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Taxes, fees not included for deals content. About Us Help Center. You could watch a lot of old games, see a lot of trophies and memorabilia, and a horrible "3D" movie about winning the world cup.
If you like this kind of thing then this is the place for you. It just gave us a headache and we didn't learn anything about the game.
At the top of the building there is a restaurant and at the bottom there is a cafeteria. The problem with the cafeteria is that you have to walk through the whole museum to get there.
If you miss something you have to go to the end and re-enter! A much better place to visit would be the We didn't go there last week but we've been there before and really enjoyed the exhibits.
In fact Dortmund has a wide range of museums of varying quality, but there is something to suit everyone's taste. We see the building every time we go to Dortmund because it is close to our favourite Sri Lankan restaurant.
And we've wondered what was in it for years. So we were really glad that we finally were going to see it. They were having a Pink Floyd exhibition there so we were really excited until we heard how much it cost at the door.
The rest of the exhibitions in this building were free. Mainly it is an art museum. There was lots of paintings and installations.
You can visit the terrace at the top of the building to get some good views of Dortmund. They have a cafe up there too. There was one floor that was inspired by the Pink Floyd exhibition and you could "play" with the exhibits.
Our favourite room in the whole museum was an art room that we discovered. It had signs that said you could take anything and be creative.
There were all kinds of art supplies and it was a good place to chill with the girls. We were not very creative so we just took printed cards and coloured them in.
It was fun, but I'm sure you could do many other things with the stuff there. By the time we left it was dinner time so we headed over to our favourite joint " Sweet Chilli " for dinner.
We stuffed ourselves silly with potato roti, string hoppers, dosai, masala tea, mango lassi's and cream soda. I highly recommend this place. They serve plenty of vegan options and although it's not the kind of food you will be served in Sri Lanka it is definitely delicious and not adjusted to the western taste.
It's also not very expensive and the portions are huge. We generally order an appetizer or two and two main dishes with two extra plates and are all pleasantly stuffed at the end of the meal.
Be careful, unlike many places in Germany when they say hot they mean HOT. You can find all these places and more on a google map that I created.
Here is a list of other sights in Dortmund that you might consider visiting also on the above map. Posted by Vinita Samarasinghe at The museum is to the left and the fan shop to the right.
The very tight walkway that the players have to walk down to get to the pitch. Museum as seen from the Dortmund main train station.
Fun graffiti of Angela Merkel at the top of the escalators. If you don't know what this is then you probably should not visit!