Het Altonaer Museum in Hamburg is een museum dat de geschiedenis van de stad Hamburg en de omliggende gebieden behandelt. Het museum is verdeeld in drie hoofdsecties: de geschiedenis van Hamburg, de geschiedenis van de Hanseatic League en de geschiedenis van de maritieme geschiedenis van de stad. Het museum heeft ook een gedeelte over de geschiedenis van de Germaanse stammen die het gebied bewoonden vóór de komst van de Romeinen.
De Hamburg -geschiedenissectie van het museum omvat de oprichting van de stad door de eerste Germaanse stammen in de 9e eeuw, de groei als lid van de Hanseatic League in de 14e eeuw, en de transformatie ervan in een toonaangevende maritieme stad in de 18e eeuw. De sectie over de Hanseatic League omvat de rol van de Liga in de economische en politieke ontwikkeling van de stad, evenals de achteruitgang in de 19e eeuw. De maritieme geschiedenissectie behandelt de ontwikkeling van de stad als een belangrijke haven en haar rol in de transatlantische handel.
Het museum heeft een grote verzameling artefacten uit de geschiedenis van de stad, waaronder een replica van het eerste Hamburg City SEAL, een 14e-eeuwse Hanseatic League-vlag en een 17e-eeuwse kaart van de stad. Het museum heeft ook een bibliotheek met een verzameling boeken over de geschiedenis van Hamburg.
- Monday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Tuesday: Closed
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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It's a very nice museum, very polite staff and great exhibition.
Nice and interesting photo exhibition. The café in the museum is mandatory anyway
Visited the museum for the first time (World Press Photo 2022). There is also something else to discover about Hamburg (Altona).
The current photo exhibition is worth seeing and makes you think
Great museum! Particularly suitable for children/families. You get a colorful mixture and a lot to discover.
The exhibition of the "World Press Photo" competition took us to the Altonaer Museum, where the pictures were shown for the first time. A successful presentation, even if one would have wished for more space in some places to be able to view the large formats from a distance. In addition, the exhibition was well attended and there are people who have the talent to stand thoughtlessly in front of the pictures or texts. What we noticed positively about the Altonaer Museum is that it has a much more modern look; what was a bit dusty from earlier years has disappeared. Worth seeing is the exhibition on Altona's urban development. Recommended for physical refreshment: Café Schmidtchen. We'd love to come back.
We went here with our 4 year old son to see the children's exhibition. It was great. He could dress up, play and try many things.
Last visited about 50 years ago, some things recognized from before. Actually, it was a journey into childhood and still experienced a lot. was fun
Historical at the regional level. Figureheads with global themes. Special promotions related to local life. Terrific. Greetings to the nice employees ♥️
Very interesting museum about Altona and the surrounding area
At the moment there is a great special exhibition in the Altonaer Museum about the film city of Hamburg, from the beginning of the 20th century to the present day, which is very comprehensive and well researched. Highly recommended, with lots of information that was new to me. I was last in the permanent exhibition as a schoolboy, but my current visit has made me want to rediscover the museum for myself.
On my way from Altona train station south to the Elbe (signposted), I accidentally came across the Altonaer Museum after passing the great Stuhlmann fountain. From the outside, the building doesn't really pull you off your feet and I hesitated at first as to whether such a district museum would be worthwhile for the hour I had time. But then I was all the more surprised what a great mixture in the museum, or should one almost speak of the museums, is to be seen. For the general public, the exhibition on district development, with a great model of the old port. For the ship fans many ship models and figureheads. For lovers of open-air museums, the farmhouse parlors. For children the Wunderkammer and the library. There is also a beautifully designed café, which I only saw through the glass door. Conclusion: A hand in the piñata that should have a positive surprise in store for every visitor. Worth seeing!
The visit is worthwhile for people who are interested in Altona's history.
Absolutely worth seeing!! The farmhouse parlors and the fully assembled farmhouse are particularly beautiful. Very impressive as soon as you enter. Very friendly staff!!
Very nice museum with incredible installations. A whole farmhouse stands in the hall. You feel transported into the past.
A great and inexpensive excursion destination, as an alternative to the overcrowded miniature wonder. Many model ships can be admired here and there is also an impressive collection of figureheads.
Very nice place, gastro inside and outside, good food, friendly staff. In the middle of everything and yet quiet and relaxed due to the hidden location
Very interesting for children over 6 Great staff who really care.
Great museum - also great for visiting with children
You can't imagine a more beautiful museum on Hamburg's history. The museum has a very diverse selection of exhibitions and is suitable for all age groups
Here, inclusion and participation are impressively brought to life in art and creativity. Very inspiring.
A museum worth seeing... a lot has been modernized in recent years. Very well prepared for children
A great, very interesting museum about Altona and Hamburg
Interesting museum in Altona, Very interesting farm parlors dismantled on site and rebuilt in the museum....well worth seeing
Great exhibition "Close Up" on Hamburg's film history
Very nice museum that offers everything from shipping to life in the country. The toy exhibition was not only worth seeing for our children. Definitely worth a visit.
For a district of Hamburg, the Altonaer Museum is a top address not only as a bad weather alternative. Regional history, above all the figureheads or the farmhouse make the museum a cross-generational experience. Whenever I come to Hamburg, I also look to see if there is one of the very interesting photo exhibitions in the museum. Plus coffee and museum shop always makes it worth a stop.
It is very interesting friendly staff highly recommended canteen is also very nice delicious cakes
Haven't seen the full museum. Yet they have many exhibitions and a great rotation of themes. I asked for some refuge from the rain in the gift shop and the lady at the counter was beyond amazing. She told me to stay as long as I needed and offered me a glass of water. I had a coffee there as well, to my surprise it was a pretty good blend. Did not expect to find such good coffee for the value. I highly suggest visiting and spending some time with friends and/or family. Great atmosphere and huge museum. I wish I had time to visit the exhibition.
Lots of interesting information!
Well equipped Museum showing old time maritime objects, history of Altona as well as objects of rural and all day life.
Terrific experience to experience the history of my neighborhood!! Quite interactive and a unique experience. Happy they didn't close it à few years ago..
Once the entrance fee has been paid, you have free access to all exhibitions. Close location on metro
A museum for young and old. Only a few minutes away from Altona train station. The current exhibition on proverbs is very interesting.
The museum is interesting if someone loves local history, but without knowledge of the language, some rooms do not make sense, you can skip it. If you run, then an hour and a half is enough. There is a cafe. Hamburg Card Discount
One of the best experience for me and children, they have agood workshop for children and lot more...
You can look at paintings, play Minecraft and have fun with mirrors. 10/10 would do it again
Altona Museum is the best i know......
Shows it how it was ! Well kept interesting museum, especially for the old Altona family I have the pleasure of being married into.
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Top exhibition “Beautiful Living in Altona”. Kids and teenagers can build their Altona in Minecraft.
Great museum for children is also made here.