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A selection of programme recommendations for groups in Dortmund:

Industrial monument Kokerei Hansa

The Hansa coking offers as a walkable sculpture a fascinating insight into the history of the heavy industry in the past century.
product: guided tour up to 20 participants
price: school groups 50 €, other groups 60 €, foreign language supplement 10 €, plus admission
admission fee 4 € pp
For this program we charge a booking fee of 30 €


A soccer fan? In this museum, immerse yourself into the world of the BVB –Borussia Dortmund Club. Follow the steps of a rich and interesting story about this famous Soccer Club and take a seat in the “Zum Wildschütz” pub, the founding place of the Borussia Club. Follow the fascinating story of soccer stadiums starting with the “Weißen Wiese” close to the Borsigplatz in the Northern part of the city, followed by the arena “Rote Erde” in the city’s south, all the way to the world famous “Westphalia stadium”, now called Signal Iduna park.

Movie Park Germany in Bottrop

Wow! Film, Fun and Action! Discover five themed areas with over 40 breathtaking attractions and Hollywood-style shows. Meet the famous TV and film stars like SpongeBob and the Ice Age heroes in person and join them in their exciting adventures. Open from Easter – End of Oct.

Ticket price from 20 persons: school groups 14,95 €, up to 17 yrs. 19,95 €, adults 27 €

Saison 2017: 7. April - 5. November 2017

City Tour with your own Bus

Tour through the Dortmund inner city with the most important attractions with your own bus! Stops include the biggest canal port of Europe, the Technology Park & University, Signal Iduna Park, and a photo stop at the Phönixsee.

Disney’s Tarzan Musical - Oberhausen

Spectacularly the story of Tarzan is told at the Oberhausen Theater. The piece is underlined by music from Phil Collins.
Tarzan was an orphaned child that grew up amongst apes in the jungle. Far away from civilization, Tarzan meets Jane who is accompanying her father for a jungle expedition. Tarzan and Jane fall in love – both fascinated by the worlds of the other, which forces Tarzan do decide between the two inherently different worlds.

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