Neander­th­al Museum
In the Neander Valley
In addi­tion to the museum, the Neander Val­ley offers a num­ber of out­door attrac­tions for our visitors.

Wood­land Blauer See
ideal des­tin­a­tion for fam­il­ies with children
Attrac­tions: cable land­scape, forest play­ground, water activ­it­ies, out­door theat­er, res­taur­ants, fairy tale zoo, mini golf, adven­ture world, mini rail­way, nature trail, Indi­an camps, wed­dings, chil­dren’s birth­days, grilling / bar­be­cue, pony track

Duis­bur­ger Zoo
one of the lead­ing zoos in Germany
Attrac­tions: Dol­phin­ari­um, trop­ic­al house, Koala House, Zoo – Rally for kids, about 3400 anim­als and much more

Sea – Life Oberhausen
over 20,000 mar­ine anim­als from over 100 dif­fer­ent spe­cies in 45 aquariums
Attrac­tions: rep­lica coastal land­scapes and Eis­f­jorde, open pool, touch pool, adven­ture cinema, pan­or­amic ter­race and much more

Movie Park Ger­many Bottrop
the most well-known film and theme park in Germany
Attrac­tions: roller coast­ers, many water attrac­tions, Ice Age Adven­ture, “Sponge­Bob” in 4‑D, Film Museum and genu­ine movie stu­di­os etc.

Ron­cal­lis Apollo – Varieté
one of the most beau­ti­ful vari­ety houses in the world with monthly chan­ging program

CentrO Ober­hausen – die neue Mitte
the most unique shop­ping and leis­ure para­dise in Europe
Attrac­tions: Met­ro­nome theat­er, leis­ure and amuse­ment park, Mul­ti­plex – cinema, air-con­di­tioned shop­ping mall, 200 retail shops and much more

Schokoladen­mu­seum Köln
world wide a unique museum that gives an excit­ing way to look at many aspects of the his­tory and present of chocol­ate and cocoa. Main focus: the his­tory of chocol­ate, cocoa, chocol­ate museum, Choco cater­ing and chocol­ate – sweets

Düs­sel­dor­fer Altstadt
a visit to the his­tor­ic Duessel­dorf is a must have on any stay in NRW.
Attrac­tions: “The longest bar in the world” with over 220 pubs and res­taur­ants, shops in all vari­ants, cul­ture in all ver­sions, city Tours and much more.