Straße GmbH

Established in 1925, Böttcherstrasse GmbH, the main tenant of the buildings, takes care of the operation and appeal of the street – be it through the operation of the Böttcherstrasse museums, the Böttcherstrasse archive or its own retail outlets or by renting space to shops, restaurants, the cinema and other service providers. Since 1988, it has been in the care of the Sparkasse Bremen bank.


New in the Böttcherstraße since mid-April 2018: the Bremen-based professionals advise you around Bremen and arrange guided tours, round trips, boat trips and hotels. You will receive tickets for events and museums, the audio guide, souvenirs and the ErlebnisCARD.

Kiek mol rin!


Since 1987 Roland Verlag has been presenting the cultural offerings in the federal state of Bremen and the adjacent northwest with expert contributions and current dates.
The Kulturjournal foyer, the Bremen Theater Concert and Museum Guide or the program preview of the Konzerthaus Die Glocke Bremen also offer first-class advertising spaces for companies that want to attract visitors to cultural sites as an attractive target group.


Offering comfortable seating for 88 visitors, the Atlantis Cinema has been showing films more removed from the mainstream blockbuster culture since 1930. Today, the programme mainly includes German and European productions and has already won several awards. You can enjoy a glass of wine in the nostalgic foyer after the performance and enjoy some lively discussions.

& Schuldt
design studio

Jörg Möhlenkamp and Marlis Schuldt lead a small team located in the Glockenspiel Carillon House, doing a great job in various areas of visual communication. Specialist areas include corporate design, editorial design, magazines, books and exhibition design. In 2017, the agency was honoured twice with the Award of Excellence for outstanding individual achievements.

The Archive

The archive of the Böttcherstraße is located in the upper two floors in the house of the carillon. It documents the history of the Böttcherstraße from the beginning to the present in all its variety. Files, architectural drawings and historical photos form the basis for publications or the multimedia guide. The Böttcherstrasse Archive also organizes guided tours and lectures on Böttcherstrasse on request.

The archive is not permanently open.

If you want to visit us, please make an appoinment
on +49 421 3388260

Or use our Email: info@boettcherstrasse.de