Internationales Maritimes Museum

Hamburg, Germany

The Internationales Maritimes Museum houses Peter Tamm's collection of model ships, construction plans, uniforms, and maritime art, amounting to over 40,000 items and more than one million photographs. It opened in a former warehouse in 2008.

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Founded: 2008
Category: Museums in Germany

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Anastasia (5 months ago)
This has to be the biggest museum I’ve ever been to. Yes, as everyone already mention it has nine floors and each one is so interesting. We went around 12 in the morning and the ticket costed 8€ each since it was closing after 2 hours so I would say that was definitely worth it and we did manage to go through all the floors with a ticket half the price. Beautiful exhibition and definitely a must visit!
Michael Haggerty (7 months ago)
Lots to see and learn here - it’s a huge museum. Very interesting if you’re into learning more about the maritime industry and the extensive history behind it. Great gift shop as well. The building has been beautifully renovated and is a beautiful space to wander around.
Saldor (7 months ago)
Wonderful naval museum! Large with different themes such as History of navigation, merchant, military, rescue/security, weapons... with many models, videos, photos, replicas... very well organized in a nine-story building!
Knight N. Mogul (7 months ago)
Amazing place from warship to cargo vessels. If your kids like ship, it is a “should visit” as they have a huge amount of ships model for your kids, they can tell you a lot of stories if they are really an expert. U-boot section is a MUST visit area for real gurus. Don’t miss the historic board which you can see the scale of the number of warships being built for WWII, you will be shocked by it.
Jittida Pookchara (8 months ago)
Amazing museum with 9 floors. You can see a lot of exhibitions about navy and ships. A lot pf interesting ship models here and the last floor shows the collection of ship models which is so nice. The museum is bigger than I thought can take up to 4 hours to visit everything
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