The Hamburg Museum gives a detailed description of the city of
Hamburg from the 8th through to the 20th centuries. Scale models
have been used to illustrate the changing shape of the city's
famous harbour. Exhibits also include reconstructions of various
typical rooms, such as the hall of a 17th-century merchant's home
to an air raid shelter from World War II.
Address: Holstenwall 24 Website: www.hamburgmuseum.de Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: (0)40 428 132 2 Transportation: U3 to St Pauli; or bus 112 to 'hamburgmuseum'
stop Opening Time: Tuesday to Saturday 10am-5pm, Sundays
10am-6pm. Admission: EUR8 (adults); concessions available
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