When: Saturday, October 20
Time: 12:45 p.m.
Fee: EUR 5.00
The ESO Supernova Planetarium & Visitor Center is a state-of-the-art astronomical center, located next to ESO headquarters in Garching. During our visit we will stroll together through the exhibition "Phantom of the Universe" in the Planetarium before we will sit down in cinema. The show will focus on Dark Matter exploration, including the world's most sensitive dark matter detector, located deep underground in a former gold mine. [sign up]
Please note that we will visit the exibition without a tour guide.
When: Sunday, November 17
Time: 12:40 p.m.
Fee: EUR 3.00
As the place where the NSDAP was founded, Munich is associated more than any other German city with the rise of National Socialism. The former ‚Capital of the Movement’ played a pioneering role in the establishment of the Nazi regime of terror and was home to the Nazi party apparatus. The Documentation Centre has been built on the site of the former ‚Brown House’, once the headquarters of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party (NSDAP) and opened as a place of education and remembrance documenting and addressing the crimes of the Nazi dictatorship and their origins, manifestations and consequences right up to the present day.
On our 90-minute tour we will gain an insight into the the permanent exhibition and try to find answers to the key questions of the Documentation Centre, what this has to do with us and why it should still concern us today.
When: Saturday, December 7
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Fee: EUR 5.00
The Blutenburg Castle was built in 1433 and is today home to the International Youth Library. On our 90-minute tour, we will get to know the castle and learn more about its history as well as the beginnings, the mission and the tasks of the International Youth Library following the end of World War II.
The tour takes us through the reading room, the hallway gallery, all the permanent exhibitions, and the medieval chapel – a masterpiece of late Gothic style. Because the annual Christmas market of the Blutenburg takes place just at that weekend, we will have the opportunity to enjoy a cup of Glühwein afterwards in the beautiful court yard of the castle.
When: Sunday, 29th of March
Time: 09:30 a.m.
Fee: EUR 7.00
As the second largest city in Bavaria, Nuremberg is certainly worth a closer look. With its strong imperial background and enchanting medieval old town, there is a historical depth that can be felt until today. We will be taking a relaxed guided tour that will bring us closer to Nuremberg’s most important attractions, including its churches, monuments, and of course the famous Nuremburg Castle.
However, we will also be focusing on the present and how the city boasts a vivid cultural life and wonderful dining opportunities. Following the tour, we will take the chance to experience this for ourselves as we head to lunch and take some time to walk around and explore.