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Bremen and Worpswede have a wealth of artists, art and people in common. The artists’ village on the outskirts of the city has been an artists’ colony since the end of the 19th century. Today, with more than 100 artists and craftspeople and six museums, the village in the Teufelsmoor offers a beautiful destination for art lovers, nature lovers and cyclists.

The neighbouring city of Bremen has been an important Hanseatic city since the Middle Ages. Art lovers will also find many places to visit here. The picturesque village of Fischerhude, hidden under oak trees, offers a special atmosphere.

The programmes below can be individually adapted.

“Two days of Bernhard Hoetger in Bremen and Worpswede”

In the early 1910s, the sculptor Bernhard Hoetger was one of the most famous sculptors in Germany. His sculptural and architectural oeuvre initially shows the influence of Auguste Rodin, later incorporating stylistic quotations from ancient Egyptian or Buddhist eras, until in Worpswede and Bremen he brought together all his influences to create a visualisation of the Nordic Edda sagas.

The programme starts in Bremen with a visit to Böttcherstrasse and the Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum. Afterwards you will be guided through Bremen’s historic city centre and the Schnoor. Duration 3 hours.

On the second day, you will visit one of the special exhibitions in Worpswede during the guided tour with your tour guide and, after a break, two further exhibitions to mark the 150th anniversary of Bernhard Hoetger’s birth. Duration: 2 hours in the morning, 2.5 hours in the afternoon.

Two days, group tour max. 20 people
Group price 630 euros plus museum admission

Bremen intensive

Get to know the different sides of the Hanseatic city.

2-day programme by arrangement with a tour of the old town, visit to a art museum, tour and exploration of Bremen’s Überseestadt. Of course, the programme also offers enough time to explore the Hanseatic city on your own.

Maximum 20 people per group
Price on request

Bremen and Bremerhaven

2 to 3 days

The federal state of Bremen has two cities that are separated by a strip of Lower Saxony. Plan a day with your guests’ own coach for a trip to Bremerhaven.

The modern city on the Weser estuary has more to offer than just one of Europe’s largest harbours.

During your days in Bremen, you can visit the historic city centre, take a tour through the more remote parts of the city and visit a museum.

Maximum 20 people per group
Price on request

Worpswede intensive

Get to know Worpswede with its 6 museums. The village in the centre of Teufelsmoor on a mountain has provided artists with a workplace for over a hundred years. Immerse yourself in the landscape and art from the 19th century to the present day.

2 days with a tour of the village and numerous LINK guided museum visits.

Maximum 20 people per group
Price on request

Bremen and Worpswede

2 to 3 days

The great Hanseatic city and the artists’ village are not only linked by proximity, but also by art and personalities. Immerse yourself in the diverse relationships.

Individual programme created for you with the highlights in Bremen and Worpswede.

Maximum 20 people per group
Price on request

Worpswede and Fischerhude

3 days

The artists’ village of Worpswede and the picturesque village of Fischerhude were and still are popular with artists. Otto Modersohn retired to Fischerhude after the death of his wife Paula Modersohn-Becker. A museum  is dedicated to him here. Complement your visit to Worpswede with an excursion to Fischerhude.

Day 1:

In the morning: “Worpswede erleben“, Tour of the artists’ village with a visit to a museum.
Afternoon: “Heinrich and Martha Vogeler

Day 2:

in the morning: “In the footsteps of Paula Modersohn-Becker” with a visit to the museum at the Modersohn House

Afternoon: free time for strolling and shopping on the Bergstrasse

3rd day

Fischerhude guided tour of the village with a visit to Haus Irmintraut

Afternoon: one-hour guided tour of the Otto Modersohn Museum

Maximum 20 people per group
Price on request