Our activity modules for student tours to Cologne


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Cologne City Tour – Guided Tour

The best of Cologne’s 2000-year history on the route from the Cathedral to the Rhine River. Did you know what business the world-renowned artist Joseph Buys had at the Cathedral? What were Konrad Adenauer and a witch doing on the tower of city hall? Is it true that Emperor Nero was half "Cologne-er"? Did Eau de Cologne help fight pests and cholera? What did the Pope and Bill Clinton do in Cologne? Answers to all of these curious questions and many more are presented in this lively tour that helps you appreciate the city in a whole new way.

                                                                                                                                                              Duration: approx. 1,5 hours

 

 

 

8,40 €

Cologne Cathedral – Guided Tour and Climbing the Cathedral

The Cologne Cathedral is one of the world’s largest and most beautiful cathedrals. The famous building, its sheer size and the wealth of artistic craftsmanship and detail are still mesmerizing today. A Cologne must: Climbing the 533 stairs to the top of the Cologne Cathedral. The view is breathtaking and so is the experience of being inside one of the most beautiful and well known cathedrals in the world. This tour lets you experience the whole cathedral, its sublime interior and collection of artifacts.

 

                                                                                                                                                                Duration: approx. 1,5 hours

10,90 €

The Night Watchman Tour – Guided City Tour

In the old days, when night fell, the city became a very dark and different place with many mysterious characters and goings-on. That’s when the time of the night watchman began, and nobody knew the city at nighttime better than he did. This tour is guided by an old-world night watchman in traditional attire, and he will bring the night alive with old tales and ghosts – and at the same time explain why many things are the way they are today.  A fascinating way to see past and present of a city through the eyes of someone who moves between both.

 

Duration: approx. 1,5 hours

11,90 €

Smartphone City Rallye

Students are divided into groups equipped with smart phones, and then the hunt begins. During this rally, you will discover the city’s main attractions and must-see tourist stops. The best of Cologne’s 2000-year history on the route from the Cathedral to the Rhine River. History, Carnival, and city legends are included.

 

Please note that each group must bring smart phones – charged and internet-ready.

 

Duration: approx. 2 - 3 hours

3,40 €

Museums in Cologne

Cologne has an astonishing variety of museum, and you’ll find something for every group and study subject:

 

Das Praetorium – Guided Tour of Archeological Zone –Duration: approx. 1 hour

National Socialism Documentation Centre – Guided Tour – Duration: approx. 1 hour

National Socialism Documentation Centre –  Workshop – Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Museum Ludwig – Museum for 20th century art – Guided Tour – Duration: approx. 1 hour

Museum for Applied Arts (Museum für Angewandte Kunst) - Guided Tour – Duration: approx. 1 hour

Rautenstrauch Joest Museum – Guided Tour– Duration: approx. 1 hour

Römisch Germanisches Museum – Guided Tour – Duration: approx. 1 hour

Römisch Germanisches Museum –  Workshop – Duration: approx. 2.5 hours

Wallraff Richartz Museum – Guided Tour – Duration: approx. 1 hour

Kölnische Stadtmuseum (Cologne Municipal Museum) – Guided Tour– Duration: approx. 1 hour

 

3,40 €

Rhein Energie Stadium – Guided Tour

This is one of Germany’s most modern stadiums and home to the national league 1.FC Köln. This tour takes you behind the scenes of life inside the stadium. You’ll not only learn about the special architecture and history of the building and the team, but you also get to be in places that are usually closed to visitors, like the press room, the VIP areas, and the players’ locker and relaxation rooms.

     Duration: approx. 1.5 hours

8,90 €

TV-Studio Tour - "NOBEO Studios" in Hürth

NOBEO Studios are known for many popular German TV shows and productions, such as "Stern TV", "Who wants to be a Millionaire", and "Die Millionen Show".  The tour presents all steps involved in TV production, especially many of the technical aspects like cameras, sound, and editing.

                                                                                                                                                                    Duration: approx. 1 - 1.5 hours

 

9,90 €

Climbing Gym - "Snake Climbing"

This climbing experience focuses on physical and mental strength and is designed to build team spirit, endurance, and grit. The group is divided into teams, and with speed, skill, strategy and resourcefulness, each tries to collect the highest score. In the end, everyone wins, as suspense, fun, and more group cohesiveness are guaranteed.

 

                                                                                                                                                                    Duration: approx. 3 hours

16,90 €

Rhine Rafting Cologne

A rafting tour to view some of the most fascinating sights the area has to offer. While you paddle the waters of the Rhine River, you’ll see Cologne’s skyline and Cathedral, the Siebengebirge Mountains, the Chocolate Museum, and the modern "Rheinauhafen" development with its famous buildings right on the water, the new Rhine Boulevard, and many other famous buildings and bridges.

