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Hamburg City Pass > All Attractions > “The Michel” and St. Michaelis Tower

“The Michel” and St. Michaelis Tower

Gaze the emblem of Hamburg and save entry fees of € 5 with the Hamburg City Pass

Aussicht vom Turm St. Michaelis über Elbe mit Landungsbrücken Aussicht vom Turm St. Michaelis über Stadt mit Fernsehturm Aussenansicht vom Turm St. Michaelis am Hafen Aussenansicht vom Turm St. Michaelis mit Park zum Verweilen Innenansicht vom Turm St. Michaelis mit Park mit Kunstwerken

The St. Michaelis Church (simply called “The Michel” by the locals) is one of the most beautiful baroque-style churches in northern Germany and is also one of five main churches in Hamburg. This church has a 132-meter-tall tower, which has an observation deck that offers breathtaking views of Hamburg from 106 meters off the ground. The tower is also home to an 8-meter big clock, making it the largest turret clock of Germany. 

Opening hours St Michel Hamburg - Capital Church of the City of Hamburg

November to April
Monday to Sunday: 10AM–6PM

May to October
Monday to Sunday: 9AM–8PM

Admission fee St Michel Hamburg - Capital Church of the City of Hamburg

Adult: 5.00 €
Teen (15 - 17 years): 3.50 €
Child (3 - 14 years): 3.50 €

Address St Michel Hamburg - Capital Church of the City of Hamburg

Address:
Englische Planke 1
20459 Hamburg
+49 (0)40 376780 

Our tip: During your visit, take advantage of the free MichelApp with Audioguide and interesting background information!

Direction St Michel Hamburg - Capital Church of the City of Hamburg

Direction:
U3 to Baumwall
S1, S2, S3 to Stadthausbrücken
Bus 37, 112 to St. Michaeliskirche 

Information “The Michel” and St. Michaelis Tower

The St. Michaelis Church (simply called “The Michel” by the locals) is one of the most beautiful baroque-style churches in northern Germany and is also one of five main churches in Hamburg. This church has a 132-meter-tall tower, which has an observation deck that offers breathtaking views of Hamburg from 106 meters off the ground. The tower is also home to an 8-meter big clock, making it the largest turret clock of Germany.