– Visit the State Theatre or one of the numerous smaller stages
– Explore the city from the water on a rafting or canoeing tour on the Oker river.
– Enjoy the great variety of Shopping opportunities in Braunschweig City Center
– Take a walk in the natural surroundings of the Cistercian monastery at Riddagshausen
– Explore the city on a guided tour e.g. on on foot, by bike or on a vintage bus
– Scale the Town Hall Tower to its height of 61 metres and enjoy the breathtaking view
– Experience history up close in more than 10 exciting museums
– Visit to the Jakob-Kemenate and the Brüdern-Kloster monastery
– Admire the art of the Baroque masters at the Herzog Anton Ulrich Museum. Audio guide tours of the medieaval Braunschweig
In the Magni district, restaurants and quaint pubs amidst well-preserved half-timbered houses and attractive small lanes invite visitors to linger. Other places with a lot that‘s worth exploring are the Friedrich-Wilhelm-Viertel, the Uni-Viertel or the eastern part of the Ring (östliches Ringgebiet)!
Braunschweig is known for its numerous culinary specialities, such as asparagus, Braunkohl or Braunschweig Sausage. Yet a particular highlight is Braunschweiger Mumme. Everybody on a visit to Braunschweig should taste this sweet malt extract – whether pure, as Mumme liqueur, beer, mustard or of course in the form of Mumme Glühwein at the Christmas market.
TOUR | A journey into the world of mobility The Autostadt in Wolfsburg is a world of adventure. Embark on a journey through the history of mobility in the ZeitHaus car museum, discover the brands of the Volkswagen group in eight pavilions, take a boat trip or experience a thrill with various driver training sessions.
– Echt-lessig-Card: Museum combination ticket for the city of Wolfenbüttel incl. further services and discounts
– Lessing is alive! With the free app digital and analog on Lessing‘s tracks in Wolfenbüttel.
– Residential Palace with high baroque state apartments
– The counterpart to the Palace: the Citizen Museum offers free entrance
– Duke August library with the famous Gospels of Henry the Lion
– Lessing Haus: Literature Museum which commemorates of one of Germany‘s greatest poets
– The world‘s first major Protestant church with the tomb of the Guelphs and Michael Praetorius permanent exhibition: Main Church Beatae Mariae Virginis
– Historic Old Town district with over 600 half-timbered houses
– Wolfenbüttel weekly market each Wednesday and Saturday at the Town Market
Wolfenbüttel means romance – no less a heart-throb than Casanova is said to have spent the most pleasurable weeks of his life here. Come along and see for yourself with our exclusive package arrangement: “An evening with Casanova in Wolfenbüttel Palace”.
World famous: Jägermeister from Wolfenbüttel. Served in a historic city centre restaurant to round off your evening guided tour.
Braunschweig – Wolfsburg: 30 km, 40 minutes
Wolfsburg – Wolfenbüttel: 40 km, 50 minutes
Braunschweig – Wolfenbüttel: 12 km, 15 minutes