    Duration: approx. 1.5 hours

20,90 €

Aqualand

Welcome to Cologne’s largest adventure pool – an indoor and outdoor water park that leaves nothing to be desired and makes for a day of non-stop fun. Consider these amazing water rides: The ‘AQUAconda’, a 150-metre long slide with dramatic curves; the ‘Red Star’ Slide – 110 metres of high-speed fun; the ‘Space Taifun’ where all your senses will be stimulated with light effects and fog. There’s even more: an indoor-looping slide where you can reach a speed of 50 kilometres per hour and the 46-metre Boomerang Slide, where you slide uphill first, then down again at super-high speed. But it’s not all about excitement – relaxation and wellness are also offered. Consider the warm wellness water pool, float in the salt water of the oxygen therapy grotto, or enjoy the spacious outdoor facilities and relaxation areas, and so much more.  Aqualand truly offers something for everyone.

13,90 €

Bowling

A visit to Cologne’s largest Bowling Center for great fun on 20 super modern lanes, all with 42" Full HD monitors. Experience a sport that originated in the United States at the end of the 19th century as a modified version of a similar European sport called ‘Kegeln’. A great way to spend fun time as a group and build team spirit in a relaxed way.

 

    Duration: approx. 2 hours

9,90 €

Chocolate Museum

Chocolate Museum – Guided Tour

A museum where you get to see and eat chocolate – no wonder it’s one of Cologne’s biggest attractions and the only museum of its kind in the world. Located right on the Rhine River, steps away from the Old Town, the building is shaped like a ship made of glass and metal. Learn everything about the past and present of chocolate and cocoa, see how chocolate bars, truffles and figures are made, then enjoy its taste at the world-famous chocolate fountain.

 

                                                                                                                                                                          Duration: approx. 1 hour

 

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Chocolate Revelations

A discovery trip to the world of chocolate. The Chocolate Museum is one of Cologne's top attractions and takes you on a discovery trip to the world of chocolate. Follow the steps of a cocoa bean from its tree in the rain forest to a chocolate factory made of glass. You'll not only see how chocolate is produced, but also learn about its history and geography. The tour is followed by a chocolate-making class with a Maître Chocolatier who teaches you how to mix the ingredients, how to access the quality of chocolate, and how to create chocolate goodies like bars and lollipops (which you take with you!).

 

                                                                                                                                                                       Duration: approx. 1.5 hours

10,90 €

Sports and Olympics Museum – Guided Tour

Explore nearly 3,000 years of sport, from the classic to modern times, and encounter many of the moments and accomplishments that made history: top athletes, glorious victories and bitter defeats. One of the city’s major attractions for sports enthusiasts.

                                                                                                                                                                    Duration: approx. 1 hour

     

8,90 €

Phantasialand Amusement Park – Visit & Snack Box

One of Europe’s major amusement parks featuring six themed areas and rides, breathtaking shows and amazing performers. Think of it as a new way of introducing school subjects like geography, art, history, mathematics, physics, and biology – all of it is represented here and with thrilling rides, interactive exhibits, and experiments for a fun day of intense learning.

                                                                                                                                                                 Duration: flexible

 

26,90 €

Hard Rock Cafe – Tour & Meal

For more than 15 years, the Hard Rock Café Cologne right in the city centre at "Heumarkt" has been serving American cuisine in a Rock ’n’ Roll ambience on two floors. The menu includes spare ribs, BBQ, and legendary burgers, all prepared fresh and with local produce. The venue was renovated in 2013, and an integrated stage offers musicians from all over the world. Artists and bands including Robin Beck, Little Steven, Within Temptation, H-Blockx, Evanescence, Scorpions, Michael Schenker, and Brings have performed here. After a tour of the memorabilia from major rock stars and moments, a delicious meal will be served.

 

Sample Menu (subject to Change)

Hard Rock Burger or Cheeseburger with fries, or Veggie Burger with side salad

Caesar Salad with Romano cheese and bacon bits

Soft drinks, coffee or tea

16,90 €

Panorama Boat Tour – Cologne Harbour

See Cologne from its best side – from the Rhine River.  Enjoy the Old Town, the modern architecture at the Harbour, and many other major attractions from the panorama boat of the popular KD (Koeln-Duesseldorf) fleet.

 

                                                                                                                                                                   Duration: approx. 1 hour

6,90 €

Cologne Zoo

More than 10,000 animals live at the Cologne Zoo. Hardly any zoo in Germany features as many, and the variety is immense. See okapis, lemurs, ant eaters, African marabous, birds of paradise, tapirs, and many others in what is one of the oldest and yet most modern zoos in the world. The spacious animal habitats mimic the animals’ natural environment and make for a fascinating visit in any weather. Highlights include the Elephant Park, the largest north of the Alps; the Jungle House for primates; and the Rain Forest House with it many inhabitants straight from paradise. The aquarium is a special thrill, as not only the most colorful fish and butterflies live here, but also crocodiles, piranhas, and praying mantis. At the occasion of the zoo’s 150th anniversary, another major attraction was opened: the new Hippodrome, a 400 square metre walkable replica of an African river area that lets visitors see the hidden world under water – a unique facility in Europe.

                                                                                                                                                                 Duration: flexible

8,90 €