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This museum is perfect to visit on a colder day in Hamburg. You get a discount if you have a Hamburg Card. The museum is a bit old style, meaning it's a lot of normal displays without much interaction. If you like model building however,...More
Date of experience: March 2019
DamianMoranDauchez, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at International Maritime Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago
Thank you for visiting and the review! We have been working for a long time in the matter of the English translations. I've been informed that the texts are almost complete now. Our aim is to be a copletely bilingual museum before this summer.
Wow! What a great place, even if you don’t like ships that much.
The museum runs over 9 floors and is a must when visiting Hamburg (or even when you live here like I do).
It covers maritime history from its beginnings to the present...More
So many maritime museums focus heavily on millitary sailing and hardly at all on anything else. While this museum has an entire floor dedicated to millitary uniforms and whatnot, it also has floors and floors of exhibits about everything ship and navigation related.
This is one of the best musea I've ever been in, the collection is huge, but very diverse so it keeps you entertained. General information is available in English (this is quite a lot already), but not for specific items. Because of the 9 floors...More
International Maritime Museum is a museum located in the port zone in Hamburg, the main city in the North of Germany. It is a very big museum (in fact the museum has 5 floors), where you can learn a lot about the history of navigation...More
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.