Museums

Museums

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At the beginning of the art mile at the main station is the Hamburger Kunsthalle, which was built in 1869 and is one of the world's great collections of paintings. The permanent exhibition with over 700 works from eight centuries is one of the most diversified collections and the home address of most of Caspar David Friedrich's works. In addition, the Kunsthalle offers changing, extremely high-calibre special exhibitions, and in its copperplate engraving cabinet 130,000 drawings can be seen.

The Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe displays 500,000 exhibits of European and East Asian craftsmanship and the Musical Instrument Hall is particularly recommended.

The Museum of Hamburg History is one of the largest museums of urban history in Europe and portrays the city's truly exciting past.

The Ballinstadt Emigration Museum in the emigration halls on the island of Veddel, built by the then Hapag boss Albert Ballin, is well worth seeing, but also moving, especially if you then also embark from there for a crossing - but only as far as the Landungsbrücken.

With 350,000 exhibited objects from all continents, the Museum am Rothenbaum, built in 1849, is one of the largest ethnological museums in Europe and "promotes appreciation of and knowledge about cultures and arts of the world", as it so aptly says of itself.

The Prototype Museum displays a small but fine car collection of unique racing and sports cars and rare models.

"Hamburger Kunsthalle, which was built in 1869, is one of the world's great collections of paintings."
Dirk Bossmann, Concierge
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