Sightseeing

Hamburgische Staatsoper

The Hamburgische Staatsoper is one of the leading opera houses in Europe. Outstanding opera performances and enchanting ballets are on the varied program, which spans almost 400 years of music history. Since art-loving citizens founded Germany’s first public opera house at Gänsemarkt in 1678, the Hamburgische Staatsoper has had a decisive influence on Hamburg’s cultural
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Automuseum PROTOTYP

Automuseum PROTOTYP imbeds fascination and motor sports in an innovative exhibition concept. “People. Power. Car” is the motto of the the PROTOTYP Automuseum in Hamburg’s HafenCity. It paints a comprehensive picture of living car passion: ingenious designers and daring racing drivers are presented as well as technical details of powerful engines and approximately 45 beautifully
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Hamburg Dungeon

The Hamburg Dungeon breathes life into the dark sides of Hamburg history in an entertaining way: professional actors slip into historical roles and take visitors on a journey through over 600 years of city history in a total of 13 interactive shows. For the past 17 years, the Hamburg Dungeon has been providing a gruesome
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Miniatur Wunderland

The largest model railway in the world and one of the largest tourist attractions in Germany is located directly on the Elbe river in Hamburg’s Speicherstadt. More than 16 million visitors have already immersed themselves in this world of dreams, illusions and the inconceivable. The Miniatur Wunderland stretches from Scandinavia to the USA, from the
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Internationales Maritimes Museum

Experience more than 3000 years of maritime history in Hamburg’s oldest still preserved warehouse in the middle of the HafenCity district. The “Internationales Maritimes Museum” / International Maritime Museum Hamburg offers a unique discovery tour across nine theme decks. The museum contains the world’s largest private maritime collection by Prof. Peter Tamm. It is the
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Rickmer Rickmers

RICKMER RICKMERS Hamburg’s floating landmark. How did the sailor’s life on board a freighter on its way to Hong Kong or South America look like? The simple crew quarters and the surprisingly luxurious officers’ quarters as well as a detailed documentation inside the museum ship provide visitors with very descriptive information about this. The tall
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Cap San Diego

She is the world’s largest civilian museum ship. Her elegant silhouette is part of Hamburg’s harbor panorama, as are the Speicherstadt and the Michel. Tourists love it, its own crew, 45 retired volunteers, keeps it in good shape with a lot of commitment and at least once a year it says: “Cast off and the
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Tierpark Hagenbeck

Hamburgs wildes Herz schlägt im Tierpark Hagenbeck. Weltberühmte Panoramen, großzügige Freigehege, beeindruckende asiatische Bauwerke und mehr als 1.850 exotische Tiere machen den Reiz des traditionsreichen Tierparks aus. Er bietet auf 19 Hektar: eine der größten Elefantenherden Europas, ein modernes Orang-Utan-Haus, Elefanten- und Giraffenfüttern, sommerliches Ponyreiten, Märchenbahn, Streichelgehege und natürlich das Eismeer.     Genau das
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Chocoversum

The chocolate side of Hamburg – A delightful world of sweetness spanning 1,200 sqm Chocolate makes you happy! And the Germans know it, consuming on average over 120 blocks a year. Most of the cocoa beans enter the country through Hamburg’s port, and those with a sweet tooth can witness these bitter beans being transformed
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Speicherstadtmuseum

Discover Hamburg’s World Cultural Heritage! Grippers, bales of rubber, coffee-sacks, sampling implements, pure cocoa and spices: The Speicherstadtmuseum is located on an authentic floor of a redbrick warehouse that is over 120 years old (from 1888) and exhibits where typical goods and tools collected from traditional warehouse companies and business premises of the warehouse district
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