Weserpark is Bremen’s largest shopping centre. The mall went through extension and modernization works in 2014. It was opened again for the public on 9th of October this year. On a 66,000 square meter sales area, the shopping center features a total of 170 shops, among them around 60 new leaseholders mostly from the fields of fashion and lifestyle. The gastronomic selection is complemented by a new food court with over 380 seats and 14 restaurant concepts. Brands such as Zara, Mango, Desigual, Hallhuber, Tamaris, Tommy Hilfiger, Humanic, Walbusch, Reserved and many more can be found on the mall's offer.
One of the world’s leading spa, sauna and fitness complexes is situated in the mall, offering a combination of spa traditions, massage styles and beauty treatments from around the globe.
By car: from the A1 motorway coming from Hamburg:
Turn off at the Bremer Kreuz junction and take the A27 motorway in the direction of Bremen / Bremerhaven. Leave the motorway at the first exit at Bremen-Sebaldsbrück and follow the road to the right in the direction of Bremen city centre (Bremen-Zentrum). Then follow the signs for Weserpark.
By bus from Bremen Central Station:
The number 25 bus takes you straight to Weserpark
Tram number 1 to Züricher Strasse, then any of bus numbers 25, 38, 40 or 41 run by the Weser-Ems Bus Company.
With the expansion in 2014, the new architectural design and the establishment of innovative concepts, the Weserpark is being transformed from a retail market-oriented center into a modern shopping center. The facade is interrupted by a glass entrance. Free-standing wall sections with openings in organic forms draw the attention of visitors. The interior of the Weserpark is characterised by daylight and natural, light materials, which create a pleasant atmosphere. Ceiling elements with organic elements also contribute to this. In the existing mall, suspended and newly plastered ceilings offer a new light concept and new mall furniture offers a new ambience. The designs were produced by the architect's office Maas und Partner.