Hamburg: Ticket to the Panoptikum Waxworks
- Valid: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
Explore Hamburg's St. Pauli neighborhood and experience the famous Reeperbahn street and entertainment district. Listen to adult tales of sex and crime as you visit numerous pubs, theaters, and sex shops. Walk past the famous boxing and erotic bar “Zur Ritze” where Mike Tyson and the Klitschko brothers trained. You’ll also pass by the most famous side street of the Reeperbahn: the Große Freiheit. Listen to stories about the nightlife scene in the city and the famous strip clubs including the "Dollhouse" play. Learn about life in this special Kiez and its rules. Your guide will tell you both dark and funny anecdotes as you walk around, providing you with additional context and background information that you wouldn’t otherwise know. To make the tour even more special, take the opportunity to enjoy a drink with your group and guide.
Enjoy a guided tour of Hamburg's new landmark, the Elbphilharmonie. Learn from your guide about this impressive building. Begin with a tour around the building before riding the world's longest escalator. Then admire great views of Hamburg and the harbor from the Plaza, with interesting commentary from your tour guide. Also included in this tour is an approximately 1-hour harbor boat tour. Travel close to the enormous containerships and admire the Elbphilharmonie from the water. Photograph the building from this unique perspective. If the water level is sufficient, you will also travel through the canals of the Speicherstadt – the Hamburg Warehouse District. The jetty is close to the Elbphilharmonie. Depending on your booked time, you can either visit the Elbphilharmonie first and then take the harbor tour at 11:00, or go on the harbor tour first and then visit the Elbphilharmonie.
Tolle Reiseleiter und gute Übersicht über den Hafen und über die Architektur / Ingenieurskunst / Organisation der Elbphilharmonie (leider nur) von aussen,
Get a taste for Hamburg’s local tipples on a craft beer walking tour around the city. Gain entry to a few local breweries for a tasting session of some of the city’s latest craft beers on offer. Head straight for the breweries in central Hamburg with your expert guide, who can share not only some information about the local beers, but also the wider history of beer in general. Learn about how Hamburg was once a big player in the brewery scene, once boasting over 500 breweries in one of the most beer-loving countries in the world. See and taste how the new generation of brewers have been changing the German brewing game since 2013.
Come on a tour through the history of beer production in Hamburg, led by an expert guide. Visit some of the city’s best microbreweries to discover the work of a new generation of brewers, and taste their delicious creations. Stop at 3 typical breweries around the port of Hamburg on this 2.5-hour tour. Wander through St. Pauli to taste the specialties from the tap rooms of each location, then enjoy a free sample of your favorite beer. Listen to interesting facts about beer, and learn why Hamburg was once the world capital of brewing. Enjoy a fun tour to explore the craft beer heritage of Hamburg.
Explore Hamburg through the history of its beers and brewing traditions on a 3.5-hour tasting tour. Then, go in search of the city’s best beers. The range of beers you will taste is constantly changed according to the seasons and special events. No 2 tours are alike, so even if you’ve done it before, you will get a new perspective on beer. Anything but a pub crawl, the tour covers the traditional beers of Hamburg´s local scene, along with locally crafted beers by micro-breweries that have launched in the last few years. Enjoy quality beers with a twist of individualism, along with beers that have been around since the Middle Ages! Learn 1,000 years of Hamburg´s brewing history. Hear why it got the nickname, “The Brewing House of the Hanseatic League." Discover where the brew came from, and what made it so special to other beers in the region. Try medieval beers, and hear stories of...
Great experience with a great tour guide who really made the experience wonderful
Embark on a self-guided culinary tour of Hamburg. Explore the city's food scene at your own pace and visit five fascinating locations. Benefit from vouchers for each of the food and beverage vendors visited and complete a fun quiz for a chance to win a prize. Begin your culinary adventure at Kölln Haferland, a 200-year-old family-run business specializing in oat cereal. Here you'll receive everything you need for your tour, including a map, a recipe that you can shop for along the way, your vouchers, and the list of questions for the quiz. Explore the store and deli at Kölln Haferland and keep your eyes open for clues to the questions. Next, head to one of the most exciting culinary projects in Hamburg, Hobenköök. This innovative store combines a restaurant with an indoor market that sells primarily regional products. See the goods on offer, admire the chic industrial setting and maybe...
Explore the new landmark of Hamburg, the Elbphilharmonie, during a one-hour tour starting at the metro station Baumwall (U-Bahn Station). From here you can already enjoy views of the "Elphi" concert house, known internationally for its special architecture. Gaze from the plaza over the port of Hamburg and the city itself, and enjoy the breathtaking atmosphere. Listen as your guide shares interesting information about this magnificent concert hall. At the end of the tour another highlight is waiting for you: enjoy a Störtebeker beer to end the tour in a special way. You are more than welcome to stay here for the rest of the day.
Set off on a typical tour of Hamburg and learn more about life in St. Pauli. This tour includes all the usual clichés of the red light district. Experience the famous Dollhouse and discover the legendary boxing cellar “Zur Ritze.” Enjoy an exclusive tour of the red light district and look behind the scenes of the famous neighborhood. Learn more about organized crime and the dark side of the demi-monde but see the fun and exciting side of St. Pauli as well. See where the Klitschko brothers, Muhammad Ali, and Mike Tyson have swung their fists and hear tales of adventure.
Explore the most sinful street in the world! Discover the unique character of the Reeperbahn, located in the neighborhood of St. Pauli. Hear a multitude of myths and legends of this colorful and notorious district and learn all about the streetwalkers, boxing legends, and gang warfare. Find out whether the Nutella-Bande actually has anything to do with chocolate and how much the prostitutes really earn. Visit the legendary cult bar “Zur Ritze,” where many boxing legends have swung their fists, and learn more about the life, work, and personal fortunes in the neighborhood.
Hamburg was once a huge brewery stronghold. With over 500 breweries, it was the main brewing center of the Hanseatic League, a large confederation of European merchant guilds and market towns. Beer was brewed and exported in large quantities. Wheat beer is actually a 14th-century invention from Hamburg. Today, Hamburg's Schanze area, a former meatpacking district, is a lively craft beer destination and is full of cellar pubs and trendy bars. Since around 2013, the craft beer movement in Hamburg has breathed new life into one of mankind's old drinks. Along with the old and traditional styles, there are also innovative and newly interpreted beers for you to try. To start with, the tour visits the Ratsherrn Brewery followed by two craft beer bars. You'll get the opportunity to taste some interesting new beers and order based on which variety you like the best. Visit a bar with more than ...
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I didn't like the fact that when I bought the admission ticket it was pointed out that there is also a Corona TEST POSSIBILITY directly at the Wunderwelten.
Very well made. Lots of funny little surprise details. Worth a visit for all ages. Small kids, teenagers and adults.
Fast admission despite the unannounced Corona test. Nice staff and really worth seeing exhibition.
Tickets exactly according to plan, everything worked out great
A nice and interesting place to learn about ships.