What better place to usher in spring than on the adventurous Easter meadow? Grab your loved ones and celebrate the beginning of spring between countless rides, plenty and delicious food. Whether with friends, partner or family, fun and entertainment for young and old is guaranteed here!
So that you are well prepared, we have already summarized the most important information and frequently asked questions about the Bremer Osterwiese 2020 for you.
What is the Bremer Osterwiese?
When will the Bremer Osterwiese take place?
What are the opening times of the Bremer Osterwiese?
Where does the Bremer Osterwiese take place?
What rides are there on the Bremer Osterwiese?
Bremen Osterwiese – the program
Bremen Osterwiese – the attractions
Bremen Osterwiese – the fireworks
Where can you park at the Bremen Osterwiese?
Is Bremer Osterwiese easy to reach by public transport?
Is the Bremer Osterwiese barrier-free?
Where can I stay near the Bremen Osterwiese?
The Bremer Osterwiese is one of the largest German folk festivals, which takes place every year before and after Easter in Bremen. The Bremer Osterwiese first took place in 1928 as an ‘Easter Folk Festival’ in the Bremen district of Gröpelingen. In 1933 it was given the name ‘Osterwiese’.
The festival attracts more than a million visitors every year, and for good reason! On more than 50,000 square meters you will find about 200 exciting attractions and showmen. Whether you prefer to ride the Ferris wheel, the carousel, the roller coaster or the 2-storey ghost train, there is something for everyone. Test your accuracy in shooting galleries, or try your luck at duck fishing and cylinder throwing.
When you need a little break, you can taste your culinary delights at about 75 food stalls. You’ll find everything on the Osterwiese, from a chocolate factory to bratwurst to fried almonds, cotton candy and gingerbread hearts. If you’re lucky, you might even meet the Easter Bunny, who hands out delicious chocolate eggs to the visitors.
The Easter Meadow starts on a Friday one week before Good Friday and ends on a Sunday one week after Easter.
This year the Bremer Osterwiese will start April 3rd and ends in April 19, 2020.
The Bremer Osterwiese is open daily 14 until 23 clock opened. The Osterwiese is closed on Good Friday.
The Osterwiese takes place every year on the centrally located Bürgerweide, between Bremen’s main station and the exhibition center.
The exact address is:
Burger meadow 2-3
In 2019 there were labyrinths, a roller coaster, an earthquake simulator, 22 carousels and much more on Bremer Osterwiese. It has not yet been decided which stages will be on the Bremer Osterwiese this year.
Which program the Osterwiese will be available soon.
In addition to the attractions and food stalls, the Osterwiese has other attractions to offer. In recent years, for example, there have been highlights such as a high-wire motor show at a height of 40 meters. The exciting shows usually take place between 16 and 20 Clock instead.
There is also a legendary closing performance every year. If you are on the Bremer Osterwiese on this day, you should not miss the spectacle! The exact information will also be announced soon on the official website.
Every year, the grand opening fireworks display traditionally takes place on the Bremen Osterwiese and makes the sky shine in many bright colors. The fireworks inspire visitors every year with new effects and surprises. The fireworks usually take place between 9.30pm – 10pm on opening day.
Traveling to the Bremer Osterwiese by car is not recommended for several reasons. On the one hand, many streets will be closed due to the event, and on the other hand, the traffic volume will be correspondingly high and the availability of parking spaces will be correspondingly low. A limited number of parking spaces are available directly at Bremer Osterwiese.
Since the Bremer Osterwiese is located on the central Bürgerweide, it is easy to reach by public transport. From the main station you can reach the Bremer Osterwiese on foot in a short time.
Access and parking: Bremer Osterwiese is only about 80 meters away from the rear exit of the main station. So access is hassle-free. You will also find two designated disabled parking spaces at the rear exit of the train station.
Toilets: The Osterwiese itself has a barrier-free toilet, which is located approximately 200 meters from the main entrance on the left. At the entrance of the Bremer Osterwiese there is also a map in which the toilet is drawn.
sidewalk: The Osterwieseplein is partly paved and therefore difficult to drive on in some places.
Break location: At the restaurant stand “Veggie-Buffet” and the lounge “Zeitreise” it is possible to sit and pause without being forced to eat.
Rides: Some attractions are now barrier-free, others are not. You can decide for yourself which attractions are accessible here Read.
In 2019 there was also a special offer for the physically and mentally handicapped. One day, 600 disabled people were put together in small groups and then led around the site by the showmen. The Bremer Osterwiese wants to be there for everyone and wants to use this opportunity to provide people with a disability a pleasant, stress-free day. It is not yet known whether the bid for the Osterwiese will take place again in 2020.
All further information on the subject of accessibility and an experience report can be found on the website the city of Bremen.
Since the Bremer Osterwiese is very centrally located in the city and has a very good connection with public transport, any hotel in Bremen is a must.
So what better place to usher in spring than on the adventurous Easter meadow? Pack your bags and let’s go! We wish you lots of fun!
Bremen Osterwiese 2020 – the most important information and frequently asked questions was last modified: February 19, 2020 by means of