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Hamburg: Exciting Scavenger Hunt for Children (in German)

1. Hamburg: Exciting Scavenger Hunt for Children (in German)

Discover the most famous sights of the Port of Hamburg in a fun way. The starting point for this unique Scavenger Hunt City Tour Hamburg will be at Kornhausbrücke in Speicherstadt (Warehouse City). Continue to Fleet Schlösschen Castle and the monument to the famous pirate Störtebeker. The Magellan Terraces at the traditional ship harbor will await you with a task, and also offer the perfect opportunity to take a break. The Scavenger Hunt City Tour Hamburg can be paused whenever you feel like it, depending on whether you would like to spend more time at a certain place, or take a longer look at a tourist attraction. Continue to Kehrwieder and the museum ships San Diego and Rickmer Rickmers. The exciting Scavenger Hunt City Tour will end at the famous jetties of the Port of Hamburg. The City Game Box contains 8 sealed and numbered envelopes. These contain puzzles that need to be solved. Guided by clear and unambiguous directions, make your way through the Port of Hamburg. Solve the puzzles and let the clues lead you to the next destination. Each solved puzzle will yield a number that will tell you which envelope to open next. You will not know in advance what order the scavenger hunt city envelopes need to be opened. The envelopes will also contain detailed background information of each attraction, its history, its current use and much more. Decide for yourself when to start your Scavenger Hunt City Tour through Hamburg, and how much time to spend at each location. Take a break from your City Game whenever you feel like it, or even continue your scavenger hunt on a different day – it’s completely up to you. You do not need to book your Scavenger Hunt City Tour for a certain date. Order the City Game Box and enjoy this special sightseeing tour whenever you want.

Hamburg: Entrance to the Museum Ship Cap San Diego

2. 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: RICKMER RICKMERS Museum Entry Ticket

3. 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.

St. Michael’s, Elbe Tunnel & Harbor 2-Hour Hamburg Tour

4. St. Michael’s, Elbe Tunnel & Harbor 2-Hour Hamburg Tour

On this interesting tour you get to see 3 of the most fascinating sights in Hamburg: St. Michael’s Church, the Old Elbe Tunnel, and the harbor. St. Michael’s Church is lovingly called “Michel” by the Hamburg residents and is the youngest of the 5 main churches in the city. Admire the 5 organs, the largest clock tower in Germany, and the impressive bell tower. Enjoy the breathtaking views from the observation deck, which you can access by walking or by lift. Check out the widow homes from the 17th century behind the church in the Krayenkamp, the last remaining examples of typical courtyards buildings around courtyards in Hamburg. You then walk through the Portuguese quarter in the direction of the landing stages. Here you can see the two ships by the shore: Rickmer Rickmers and Cap San Diego. While the hustle and bustle of the landing stages invites you to linger for a while, you continue on to the Old Elbe Tunnel. Climb up the stairs in the over 100-year old construction or take the elevator. Depending on the time remaining, you’ll go under the River Elbe to Steinwerder, where you can enjoy the wonderful panoramic view over the city of Hamburg.

Hamburg: Waterfront Exploration Game Walking Tour with App

5. Hamburg: Waterfront Exploration Game Walking Tour with App

Explore Hamburg's iconic waterfront on an engaging exploration game via an app on your smartphone. Solve puzzles to unlock clues to your next location, passing by and learning about famous sights along the way. Follow the live tracking GPS map on your app with ease. Start the game at Landungsbrücken, the famous waterfront district overlooking the Elbe River, and head off on your exploration adventure. Pass by iconic locations, including the Museumsschiff on the water, the Alter Elbtunnel beneath the river, and more, until you finish at the modern, residential district of Strandkai. Solve challenges, watch the story unfold on your app, and follow the exact directions on your phone to guide you to the next location. Best of all, explore at your own pace, pausing the game to stop for a coffee or a meal and resuming anytime from the location where you paused it.

Hamburg: Self-Guided Historical Walking Tour

6. Hamburg: Self-Guided Historical Walking Tour

Maximize your time in the fascinating city of Hamburg with an informative self-guided walking tour of the sights that contribute to its nickname as the 'Gateway to the World'. Admire the incredible architecture of the Elbphilharmonie, and marvel at the craftsmanship of a replica of Hamburg and other cities in the Miniatur Wunderland. See important historical landmarks such as Rickmer Rickmers and Mahnmal Sankt Nikolai, and take a leisurely stroll through the beautiful greenery of Planten un Blomen. Savor the spectacle of the St. Pauli Elbetunnel, an amazing feat of engineering, and say hello to the Beatles as you meet statues of the band, who played regularly in Hamburg, in Beatles-Plat. Feel the adrenalin as you scare yourself senseless in Hamburg Dungeon, during a 90-minute show displaying 600 years of history.

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What people are saying about Rickmer Rickmers

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 304 reviews

The search for the next place was quite demanding (for children), as you can quickly lose track of a strange city. But the accompanying adults could help. Since the tour went through the area of the peppercorns, it would have been nice if one or the other film location (the bridge, for example) had also been included. The price is aimed at EVERYONE involved, although it was only interesting for children / adolescents. The total price for 2 adults and 1 young person is a little too high.

Well thought out, beautiful route through the Hafencity, Elphi to the Landungsbrücken. For the children (ages 8, 10) easily solvable questions and always with an interestingly described contribution on the cards. The corresponding photos on the cards for the stations are very useful and helpful. Another advantage is that everything can be done at your own pace with stops in between at Eis & Co.

Visiting Cap San Diego on your own (with audio guide) is a great opportunity :-) It is highly recommended and was a great tour between Elphi and Landungsbrücken .... Thank you very much !!!

Interesting ship and cool history. The interactive parts where really cute.

Ordered tickets online, super friendly on site, well worth seeing