9 Things to Do in Bruhl That You Shouldn't Miss

August 19, 2017 Viva Honore

Discover the best top things to do in Bruhl, Germany including Phantasialand, Schloss Augustusburg, Schloss Bruehl, Max Ernst Museum, Jagdschloss Falkenlust, Schwindelfrei der Kletterwald, St. Maria von den Engeln, WeinZeit, Judischer Friedhof.
Restaurants in Bruhl

Berggeiststr. 31-41, 50321 Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany +49 2232 36600
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Phantasialand

Phantasialand is a magical place with one of their kind and world record holding attractions for both small and great. Come and experience the six different themed worlds: Berlin, China Town, Deep in Africa, Fantasy, Mexico and Mystery have more to offer than you might think. Themed orientated snacks and restaurants are waiting for you. So are the several artistic, impressive and unique shows. For extra long andventurers you can stay in one of our two Hotels: Hotel Ling Bao in China Town and Hotel Matamba deep in Africa will show you the cultures of their world.

Reviewed By StefanBraem - Antwerp, Belgium

I've spent two days in the park with my girlfriend.
Good:
- all new areas and attractions are well designed and constructed, beautifully decorated and very thought out. They know their brands and materials.
- shows are all to be recommended, and there are plenty
- broad range of attractions for all ages
- their rollercoaster really do get some speed
- food is reasonably priced and of high quality, even when compared to non-themepark restaurants
- attraction waiting times are never too long (max 45 minutes on a busy day) due to German efficiency
- clean toilets
Bad:
- older attractions aged badly and maintenance has been neglected as well. Simply close attractions like the Hollywood Tour, it's well past its date.
- it's a pitty that they don't seem to invest in high potential zones like Wuze Town. It really could be something...
- shows are very entertaining, although the acting is... well, german; you know, little refined and sometimes even a bit clumsy
- communication is primarly in German. I understand that it's a German theme park, but lots of guests come from neighboring countries and we all have one common language, and that's English. Simply take English as your default language and everybody will understand and you don't have to translate everything to French, Dutch, Spanish, ...
I truly recommend this park next toppers like Disneyland Paris, Europa Park and Port Aventura.

2. Schloss Augustusburg

Max-Ernst-Allee, 50321 Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany +49 2232 44000
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4.5 based on 336 reviews

Schloss Augustusburg

Reviewed By Rey M - Sarnia, Canada

Another must see attraction when visiting Cologne is the UNESCO Bruhl Augustusburg Palace. It was the estate residence of the prince-archbishop of Cologne. It illustrates the power held by the religious head of the church during the medieval times. The palace is elegantly impressive especially the rococo style architecture of the grand staircase. The rooms are very similar to the palatial residence of other European royalties. A good hour can be devoted to view the palace as well as the well maintained garden and grounds. Not all the rooms are accessible, but the guides were very informative and accommodating.

3. Schloss Bruehl

Schlossstrasse 6, 50321 Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany +49 2232 44000
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4.5 based on 119 reviews

Schloss Bruehl

Reviewed By Mahdi B - Osaka, Japan

The inner design is beautiful specifically the staircase section. Don't get fooled be the exterior. BUT! there is no English tour ( you must go with a tour) there is a very much useless audio guide with dismal information and you have to stand in group and listen to someone talking in language you can't decipher. A bit of a torture. The staff are not friendly and rude sometimes.

4. Max Ernst Museum

Comesstr. 1, 50321 Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany +49 2234 9921555
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4.5 based on 85 reviews

Max Ernst Museum

Reviewed By DjangoDjango - Cologne, Germany

The museums exhibits works of the German painter and sculptor Max Ernst.
He is categorized as a surrealist.
The museum has a permanent exposition explaining his life and the evolution of his work during the years he lived.
Next to that the museum also has a great amount of temporary Exhibitions which attracts the greater crowd. Like present exhibition regarding Maurits Escher, or the last one regarding Tim Burton.
Overall I think the museum is only well worth seeing if you're interested in the temporary exhibition as well, or if you're a big fan of surrealism.
Another great possibility is to combine it with the 2 Unesco world heritage Castles right next door to have an awesome day in Brühl.

5. Jagdschloss Falkenlust

An Schloss Falkenlust, 50321 Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany +49 2232 44000
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4.5 based on 32 reviews

Jagdschloss Falkenlust

Reviewed By Jurgen B - Brussels, Belgium

This small castle is just perfect! A little jewel, with lots of gorgeous details (look at the leather wall coverings in both garderobes for example!). And the outside proportions are just perfection. So is the walk to it.

6. Schwindelfrei der Kletterwald

Liblarer Str. 183 | Am Wasserturm, 50321 Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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5 based on 11 reviews

Schwindelfrei der Kletterwald

Herzlich Willkommen im Kletterwald Schwindelfrei in Brühl bei Köln! Der Kletterwald Schwindelfrei lädt Sie herzlich zu einem unvergesslichen Abenteuer inmitten atemberaubender Natur ein. Erleben Sie Kletterwald-Vergnügen pur in familiärer Atmosphäre. Angefangen vom Klettern in schwindelerregender Höhe über GPS-Touren und Team- sowie Schultrainings bis hin zu Events, Junggesellenabschieden, Houserunning und Kindergeburtstagen ist für Jeden etwas dabei. Mit unserem Sicherungssystem Coudou Pro bieten wir Ihnen dabei den höchsten Sicherheitsstandard nach der Hochseilgarten-Norm.

Reviewed By ralf_puetmann - Cologne, Germany

Der Kletterwald "Schwindelfrei" in Brühl liegt in einem sehr schönen Wald und bietet abwechslungsreiche Kletterparcours für alle Schwierigkeitsstufen. Das Team wirkt sehr präsent, ist ebenso professionell wie charmant unterwegs und legt grossen Wert auf Spass mit maximaler Sicherheit. Ein wunderbarer Familienspass mit kleinen (ab 6 J.) und grossen Kindern.

7. St. Maria von den Engeln

Schlossstr. 2, 50321 Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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4 based on 11 reviews

St. Maria von den Engeln

Reviewed By Ramon_Knudsen - Cartagena, Spain

This church is just behind the palace and we get inside just to see. We didn't know that the church was so magnificiently decorated. It is small, but the visit is worthy. The entrance is free of church, although the door was not easy to find.

8. WeinZeit

Koelnstrasse 10, 50321 Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany +49 2232 3405062
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5 based on 1 reviews

WeinZeit

Reviewed By Sekandar S

Eine absolute Spitzenempfehlung.
Weine für jedermanns!
Und absolut günstigen Preisen.
Ich bin begeistert vom Lokal, der freundlichen Bedienung und der Fachkenntnisse!

9. Judischer Friedhof

Schildgesstrasse, 50321 Bruhl, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
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3 based on 6 reviews

Judischer Friedhof

Reviewed By pinny813 - Cremona, Italy

non uno dei più conosciuti, ma sicuramente uno dei più antichi cimiteri ebraici in Germania...le prime notizie ne attestano l'esistenza sin dal 1370, anche se la comunità ebraica pare fosse presente dal 1285...le lapidi rimaste non sono tantissime...alcune sono così antiche, che sono illeggibili..su alcune si legge "vittima del terrore"...intorno un gran giardino, molto curato, molto verde, con un paio di panchine dove sedersi e riflettere....un angolo di pace...

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