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Hamburg: Hamburg Dungeon Admission Ticket

1. Hamburg: Hamburg Dungeon Admission Ticket

The Hamburg Dungeon brings the darkest period's of the city's history to life in an entertaining way. The state-of-the-art special effects and professional actors provide a very special kind of live entertainment. The live actors step into historical roles and take you on a journey through 600 years of Hamburg's murky past in interactive shows. The visitor attraction in the historical Speicherstadt district presents 11 thrilling live shows on a 90-minute tour and offers plenty of action on 2 fun rides. Visitors can embark on an unusual journey on the "Elevator of Doom". You can also discover the dark years of the Plague or try to save the pirate Klaus Störtebecker from execution. Among other unfriendly hosts, the torturer welcomes suspicious villagers inside his Chamber of Torment. Defend yourself before the mercy of the inquisition and face the revenge of a restless spirit - with a twinkle in the inquisitor's eyes and the opportunity for lots of fun. At the end of the journey, the lucky survivors will take a seat in Hamburg’s unique freefall tower to escape the depths of the dungeon – good luck…

Hamburg: Ticket to the Panoptikum Waxworks

2. Hamburg: Ticket to the Panoptikum Waxworks

Discover the fascination between waxworks and reality at the Panoptikum in Hamburg – the oldest waxworks in Germany. Experience the fascinating world of wax, merging reality with fantasy, across 700 square meters. Meet more than 120 personalities from history, art, and politics as well as celebrities and superstars – all lifelike and closely replicated as wax figures. Whether Michael Schumacher, Queen Elizabeth II, Vitali Klitschko, Karl Lagerfeld, or Helmut Schmidt – they're all waiting for you! You can also discover the giant woman Mariedl with a height of 2.27 meters as well as a man with 3 eyes and other extraordinary people. A scary corner and a medical-anatomical cabinet complete the exhibition.

Hamburg: Entrance to the Museum Ship Cap San Diego

3. Hamburg: Entrance to the Museum Ship Cap San Diego

Go on an imaginary journey to the 1960s and 70s, across the Atlantic Ocean to Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires and back again. Experience life as a lookout on the bridge or stand deep within the Machine Room to feel the steady pulse of the engines. Relax with the passengers in the saloon to the sound of light music while on a fun-filled voyage to South America. Cap San Diego is the largest civil museum ship in the world. It is the last surviving ship in a series of six fast general cargo ships, which were built in 1961/62 for the shipping company Hamburg South and drove to South America until the end of 1981. Hamburg's unique maritime monument has been a museum ship since 1988 and can be visited from bridge to hatch and from heart to head. During your self-guided tour, watch the documentary "A Suitcase Full of Hope - Emigration Port of Hamburg" about the fate of emigrants between 1850 and 1930. In hatch 2, find the permanent exhibition "General Cargo and Container Handling," which clearly documents the history of sea freight transport from 1960 to today with many historical images and explanatory texts.

Hamburg: International Maritime Museum Entrance Ticket

4. Hamburg: International Maritime Museum Entrance Ticket

Take a voyage of discovery across nine 'decks' at the impressive International Maritime Museum. Housed inside the oldest surviving warehouse in Hamburg, the museum gives you a comprehensive view of the sea and oceans, and how cultures have explored them throughout the millennia. Meet pirates, find out how captains mastered navigation, look at hundreds of nautical uniforms and connect with Hamburg's important nautical history. The exhibition includes more than 40,000 pieces, making it the world's largest private maritime collection. An absolute highlight of this museum is the floor dedicated to marine biology research. This portion of the exhibit was developed in collaboration with leading scientific institutions and is constantly updated. Research instruments, samples from the sea bed, films taken by diving robots, an actual wall of ice and fascinating underwater audio samples deliver a vivid impression of the seas.

Hamburg: Quatsch Comedy Club Live Show Entry Ticket

5. Hamburg: Quatsch Comedy Club Live Show Entry Ticket

Hamburg is the city where it all started in 1992 and where the foundation for stand-up comedy in Germany was laid. Wounderfully located at the Überseebrücke, between St. Pauli Landungsbrücke and the Elbphilharmonie, a visit to the Quatsch Comedy Club is a Must in Hamburg. At the “Quatsch Comedy Club – Die Live Show” you will meet a fun quartet of four different club comedians and a host. The constantly changing line-up presents the audience with new gags every week. The recipe for 30 years of success: the perfect mix. Our comedians are selected anew every week and guarantee that there is something for everyone and every kind of humor.

Hamburg: Olivias Wilde Jungs - Group Entry and Private Dance

6. Hamburg: Olivias Wilde Jungs - Group Entry and Private Dance

Have the time of your life at Olivias Wilde Jungs, a male strip club in Hamburg's Große Freiheit neighborhood. Celebrate special occasions as a group of up to 10 female friends with guaranteed admission to the strip club's lounge and a private dance. Watch go-go and strip show acts on the show podium. Show your voucher to gain admission to Europe's only men's strip club for women. Enjoy the security of guaranteed access even if it's busy. Head to a lounge reserved for your group, take a seat, and enjoy a private dance at your table. Admire the dancers' skills as they dance to the live DJ's music. With go-go dancers and strip shows twice an hour, you won't be able to tear your eyes away from the podium. After your reservation expires, you'll have to make room for the next booking but can continue partying in the club until closing time.

