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January 2019

Ice Skating Rink Trier

January 2 - February 2
City Center Trier Trier, 54290 Germany + Google Map

Trier’s ice skating rink at Kornmarkt will be open until February 2! Daily ice skating times (Monday through Sunday): - 1:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (except Tuesday) For more information go to www.trier-info.de  Photo by anfisa focusova / shutterstock.com

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Exhibition: Mummies – Secrets of Life

January 3 - March 31
Museum Zeughaus Mannheim, C5
Mannheim, 68159 Germany
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€13.50

Mummies are more than old Egypt. A new exhibition at Museum Zeughaus shows the history of mummifications, from Dinosaurs to modern times, highlights the cultural sacredness of the process and features scientific explanations and exhibits. A virtual reality station will even give you the opportunity to become a mummy researcher yourself. The exhibition will be open until March 31. Admission costs €13.50 per adult and €4.50 per child (6-18). For more information go to www.mannheim.de 

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Exhibition: Egypt – Land of Immortality

January 3 - December 31
Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen, Mannheim C5
Mannheim, 68159 Germany
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€10.50

Mannheim’s Reiss-Engelhorn-Museum’s permanent exhibition uncovers the fascinating history of Egypt, secrets of the dead along with the widely ramified world of the Gods. The collection grows continuously thanks to gifts and loans from other museums and private collectors. Admission costs €10.50 per adult and €4.50 per child. The museum is closed on Mondays. For more information go to www.mannheim.de  Photo by VICHAILAO / shutterstock.com

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Musical: Anastasia

January 14 - August 31
€49

Broadway hit ANASTASIA is coming to Stuttgart! The music with its heartwarming story, elaborate costumes and set design as well as a fantastic soundtrack will stay at Stage Palladium Theater until August 31. Tickets are available from €49. For more information go to www.stuttgart-tourist.de 

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Musical: Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame

January 14 - February 10
Stage Apollo Theater Stuttgart, Plieningerstr. 102
Stuttgart, 70567 Germany
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€49

Broadway hit The Hunchback of Notre Dame is only staying at Stuttgart’s Stage Apollo Theater Stuttgart until February 10. See them before they take their final bow and join them on a magical journey through the bell towers of Paris. Tickets start at €49. For more information go to www.stuttgart-tourist.de 

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Ice Disco at Polarion

January 14 - March 30
Polarion Bad Liebenzell, Polarion
Bad Liebenzell, 75378 Germany
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Don’t miss Bad Liebenzell’s Ice Disco at Polarion: every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 11 p.m. the ice rink will be illuminated as the music gets turned up for ice skaters of all ages. The event will take place until March 30. For more information go to www.stuttgart-tourist.de  Photo by anfisa focusova / shutterstock.com

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Walking tour with the Trier Nightwatchman

January 18 - March 29
Trier City Center Trier, 54292 Germany + Google Map
€14
Trier - the oldest city in Germany

Accompany Trier’s Nightwatchman during his nightly tour through the oldest city of Germany on January 18 and 25 and every Friday after that until March 29. The tour starts at Tourist Information at 6 p.m. and will be concluded with a drink (apple wine) and a snack (crackers). Tickets cost €14. For more information and tickets go to www.trier-info.de  Photo by Nancy Bauer / shutterstock.com

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Winter Lights

January 19 - February 24
Luisenpark, Theodor-Heuss-Anlage 2
Mannheim, 68165 Germany
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$8

Trees, ponds, plants and buildings at Mannheim’s Luisenpark will be illuminated with colorful lights for the park’s annual Winterlichter, Winter Lights, days from January 19 to February 24. Admission costs €8 per adult. For more information go to www.mannheim.de 

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99 cent bowling

January 21
Bowling World Mannheim, Casterfeldstraße, 52-64
Mannheim, 68199 Germany
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€1

Every round of bowling at Bowling World Mannheim only costs 99 cents on Mondays. Offer does not include rental shoes. For more information go to www.mannheim.de 

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Open Stage

January 24
Jugendkulturzentrum FORUM, Neckarpromenade 46
Mannheim, 68167 Germany
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Free

Sing your song, dance your poem, show your face! Get up on the open stage of Jugendkulturzentrum FORUM in Mannheim and tell your story in any artistic way you can think of on January 24 from 8 p.m. You can either spontaneously get up on stage on the night of or sign up in advance via alexander.bayer@forum-mannheim.de. Admission is free. For more information go to www.mannheim.de 

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Hessenpark: Housewives in Winter

January 26
Freilichtmuseum Hessenpark, Laubweg 5
Neu-Anspach, 61267 Germany
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€9

The historic housewives of the living history museum village Hessenpark will demonstrate a winterly routine to visitors of the Haus aus Eisemroth on January 26 between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Learn more about traditional ways of cooking, baking, washing, cleaning and more. Admission to the park costs €9 per adult und €1 per child, the event itself is free. For more information go to www.hessenpark.de 

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Kids’ Carnival

Carnival

Children of all ages are welcome at Kids’ Carnival at Albert-Schweitzer-Grundschule in Zweibrücken on January 27 from 12:30 p.m. Everyone is asked to wear their favorite costume. (As Halloweens isn’t celebrated as widely here in Germany, locals use carnival to show off their creative costume ideas.) Club-Gemeinschaft Hasensteig is looking forward to seeing you there. For more information go to www.zweibruecken.de  Photo by gosphotodesign / shutterstock.com

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February 2019

Storming of City Hall

February 28
Rathaus Schwäbisch Gmünd, Oberer Marktplatz Schwäbisch Gmünd
Schwäbisch Gmünd, 73529 Germany
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Free
Carnival

The storming of Schwäbisch Gmünd’s city hall will take place on February 28 from 4:16 p.m. The spectacle is an old carnival tradition including live music and ‘Narren’, carnival enthusiasts, in costumes as they try to take over city hall, which, also traditionally, they achieve every single year. More live music and culinary delights await spectators on Oberer Marktplatz after the event. Admission is free. For more information go to www.stuttgart-tourist.de  Photo by gosphotodesign / shutterstock.com

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