Attractions and Places to Visit in Wuppertal

On the 13.3 km long monorail line, around 85,000 passengers float 12 m above the river Wupper every day and 8 m above the roads. In its 100-year history, more than 1.5 billion people have floated over the Wupper Valley. At 20 stations, from Art Nouveau to high-tech, guests can get on and off their 35-minute journey. Wuppertal has about 4,500 monuments. The paths between mountains and valleys are connected by 496 stairs with over 12,000 steps. 4,500 animals from about 450 species live in one of the most beautiful zoos in Germany. The stadium at the zoo offers more than 23,000 sports enthusiasts a good view. Many more attractions can be found in Wuppertal, as long as you want to see them.

Begegnungsstatte Alte Synagoge in Wuppertal

Begegnungsstätte Alte Synagoge

Since April 2011, the meeting place Old Synagogue is also a Jewish Museum - the only one in the Bergisches Land. In the permanent exhibition you can learn a lot about the Jewish religion and history...
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From the Heydt Museum in Wuppertal

From the Heydt Museum

The Von der Heydt Museum owns one of the richest collections in Germany. The focus is on paintings of Dutch art of the 16th and 17th centuries, painting and graphic art of the 19th century with excellent...
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Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden in Wuppertal

Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden

Our supervisory staff will be there for you during your visit to the Sculpture Park and will be happy to answer your questions at any time. The instructions of the supervisory staff must be followed...
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