From jazz and hip hop to readings, parties and art - the "Alte Feuerwache Mannheim" is THE destination for music and culture lovers in the Rhine-Neckar region.
From its previous life as a cinema to its current role as an event hall with special flair. The "Eventhaus Capitol" brings its unique charm to everything from theater to concerts and comedy.
A little piece of China, nestling in the heart of Mannheim. The largest original Chinese teahouse in Europe can be found in the Luisenpark.
The "Evangelical Cathedral", which dwarfs even the Wasserturm (water tower).
Outside a baroque palace, inside a library.
In Mannheim, dancing has a very special home - in the listed building Trinity Church in the heart of the squares, a space has emerged for the region’s dance scene.
Gallery, walk-in sculpture, meeting space and place of communication - the “Einraumhaus c/o” (one-room house) is a temporary, flexible exhibition concept that connects different levels of engagement with visual art.
What does underwear have to do with art? At the very least, it provides the name of this small theatre...
More than the Luisenpark's little brother. The Herzogenriedpark invites you not only to relax surrounded by greenery - you can also get up close with animals and experience the 'Wonder of Mannheim'.
'The Exclamation Point of God' within sight of Mannheim's baroque palace.
A small area with a lot to offer.
Political, satirical, biting. The "Klapsmühl' am Rathaus" is today one of the most renowned and established cabaret and comedy theaters in Germany.
The church in the centre of life: a meeting place in "Mannheim Symmetry".
Once the birthplace of the "New Objectivity", now a museum for everyone. The Kunsthalle Mannheim has been shaping the cultural life of the city for a century.
Art - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A jewel of calm and testimony to the city's history.
Lean back and relax in Mannheim's green heart. The Luisenpark turns every day into a short vacation.
Stroll through Mannheim's past beneath tall trees.
Economic muscle and cultural monument: the Mannheim harbour.
A new home for Mannheim’s city history(ies).
The "Wonder of Mannheim" - a work of architectural genius under listed building protection.
Cabaret in your own home ?! Not quite. You do have to leave your house. But the SCHATZKISTL offers a particularly personal atmosphere.
Germany's largest and oldest municipal repertory theater has its home in Mannheim. The Nationaltheater Mannheim is the cultural flagship of the city and one of the most important stages in Germany.
A baroque jewel with a colourful past - the Old Observatory will enchant you with past and present.
Where half of Mannheim bustles busily on market days, two clocks set the pace together.
Children's hearts beat faster when the curtain falls in the middle of the forest.
A good laugh is like a short break from everyday life. Take a trip to the Oststadt Theater, known for its lively dialect theater and boulevard comedies.
Patchwork family residence at the time of the Electors.
Central meeting place with a mysterious underworld.
The city's newest shopping centre leaves nothing to be desired.
If you want to explore extraordinary cultural highlights, you should definitley go and visit "Reiss-Engelhorn-Museen" in Mannheim!
A varied program carved from the tension between modernity and industrial style - it's one of the easiest exercises for this theatre in Mannheim-Neckarau…
Experience rare animal and plant species. Whether walking, jogging or cycling, there is always something to discover between the dunes and the pines.
Green pearl with student flair.
The centre of Jewish life in the city, modelled on Jerusalem.
A museum for little explorers, great inventors, doers and the bold. When curiosity turns its attention to serious things, we call it a thirst for knowledge - which this place is guaranteed to satisfy.
Fancy taking a lightning trip around the region? The telecommunications tower makes it possible.
In Mannheim, you don't have to go down to the cellar for a laugh - but you can. The quirky theater oliv is Germany's first vaulted cellar theater.
Global appeal and local commitment. The Theaterhaus in G7 (TiG7), an independent theatre, enjoys a special reputation for quality and innovation, in Mannheim and far beyond.
Mannheim was once known as "Little Paris". When you see the area around the water tower, you'll understand why.
Germany's second largest mosque and the centre of Muslim life in the city.