Jenisch Haus

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    Jenisch Haus is one of the most beautiful historic buildings in Hamburg. It is located in a spacious landscape garden on the banks of the Elbe. From the rooms facing south you have a spectacular view over the river and ships.

    Originally Jenisch Haus was the country seat of the Hamburg merchant construction senator Martin Johan von Jenisch the Younger. It was built between 1831 and 1834 to designs by Franz Gustav Forsmann and Karl Friedrich Schinkel.

    Today the Museum of Arts and Culture on the Elbe, on the ground floor it shows off representative halls with rich stucco and parquet floors and furniture, paintings and sculptures from the Empire and Biedermeier. On the upper floors it showcases changing exhibitions of interesting topics from art and cultural history, especially the 19th century. The rooms on the ground floor are available for receptions and weddings. The museum also has a café with an outdoor terrace.

    Opening hours

    • Tue - Sun 11:00 a.m. – 06:00 p.m.

    For further information go to:
    Hotline: 040 - 82 87 90


    Regular ticket: 5,00 €
    Reduced tickets: 3,50 €
    Owne4rs of Hamburg CARD: 4,50 €
    Free admission for children and teens up to the age of 17. 



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    Address: Baron-Voght-Straße 50, 22609 Hamburg

    Do you need help or want to
    book by phone?

    +49 (0) 40 - 300 51 701

    Mon-Sat: 09.00 h - 19.00 h

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