Cologne Museum Night

By John Reality, Cambodia, October 2012

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Originating in Berlin in 1997, the Long Night of Museums has become a cultural event that has taken Europe by storm, spreading to cities such as Paris, Amsterdam, Basel, Lucerne, Budapest and Prague. It has also, however, maintained many incarnations within its home country of birth in the cities of Frankfurt, Hamburg, Düsseldorf and, notably, Cologne.

Typically taking place in November, the city of Cologne participates in the Long Night of Museums by keeping the doors of its cultural institutions open into the wee hours and granting visitors a common pass to access all of the participating establishments.

Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Germany Things to Do blog. Visit the original post to continue reading the full post and to learn more about things to do in Germany.

Photo courtesy of Carles Tomás Martí via Flickr.

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