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Museum of Labour - History of Industry, Technology, and Sociality of the City of Hamburg

Explore the historical museum and save € 7,50 entry fees by buying the Hamburg City Pass

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Opening hours Museum of Labour - History of Industry, Technology, and Sociality of the City of Hamburg

Monday: 10.00 am – 9.00 pm
Wednesday – Friday: 10.00 am – 5.00 pm
Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: 10.00 am – 6.00 pm

Admission fee Museum of Labour - History of Industry, Technology, and Sociality of the City of Hamburg

Adult: 7.50 €
Teen (15-17 years): 0.00 €
Child (3-14 years): 0.00 €

Address Museum of Labour - History of Industry, Technology, and Sociality of the City of Hamburg

Address:
Wiesendamm 3
22305 Hamburg
+49 (0)40 4281330 

Direction Museum of Labour - History of Industry, Technology, and Sociality of the City of Hamburg

Direction:
U3 to Barmbek
S1, S11 to Barmbek
Bus 7, 23 to Barmbek 

Special conditions of use

Closed: Tuesday, 1 January, 24, 25 and 31 December

Information Museum of Labor

The Museum of Labor offers a wide overview of the history of industry, technology, and the overall society of Hamburg. In 8 different permanent exhibitions, visitors will learn more about (amongst many other things) the old factories in Hamburg and their products.
Objects and documentations illustrate stories of hope and fear of the people who worked there. With the aid of cacao and rubber trades as examples, the work of businesses and industries (and their businesses overseas) are presented logically and are easy to follow. In the courtyard of the museum, one can find various tools/machines that were used in these trades, such as a huge driller that was used to make way for the Elbe Tunnel. This venue is a popular place for children!