Undertake an exploration journey through the nine “decks” of the impressive International Maritime Museum. On your way, you will find pirates, you will see how the captains were made with the secrets of navigation, you can put yourself at the helm of a ship using a simulator and you will get in touch with the fantastic nautical past of Hamburg.
Ten years ago, the oldest storage ship in the port of Hamburg was converted into a museum to house the largest private maritime collection in the world. Thus, today you can moor at the International Maritime Museum to immerse yourself in the rich nautical past of the port of Hamburg. Learn interesting details about navigation and maritime communication, study nautical advances from ancient times to the twentieth century and, if you have guts, meet some pirates.
Watch a movie at intervals showing the construction of a gigantic ship. Admire model ships and lighthouses, and nautical flags. Try a pilot simulator to find out what it feels like at the helm of a ship and don’t miss the reproduction of the Queen Mary II, made with almost a million LEGO pieces.
Go directly to the reception desk to scan the ticket on your smartphone.
Children up to 6 years free of charge, from 7 to 16 pay a reduced rate, then pay the adult rate.
If for any reason you want to cancel do not worry, contact us at least 24 hours before the day of your visit.