German Customs Museum
Customs history from antiquity to the present is gathered in the old customs office “Kornhausbrücke”: Documents, smuggling hiding places, uniforms and relics from the offices of days gone by. Even a disused customs cruiser is on display. Around 2,000 exhibits ranging from A for agricultural duties to Z for customs seals convey living customs history of the present on 800 square metres.
Alter Wandrahm 16 . 20457 Hamburg
Tel. 040-3008 76-11 Fax 040-3008 76-20
Admission and guided tours 2 euros, free for children and young people up to 17 years of age.
The German Customs Museum is barrier-free.
Tuesday to Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
DIALOGHAUS HAMBURG gGmbH
Meaningful darkness: blind and visually impaired people open their eyes to visitors and show them a world that is not poorer, but merely different. In this exhibition on the discovery of the invisible, there is nothing to see but much to discover. For those accustomed to the light, it is a fascinating and irritating journey that appeals to the senses and touches the soul.
Alter Wandrahm 3. 20457 Hamburg
Bookingline: 0700 44332000 (max 12 Ct./Min.)
Admission: children 6 euros, adults 14 euros, concessions 9 euros, families 38 euros
As the exhibition can only be visited on a guided tour, reservations by telephone are required! The guided tours last 60 or 90 minutes.
Tuesday to Friday 9.00 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays 11.00-19.00 hrs
The future on a scale of 1:500 – the HafenCity InfoCenter in the former boiler house shows everything worth knowing about the most important urban development project in Hamburg and will continuously accompany the planning process. The centrepiece is an 8 x 4 metre model of the planned area.
Am Sandtorkai 30. 20457 Hamburg
Tuesday to Sunday 10.00-18.00 hrs
Closed on Monday
From May to September extended opening hours: Thursday 10am-8pm
History, suspense, fun: the Hamburg Dungeon takes its visitors into the gruesome realms of Hamburg’s past, as the name Dungeon suggests. The 2,200 square metres of the creepy dungeon are designed down to the last detail and packed with terrifying effects and technical refinements.
Kehrwieder 2. 20457 Hamburg
Tel. 040-36005500 . WK: 040-30051512.
Admission prices: from 15.95 euros (children) to 19.95 euros (adults).
Not suitable for small children. Children under 14 are only admitted when accompanied by an adult.
Monday to Sunday 11.00 – 18.00 (last admission).
In July and August 10.00 a.m. – 7.00 p.m.
H0 as the scale of all things: this layout of miniaturised superlatives is one of the largest model railways in the world. Nevertheless, it is not only rail traffic that can be marvelled at here, but the very special everyday life between reality and fantasy. Im 15-Minuten-Takt wird ein Tagesablauf simuliert und die blaue Stunde legt sich über das wunderbare Miniaturland.
Kehrwieder 2. Block D. 20457 Hamburg
Tickethotline (TZH): 040–30051505
Eintritt: 6 bis 12 Euro
Monday to Friday 9.30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Tuesday 9.30 – 21.00
Saturday 8.00 – 21.00
Sunday, public holidays 8.30 – 20.00 hrs