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I was not thrilled about this museum but so many people talk about it that I decided to give it a try. Well it was worth it. its in a beautiful location/building and its a very extensive and nice collection (historical and actual) of the...More
A vast museum covering 10 floors and is one of Hamburg's finest attractions. From tiny miniatures to giant replicas, this museum has it all. A good 3-4 hours will be required to leisurely stroll through and admire all the exhibits.
Apart from ships, the museum...More
Amazing building and a great maritime collection. Huge collection infact with many many models of boats...perhaps too many for us. But worth a visit. There are some interactive exhibits but not that many.
One of the most interesting museums in Hamburg,at least for me.Very big,it spreads on 9 floors.Interestingly arranged, so you have the impression that you are in the booth of a ship. They call the floors "decks".
Very interesting, it has a lot of sections: a...More
Had a day to kill so went around the warehouse region and ended up here.
Totally worth it. The building is incredible and there are 9 floors of amazing collections.
Displays (mostly) are in German and English
A vast collection of ship models and artefacts spread over 9 floors.in an old building in the heart of Hamburg. How one man could have collected so much over the years is amazing and it is well presented in this museum. Anyone with the slightest...More
I had a great time here. My only regret is that I visited on my last day in Hamburg so I had to leave before I saw everything.
The museum is big and is full of exhibits covering all aspects of maritime history.
To be honest, I went to this museum because it was a rainy day and I didn't want to walk too far from where I was staying. Ships are cool, yeah, but a whole eight floor museum? Really?
Well yes, really. While the first floor...More
I’m not particularly into maritime history, but this place blew me away. Seven floors of exhibits on everything from sailing ships to miniature ship models to marine exploration to marine ecology to modern shipping. This place has it all. I went in the afternoon and...More