A visit to the Ansgari Quarter, the popular shopping and gastronomy location in Bremen's city centre with its special flair, is an essential part of a nice city centre stroll. A place where a special shopping experience, strolling and socialising are just as attractive as everyday shopping. Adjacent to Obernstraße, Hutfilterstraße, Wandschneiderstraße and Ansgaritorstraße, the beautiful area around Ansgarikirchhof invites you to linger and discover and offers both residents and visitors the perfect place for a short shopping or lunch break.
The Ansgari Quarter is a core component of the lively centre of Bremen's city centre. The place is characterised by the elaborately designed façade of the historic Chamber of Crafts, which was completed in the Weser Renaissance style in 1621. With its impressive gable façade, it lends the quarter around the Ansgarikirchhof a special charm and an unmistakable character. In front of this impressive backdrop you will find individual shops that surprise you with their selected assortment.
Growing variety of offers
In a direct city centre location with a particularly historic flair, you will be greeted by a range of Scandinavian designer furniture and trendy clothing for style-conscious women and men. In keeping with a perfect shopping experience, there is a multi-storey car park directly on site and the Am Brill bus stop in the immediate vicinity, so that your trip to Ansgari Quartier can begin stress-free. A Japanese restaurant in Ansgaritorstraße also provides relief from hunger. In addition, the variety of offerings continues to grow with the development of the "Lebendiges Haus" (Living House), which will house residential options and office space as well as retail shops (opening 2022).
Quality of stay and variety
Thanks to the high level of commitment of the residents within the framework of the Ansgari Owners' Association (BID Ansgari), the square surprises with seasonally adapted activities: urban gardens, sandpits for the little ones, concerts on the stage, tree illuminations in winter. Regardless of the season, the Ansgarikirchhof offers seating where you can linger and plan your further city centre stroll without having to eat.
You can find all information about the Ansgari BID here.