Things to do in Hamburg

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Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

Elbphilharmonie Hamburg is one of the biggest and most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world. It is located on the Kleiner Grasbrook peninsula of the Elbe River in the HafenCity quarter of Hamburg, Germany. Baumwall metro station on Hamburg's metro line 3 is close by, and the nearest bus stop is Am Kaiserkai.

4.4 (592 reviews)
Hamburg Boat Tours

See the sights of Hamburg on a boat tour

4.5 (86 reviews)
Hamburg City Tours

Enjoy the best of Hamburg with a city tour

4.6 (224 reviews)
Hamburger Kunsthalle

Hamburger Kunsthalle is a huge art museum in Hamburg specializing in European paintings from Germany and beyond. The historic building has been newly renovated and holds Germany's most important public art collections, including a vast collection of contemporary art. Famous paintings you'll find at Hamburger Kunsthalle include The Wanderer Above the Mists by Casper David Friedrich and other works by Albrecht Dürer, and Edouard Manet.

4.1 (686 reviews)
Hamburg Dungeon

Hamburg Dungeon is a tourist attraction that teaches visitors about the gruesome side of Hamburg's past using character-actors in rooms that reflect the era. It is located in the Speicherstadt district of the city.

4.6 (98 reviews)
Hamburg City Cards

Save more and see more with your Hamburg City Card

4.5 (31 reviews)
Hamburg Bike Tours

Join a bike tour of Hamburg and enjoy an interactive sightseeing experience

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Museum Ship RICKMER RICKMERS is a fully rigged 19th-century sailing ship that is now open to the public for exploration. Wander round this heritage art museum, one of the top attractions in Hamburg.

4.7 (130 reviews)
Emigration Museum Hamburg

The Emigration Museum Hamburg (BallinStadt) is a former halfway house/temporary shelter in the Port of Hamburg, where millions of European emigrants stayed before making their journey to the Americas. The buildings were destroyed by the Nazis in 1934, but were later rebuilt true to their original form in the early 2000s. Today it serves as a permanent museum exhibition memorializing the millions who passed through on the way to the New World.

4.4 (36 reviews)
Hamburg Walking Tours

Discover Hamburg's hidden gems with an unforgettable walking tour

4.6 (70 reviews)

Hand-picked combinations in Hamburg

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