Guided Walk through Ottensen and Altona
SUNDAY 24 MAY and MONDAY 25 MAY at 11.00 a.m.
Duration: 90 min. approx
Sign up at the Hospitality Desk - maximum number in group: 20
The walk will cost €6 per person
Leisure time during a FEATS weekend often includes a walk of some description – so we’ve arranged one for you in the area around the theatre.
As you will no doubt have seen from the write-up on www.feats-hamburg.de, Altona has a lot to offer both historically and culturally. Take a stroll and learn more about this part of Hamburg.
Visit to Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
SUNDAY 24 MAY at 11.00 a.m.
Sign up at the Hospitality Desk – maximum number 35
Miniatur Wunderland offers a price of €12 per person for groups of more than 15 (normal price €13).
We have a reserved time-slot for 35 people to visit this amazing exhibition – the largest model railway in the world. You don’t think it sounds all that exciting? Who needs to see model trains running round on tracks? Well, quite frankly – you do! This isn’t just a model railway – it is an astonishing and fascinating realisation of the dream of two people, twin brothers Frederik and Gerrit Braun. It is impossible to do justice to the attention to detail, craftsmanship and expertise in words or facts and figures (and there are plenty of the latter) – you simply have to see it for yourself. Once you have, you’ll want to come back and see it again!
The idea of the model railway was floated in December 2000, and the first three sections completed and opened to the public in August 2001. Since then the exhibition has gone from strength to strength, with its fully functional airport opening in 2011. Miniatur Wunderland was featured on British TV’s ‘James May’s Toy Stories’ and was visited by Michael Portillo, host of BBC’s ‘Great Continental Railway Journeys’ – he painted a figure of himself which is now on display in the exhibition.
Allow at least 2 hours to do justice to the exhibition.
For more info go to www.miniatur-wunderland.de