Visitors will experience the city history from the Middle Ages to the present on an area of 4.000 sqm in the museum and additionally on 2.000 sqm in gardens, courtyards and alleyways.
The cultural city of Lübeck has even dedicated one of the most exceptional literature museums in the world to him and behind the white baroque façade dating from 1758 brings the story of the Buddenbrooks alive.
Explore Lübeck's picturesque Old Town with merchants' houses and the narrow winding streets, take a break in one of the flower-filled alleyways, and savour a coffee in a sun-drenched courtyard.
You are bound to find a museum to suit your tastes in Lübeck.
Whether history, art, Nobel Prize Laureate or nature - in the different museums, hours just fly by - that goes for children, too.
Going to the theatre is a definite Must when you visit Lübeck.
The many different types of theatre enchant their audiences with extravagant productions - there is even something for children, too!
Lübeck tells its history on a tour of the city.
The historic sights nestle close together on the historic island and can be easily reached on foot or by bike.
Lübeck is proud to be part of the UNESCO world heritage sites.
Tracing the centuries-old history of the historic island will lead you along the majestic footsteps of the once mighty Hanseatic town.
The gallery landscape in Lübeck is colourful, picture-perfect and extremely diverse.
Discover Lübeck's artistic side and indulge yourself in the vast and colourful world of glass, acrylic, oil and wood designs.