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1,318 things to do found in Konigswinter
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Imhoff-Stollwerck Museum

Imhoff-Stollwerck MuseumNearby City

4.5/5156 Reviews
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"In the up position, here is chocolate from the door, from discovery to development and the role of chocolate are all displayed. You can also taste the chocolate just made for free. German brand-name chocolates are also available here"
Deutsches Museum Bonn

Deutsches Museum BonnNearby City

4.5/58 Reviews
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"The German Museum in Bonn has exhibits such as airplanes. If there are too many exhibits, it may take more than 2 hours to be in a hurry. This is a science museum, so if you like this kind of thing, you can enjoy it."
Duftmuseum im Farina-Haus

Duftmuseum im Farina-HausNearby City

4.4/584 Reviews
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Open on Mon-Sat,10:00am-7:00pm;Open on Sun,11:00am-4:00pm (Local time)
"The Cologne Perfume Museum has a very strong smell. Many of the perfumes here are brewed from local plants. The original craftsmanship of the perfume is also from here. Whenever you smell the perfume, you feel very comfortable. The Perfume Museum also collects quite a lot. Many items. [Fun] The fun is quite interesting [The price/performance ratio] The purchase is also very cheap"

ArithmeumNearby City

4/513 Reviews
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Open on Tue-Sun,11:00am-6:00pm (Local time)
"Located in the city of Bonn, a small museum. The interior is mainly based on the history of human arithmetic and the evolution and development of arithmetic tools. It displays ancient arithmetic books and more than 1,200 mechanical computers provided by the School of Discrete Mathematics, University of Bonn. Most of the collections are still usable. Tickets have to be paid in cash, which is worth seeing!"
Museum Ludwig

Museum LudwigNearby City

4.3/563 Reviews
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"The Ludwig Museum in Cologne, Germany has a collection of modern art. The works of art include pop art, abstract and surrealist works, and owns one of the largest Picasso collections in Europe. The Ludwig Museum was established in 1976."

FrauenmuseumNearby City

4.1/59 Reviews
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Open on Tue-Sat,2:00pm-6:00pm;Open on Sun,11:00am-6:00pm (Local time)
"Due to the coronavirus, the number of people allowed during travel is limited. The tour is usually conducted in German, but after waiting for about 15 minutes, we went on an English tour. very funny. When we left, about 1 1/2 hours later, there was a long line entering and the parking lot was full."

DomschatzkammerNearby City

4.7/563 Reviews
10:00-18:00 (Local time)
"Cologne Cathedral is a must-visit place for tourists in Cologne. The interior of the church itself is a treasure hall. Because the construction of the church took more than 600 years, spanning more than six centuries, during this period, the style and exquisiteness of religious works have been very good. The big change is that when you walk in the church, you can see many works of different styles, such as frescoes, reliefs, icon screens, etc., and slowly appreciate it, you can feel a very heavy sense of history."
Romano-Germanic Museum

Romano-Germanic MuseumNearby City

4.3/559 Reviews
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"The Romano-Germanic Museum is located in the center of Köln. Cologne is a 2000-year-old city that straddles the Rhine River in western Germany. It has long been settled by ancient Rome and is now the cultural center of the region. The Roman Museum contains Roman antiquities."
Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik Deutschland

Haus der Geschichte der Bundesrepublik DeutschlandNearby City

4/57 Reviews
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Memorial Hall
"The museum is quite large, it introduces the history of West Germany in detail, and it has a wealth of exhibits to explain it. It is recommended that tourists who want to go here have a general understanding of West German history, so that the visit will be more rewarding. tip1. The introduction of exhibits is mostly in German. If it is inconvenient, it is recommended to ask for an English interpreter at the front desk. tip2. Large bags need to be stored in advance, small bags can be brought in, not water bottles. tip3. You can't take pictures with flash~"
Museumsmeile Bonn

Museumsmeile BonnNearby City

4.3/55 Reviews
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"The museum area includes the Art Museum, the Federal German History Museum, and the World Congress Center. A place worth seeing. In particular, you can understand the history of East and West Germany. The museum area is a certain distance from the central railway station. If you have time, it is recommended to walk along the trail along the Rhine River from the city center for about an hour to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Rhine River to the Bonn Museum District." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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