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Hannover - Museums

    Sprengel Museum – The stated aim of the Sprengel Museum is to appeal to people from all walks of life, and that visitors, adults and children, experience the museum in a vivid way. To do this there are lots of programs using various media to help children encounter and experience art. The Children's Forum at the Sprengel Museum Hannover offers 'Art - Child's Play!' for kids over 6 every Tuesday and Thursday and weekend afternoons. Also on the weekends, kids can experiment with their own art – the museum provides paint and paper. The Mini Gallery provides individually-designed displays of Max Ernst, Fernand Leger, El Lissitzky that kids can experience up close.
    Förderverein Heimatmuseum is a museum of the typical regional skills, such as weaving, farming, and fishing. The rooms and furnishing show the life of a Steinhude family around 1850. You'll see looms and weavings, fishing nets, traps, a boat and smoking chamber, a shoe maker's workshop, and a photo exhibit.
    The Frehrking Blacksmiths Museum – The Helstorf historical society restored this village smithy and everything, including all the tools, are the real McCoy. The Helstorf smithy is popular for the regular demonstrations of blacksmiths.
    Hannover Fire Brigade Museum – Fire brigade Nr.1 is now a museum where you can see a collection of 18th century equipment and uniforms. There's a horse-drawn engine complete with manual hoses, life-saving equipment, all kinds of neat stuff for the fireman fan.
    Wilhelm-Busch-Museum – Opened in 1937, the museum centers around a cartoonist and illustrator Wilhelm Busch. Your kids may have seen his work in Max and Moritz books, or illustrating Brothers Grimm fairy tales. This is a favorite place with local kids, and the collection contains hundreds of Busch's oil paintings. The museum has hosted a 150 cartoon exhibitions so far – you may find your favorite when you arrive.
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