Four of Lübeck's museums wish to win your heart in 15 minutes each.In just one hour, Buddenbrook House, Willy-Brandt-House, Günter Grass House and Behnhaus Drägerhaus will open theirhearts and share their whole passion withyou by presenting their most crucial exhibit.Your ticket is valid all day for you to discover the museums- it's your choice, if your dates will quickly take place one after the other, or if you would like to spare some time in between your dates for a shopping spree, a meal at one of Lübeck's restaurants, or just take some time to chat.If a brief romance turns into big love, you can additionally obtain a reduced admission fee of € 3.50 for the museum of your choice so you can get to know it at length.Speed dating first started in the late 1990’s as a way for singles to meet many potential partners at the same time, but without the pressure and prolonged awkwardness which a first date sometimes brings.Singapore has even put its name on the map of speed dating by setting a world record in 2013 when the Social Development Network organised an event for the biggest number of people speed dating in one place.When the bell rings again, the men move tables for their next “speed date”.By the end of the session, each man and each woman in the group would have had the chance to meet up and speak with each other.
The organizer takes full responsibility for the event, the quality of the event, the content of the event and all the event information that has been given.
The Follow Up After the event is over, the organisers will match up all the scorecards and will put couples who mutually identified each other as dates they would like to meet again, are put in contact with each other.
In some instances, participants may receive a summary of how they scored during the event and some participants feel that this is a good way for them to understand how they can improve their dating skills. You get to meet Face-to-Face First of all, it allows you to meet your potential dates face-to-face.
For example, one woman had thought she was destined to be a violinist.
However, after taking a course at the London Academy of Music, she realized she wasn't really enjoying performing and decided teaching was what she really enjoyed.