Lower Saxony State Museum Hannover
The Lower Saxony State Museum Hannover or State Museum Hannover has three different worlds where the individual collections are connected: the nature worlds, the human worlds and the art worlds.
The nature worlds consists of many natural history objects and animals. The nature worlds is divided in the water worlds, the land worlds and the deep sea.
The human worlds is about the history of humans with finds from several decades in Lower Saxony. It handles the evolution history of the humans.
The art worlds offer an impressive tour through Europes art history. At the moment, the art worlds are closed due to renovation of the historical glass roofs.
For more information about the Lower Saxony State Museum, visit the corresponding website.
Guided tour through the Beginenturm tower
The Beginenturm tower is the only completely preserved tower of the medieval city fortifications. It is located directly on the banks of the Leine river and has a total height of 24 metres. Furthermore, it is the oldest surviving building of the city. From being a warehouse over becoming a prison and at latest a bar, the tower is part of the Museum of History since 2014.
The tour through the Beginenturm tower guides up to the top floor of the three-storey tower. You will get a magnificent view over the city from the observation deck.
For more information about the Beginenturm tower, visit the corresponding website (only available in German).
Guided tour through the Herrenhausen Gardens
The Herrenhausen Gardens are an ensemble of gardens including the “Great Garden”, the most important baroque garden in Europe, the botanical “Hill Garden” back from the mid-17th century with exotic flowers all over the year and the English “George Garden”, popular for recreational outings.
The tour through the Herrenhausen Gardens guides through the “Great Garden” or the “Hill Garden”.
For more information about the Herrenhausen Gardens, visit the corresponding website.