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Deutsches Hafenmuseum (German Harbour Museum) - Location: Shed 50A

The history of shipping

Hamburg's history as an important transhipment point for the shipping industry can be experienced with exciting guided tours and many exhibits in the authentic harbour museum.

The German Harbour Museum is the centre of the freeport on the last and listed grounds of a set of landing stages, the structure of which was constructed more than 100 years ago and has remained the same to this day with just a few small changes. Ships to South America sailed from here via the Bremerkai until the end of the 1960s. The rapid development of the harbour can be seen in the Harbour Museum. Machines and devices which were ultra-modern in the 1970s are now part of the museum.

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