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Grippers, bales of rubber, coffee-sacks, sampling implements: The Speicherstadtmuseum is located on the ground floor of a red-brick warehouse that is over a 120 years old (in the authentic surroundings of the dockland warehouse district in the...more
So this is a fairly small museum, but it was not Expensive to enter, and there was a interesting selection of working men's tools from the warehoused district of Hamburg
A lot of it was coffee based and they have a café and run tasting...More
Very disappointing visit . Very small museum, far way from our expectations from a museum about this area in Hamburg . Very few of the explanations in German ate translated in English . Not worth the visit
Stumbled upon this interesting museum which honours the history of this warehouse dock area. There is limited English translation but it's worth looking at the video and the displays. There is also a small coffee shop with tasty filter coffee. . Allow approx one hour...More
Before entering the museum the staff told me that there is information in English. Yes there is, but only limited. For every 3~4 paragraphs in German there is one summarizing paragraph in English, and the specific items only had captions in German, so I was...More
I would not call it a museum but it provides intersting facts about the warehose quarter and the history. No information in english available, which is not right for a museum at this place in an international city. 4€ entrance is possibly a bit a...More
If visiting Speicherstadt and the the Miniature world make sure you stop at this small museum to learn about the history of the area. The fee is low and the exhibits are great. This museum gives you the opportunity to learn about the unique area...More
The Speicherstadt is the world's largest contiguous warehouse complex. Built in 1883, the district received historic monument protection in 1991. The museum is located in the Hamburg free port area between Deichtorhallen and Baumwall. This is a very small open floor plan museum. Because of...More
How do they get away with calling this a museum? Seriously. One dusty old room with an open floor plan and a few antiques. A few paragraphs written only in German. Yup, that's it.
No maps, videos or interactive displays. No drawings of spices plants....More