Hamburg: Hard Rock Cafe Skip-the-Line Meal

7. Hamburg: Hard Rock Cafe Skip-the-Line Meal

Follow in the footsteps of rock and roll legends at Hard Rock Cafe Hamburg and enjoy a classic American meal surrounded by music memorabilia. Hamburg is the city where the Beatles played their first gigs and got into a lot of teenage hijinks, and rock and roll history is still alive and kicking at the Hard Rock Cafe. Located near the banks of the Elbe river in the Landungsbrücken, one of the city’s most historic buildings, the 900-square-meter cafe boasts seating for 365 over 3 levels, a vibrant bar, a rooftop terrace with outdoor seating, live music area, vip lounge, and rock shop selling the Hard Rock Cafe’s limited-edition merchandise. Head to the port and stop in for a delicious meal. Close to many of the city’s most famous landmarks, including the old Elbe Tunnel, the Old Warehouse District, and the Harbor City, Hard Rock Cafe Hamburg is a must-see destination for visitors and locals alike. Treat yourself to an authentic american atmosphere and dine on classic selections from the following menu: funk menü choice of main big cheese burger with fries veggie burger with fries pulled pork sandwich chicken caesar salad dessert vanilla ice cream choice of beverage coffee, tea or soft drink rock menü choice of main orignal legendary burger with fries big cheese burger with fries moving mountains veggie burger with fries twisted mac, chicken & cheese with garlic bread pulled pork sandwich with fries chicken caesar salad dessert hot fudge sundae choice of beverage coffee, tea or soft drink

Hamburg: RICKMER RICKMERS Museum Entry Ticket

8. Hamburg: RICKMER RICKMERS Museum Entry Ticket

Welcome aboard. Hamburg's museum ship brings back the glory days of the windjammer. The ship is one of the last great sailing ships, which was built by a German shipyard and exclusively used as a merchant ship. Today, the proud three-master is located in the heart of the Hamburg port, acting as an interactive museum that attracts visitors from all around the world. Use your entrance ticket to start exploring the RICKMER RICKMERS, with full access to all areas. The museum allows its visitors a glimpse into the life of a sailor. The boat is divided into three sections. The first is the museum area, which highlights the history of the ship, and is where all aspects of onboard life have been meticulously restored. In the exhibition area, you'll find a mix of restored nautical objects and changing temporary art exhibitions and photography displays. The onboard restaurant is a great place to sit down and enjoy authentic Hamburg dishes as well as typical nautical food.

Hamburg: Bungee Jumping 50 Meters High over the Harbor

9. Hamburg: Bungee Jumping 50 Meters High over the Harbor

Get your adrenaline pumping while bungee jumping in Hamburg directly at the harbor museum on the Veddel. Experience exceptional views over the port and reach heights of 50 meters which will separate you from true Nordic nature. First of all, the 163 steps of the original harbor crane alone will get your pulse rate up to 180. At the top, you can enjoy the magnificent view of the ships, quays, harbor facilities, and the Elbphilharmonie concert hall. After registering for your jump, you'll be given your equipment, a bungee harness, and ankle cuffs to which the rope is attached. Now the thrill begins as you enter the gondola. The gondola rises 50 meters into the air. If you want to know what happens next, you'll have to come and see for yourself or try it out right away.

Hamburg: Emigration Museum BallinStadt Entry Ticket

10. Hamburg: Emigration Museum BallinStadt Entry Ticket

Find out why Hamburg is commonly known as the ‘gateway to the world’’ with a visit to the BallinStadt museum. Learn the important role that the city has played in the emigration of millions of Europeans since the 16th century. Discover the 2 exhibition halls of the interactive museum: Port of Dreams: an interactive exhibition that tells the story of people longing to leave Europe and the story of the person that made it possible, Albert Ballin – the namesake of the museum. Learn how they arrived and lived in Hamburg whilst waiting to be shipped off to the new world. Understand what the daily life inside an emigration camp looked like and the challenges of starting a new life in a far-flung place. World in Transit: a multi-visual exhibition that highlights emigration and immigration over the last 5 centuries. In 14 themed rooms gain insight into various countries that feel far away and yet are so familiar. Learn about the pull and push factors associated with starting over and gain insights into the occasionally personal reasons for emigration. Stop by the third specialty exhibition, whose subject changes every few months. Use the research station to follow your own family history with the world’s largest genealogical database.

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4.6 / 5

based on 31,980 reviews

My girlfriend and I were impressed. Especially if you're easily jumpy anyway, like my girlfriend for example, then this is definitely a trip you should do. You definitely get a lot for the price! There is a lot of work behind it and you can tell. Here and there there would certainly still be a little potential for improvement, but all in all it's worth it!

Beautifully presented maritime artifacts and information in extensive and comprehensively themed exhibits. Plan on two to three hours to receive an overview... four to six hours if you intend a fuller immersion. Highly recommended.

I've done a lot of dungeon and Ghost tours and this one has been the best so far. Great acting and effects make some moments truly frightening. Highly recommended.

I booked a ticket to heide park with a nice discount and didn't queue at the tills. I would say excellent

the whole exp is great and my daughter was able to follow eventhough she is not fluent in German