All free museums and attractions to visit in Hamburg

If you are on a budget Hamburg (Germany) still has a lot to offer for you culturally, including free museums, free activities and free attractions. 6 museums and attractions in Hamburg can be visited without charge.

Are you looking for free things to do in Hamburg? These are the best places to visit:

  1. Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial1

    Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

    The Neuengamme concentration camp was a network of concentration camps in the North of Germany that consisted of the main camp, Neuengamme, and its more than 85 subcamps. With more than 100000 prisoners that came through The Neuengamme camp and its subcamps, it became the largest concentration camp
  2. Museum of Work2

    Museum of Work

    Museum of Work is an unusual museum devoted to the changes in the work process over the last 150 years. The museum mostly focuses on the industrialization.
  3. Zoologisches Museum3

    Zoologisches Museum

    The Zoological Museum houses extensive collection of scientifically important zoological material. The museum features over ten million scientific objects divided into nine research collections.
  4. Mineralogisches Museum4

    Mineralogisches Museum

    The Mineralogical Museum (Mineralogisches Museum) showcases a collection on an area of ​​approximately 450 square metres over two floors. In the gallery, 1500 selected objects are on display in artfully illuminated window displays.
  5. Sammlung Falckenberg5

    Sammlung Falckenberg

    The Sammlung Falckenberg is a private art collection in Hamburg of Dr. Harald Falckenberg. The collection is housed in the former factory halls of Phoenix AG. The art collection includes 1600 works by international avant-garde artists, including works by Martin Kippenberger, but also large installat
  6. Gedenkstätte Ernst Thälmann6

    Gedenkstätte Ernst Thälmann

    Ernst Thälmann (1886-1944) was chairman of the Independent Social Democratic Party (USPD) in Hamburg and a member of the Hamburg Parliament. He then became a member of the German Reichstag and chairman of the Communist Party of Germany (KPD). From 1929 until his arrest on 3 March 1933 he lived with

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