Hotel Zum Goldenen Lowen

Kaiserstrasse 52, Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, 51145, Germany
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Cologne's most famous rodent: The Mouse - Wo ist die Maus??

by christine.j

When my children were quite small, I went to Cologne and - among other things which didn't interest them a bit - showed them the mouse. The famous mouse from Die Sendung mit der Maus. We saw the statue, in a "hall with pillars" (quote from my daughter). That's about all I remember, too. My husband and I are planning another trip to Cologne and - I guess for nostalgic reasons - want to see the mouse. My husband couldn't go with us back then, so for him it will be the first time. Can anyone tell me where this statue is? Thanks in advance.

RE: Cologne's most famous rodent: The Mouse - Wo ist die Maus??

by abalada

According to this article
there are now two statues - one in the Hauptgebäude (main building - Wallrafplatz?) and the other one is part of a moving exhibition - the MAUS OLEUM.

At the WDR Arkaden there is also "Maus&Co. Der Laden" (a Die Maus shop).

Die Maus homepage - some pages in English there as well

RE: RE: Cologne's most famous rodent: The Mouse - Wo ist die Maus??

by pieter_jan_v

It's at the Tunisstraße at the WDR TV studios.

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RE: RE: Cologne's most famous rodent: The Mouse - Wo ist die Maus??

by christine.j

Thank you and danke.The mouse certainly has gained a lot more popularity in the last 20 years,if it is now climbing lampposts.;)) I think the statue we saw was the one in the WDR building.

Travel Tips for Cologne


by Gili_S

I cannot really explain much about BAP, you need to be local to understand, but anyhow, this is a local rock group, they have been playing for more then 20 years now and they are obviously pure German band, or, to be correct, Koelsch band.
Few of their CDs are classics and "Verdamp lang her" is something that will always stay in my memory.


by DanielF

Cologne is one of the media capitals in Germany. For this reason, nightlife is great here, plenty of stylish (in the German sense of the word, but also in the international sense) people and trendy places.

Tasty food at affordable price, German athomsphere

by WanderingFinn about La Strada

This place, La Strada, is really something real Köln/Cologne. The athmosphere is great and the staff is helpful, cheerful and nice. Here you must taste the Cologne's pride Kölsch (beer). It tastes soo good here.

Don't forget to taste their local specialities or pizzas and pastas - their menu will definitely fill everyone's wishes. And you don't have to worry about money (but not to eat worse though). Here all dishes seemed to cost less than 10 euros, pizzas from 5,80.

The ambiance is very German: dark brown bar style furniture. The only thing that I didn't like is the same thing than in every country in so many places: the original style and athmosphere is spoiled by putting a TV screen shouting and the same western pop music everywhere. I would wish local food, local music or no music, no tv when I dine. Their pizzas! You get garlic for free if you want, and if you think your pizza doesn't have enough stuff in it, you can order extras at only 0,5 or 1 euro. The pizzas are big enough, 29 cm at size.

The KÖLSCH !!!!!

Awe-inspiring majesty

by maestrousmc

The Kolner Dom could quite possibly be the most visible landmark in Koln. Of all the religious structures in my recent visit to Europe this cathedral matched and sometimes exceeded its counterparts in details and intricacies. Should you possess the energy, pay the nominal fee, climb to the top via the spiral staircase view the city.

Kölner Rathaus

by Aitana

Cologne City Hall is Germany’s oldest city hall. It was built in the 14th century, on the foundations of the old one, next to the city’s medieval Jewish quarter.
The City Hall’s gothic tower was added in the 15th century.


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