planten un Blomen

The botanic garden Park Planten un Blomen (plants and flowers) has Fountains, a playground, and a rink for ice skating or blading.

Reviewed By Itsmekirsty - United Kingdom

I decided to visit it during the night with music and lights, it was so pretty and definitely a place to visit. I would recommend going on the days where it has music and lights and in the darkness. It was a great experience and it was like Fountains dancing along with the music.

Auf dem Heiligengeistfeld, 20359 Hamburg, Germany +49 40 3178740
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4.5 based on 239 reviews

Millerntorstadion

Reviewed By Allymac7710

Me and a group of mates recently visited Hamburg and took in a St Pauli game at Millerntorstadion.
The stadium is located in the heart of the St Pauli district 5 minutes from the Reeperbahn. It's a cracking little stadium (30,000 capacity) from the outside with plenty of atmosphere to soak up on a match day.
The ticket office helped my mates get seats together which we were not expecting with it being close to a sell out so fair play to them.
Inside the stadium the atmosphere was electric. I have been all over Germany for football and this was very impressive indeed.
The bar and toilet facilities inside the stadium were efficient with no queuing.
The only drawback is the quality of football which was very poor. It must be said. With the revenue this club must generate through merchandise and ticket sales I find it hard to believe they can't invest more in the team to give these great fans something better to watch on the park.
That being said , the last minute winner when no one was expecting it lit up the stadium.
Be sure to visit the Jolly Roger pub across from the stadium. Excellent atmosphere and 2 euro beer.
There is massive club shop outside the stadium to cater to every whim.
We had excellent 40 euro tickets but they can be bought from as little as 10.
Well worth a shout if you're in Hamburg.
Enjoy.

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