The historic cobblestone pavement and quayside wall have been restored on the embankment in front of the buildings of the Museum of the World Ocean. The authentic old town feel is completed by the surviving mid-19th-century railway bridge. In all likelihood, Immanuel Kant went strolling here, following the route that came to be known as the Kant Path. The great philosopher is also commemorated by the granite Kant Bench, built recently. His cocked hat and walking cane are on the bench.