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Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte

Free Entrance to the "Museum Hamburgische Geschichte" save 8€ with the Hamburg City Pass

Entrance to the Museum of Hamburg History Exhibition in the Museum of Hamburg History Model railway in the Museum of Hamburg History Room with picture of Che Guevara on the wall in the Museum of Hamburg History Three statues in front of a side stairs of the Museum of Hamburg History Two women in front of Miniatur Wunderland of Hamburg in the Museum of Hamburg History

Opening hours Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte

Tuesday to Saturday: 10AM–5PM
Sunday and public holidays: 10AM–6PM 

Admission fee Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte

Adults: 9.50 €
Teen (15-17 years): 0.00 €
Child (3-14 years): 0.00 €

Address Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte

Address:
Holstenwall 24
20355 Hamburg
+49 (0)40 428132100 

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Direction Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte

Direction:
U3 to St. Pauli
Bus 112 to Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte

Special conditions of use

Closed: 31 Dec.

Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte (Museum of Hamburg’s History)

The Museum of Hamburg's History, a museum to illustrate the history of Hamburg, was founded in 1908 and constructed from 1914 to 1922. Today, the museum offers visitors a variety of permanent exhibitions such as a tour that presents the history of Hamburg from the 9th century to today. Visitors can also learn about events that happened during the formative years in the 20th century, as well as the lives of Jewish people who lived in Hamburg. Furthermore, you can also learn about the cultural history of Hamburg and admire a 1,200 m long train model (which is also the most comprehensive and longest train in all of Europe!)

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