Visit the most interesting museums in Hamburg with a flexible ticket, at no extra cost. Explore the Speicherstadt Museum, the museum ship, the Hamburg Museum, the Museum of Ethnology, and others. Save both time and money with this combo ticket!
What to Expect
Explore Hamburg’s best museums over 1 or 2 days! Save money and time, and immerse yourself in the city's history.
Delve into the city's rich history at the Hamburg Museum, from its beginnings, around the year 800, to today. Learn all about the empire and city state and see one of the oldest and largest model railways in Europe.
The Museum of Ethnology displays treasures from all cultures of the world. Learn more about Native Americans and Incas and admire the prince’s house from Bali. Immerse yourself in Egyptian culture and see the fascinating masks of the South Seas.
The Speicherstadt Museum is all about one of the most famous neighborhoods in Hamburg: the Speicherstadt (warehouse district).Gain insight into its history as well as the coffee and tea trade. Discover which specific occupations are carried out here, such as the quartermasters and lightermen.
The Altonaer Museum has established itself as one of Germany’s largest regional museums, with art and cultural history from the Elbe region as well as the coastal areas of the North Sea and Baltic Sea. Experience the Hamburg merchant tradition up close and discover interesting facts about shipping and ship building.
Go to the Rickmer Rickmers and see its development from a freighter to a museum ship. Hear stories about the harsh life as an officer or crew member at sea. You can also send a postcard from the ship’s post office.
Jenisch House displays Hamburg and North German art and culture, from Baroque to Biedermeier, in its stylish halls. Admire the fortepiano in the music room and enjoy the view of the park.
The Museum of Work covers the history of industry and technology and offers an insight into the social development after industrialization. There is much to discover, from printing press to trading houses, and metal workshops.
The St. Nikolai Memorial has become the central place of remembrance of the victims of war and oppression between 1933 and 1945. A large part of the former main church was destroyed by a bomb attack in 1943. Only the tower and outer walls remain standing and are now thematically organized rooms. Ride in the panoramic lift to the observation deck and enjoy the view.
- Admission to the Hamburg Museum
- Admission to the Museum of Ethnology
- Admission to the Speicherstadt Museum
- Admission to the Altonaer Museum
- Admission to the Rickmer Rickmers
- Admission to Jenisch House
- Admission to the Museum of Work
- Admission to the St. Nikolai Memorial
- Hamburg travel German guidebook with background information, useful information such as opening times and directions to 45 attractions in Hamburg, a city map, and a plan of the public transport network
At one of the museums where the ticket is valid. You can use the museum ticket in any order.
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Know Before You Go
• Please specify the first day you wish to use the museum ticket when making your reservation
• The ticket is not valid for the “Long Night of Museums”
• Please note: Only the Turbopass museum ticket entitles admission and is accepted at the ticket office. The ticket will be sent to the email address you provide to GetYourGuide. The GetYourGuide voucher only provides information and is not valid as a ticket
• Valid for 2 consecutive days
• You can cancel the Pass up to 1 day before the start of its validity to receive a refund, minus EUR 20 per City Pass as surcharge
• You will receive the Turbopass and the guidebook by email