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Museum für Bergedorf und die Vierlande
© Bergedorfer Museumslandschaft
Museum für Bergedorf und die Vierlande
© Bergedorfer Museumslandschaft

Museum für Bergedorf und die Vierlande

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The ''Museum für Bergedorf und die Vierlande'' in the Castle of Bergedorf shows the origins and life of the Hamburg district in its most beautiful setting.

The Museum für Bergedorf und die Vierlande is part of the Bergedorf museums and is beautifully located directly in Bergedorf Castle. This is the last preserved castle in the region, which, like the Vierlande and Marschlande, is a historic area of Hamburg full of exciting history. The museum presents life in Bergedorf in the course of time and tells the story of the inhabitants of the district. The history of Bergedorf is also described. It is characterised by Saxon settlers - so-called Bergern - and goes back more than a thousand years in history. The Museum für Bergedorf und die Vierlande has a permanent collection and regularly changing exhibitions.
 

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Please note the following information and hygiene rules.

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Visitor limiations

The number of visitors is limited to a maximum of 25 people.

Visitor limitations

Normally, there are no long waiting times.

Mask requirements

Mouth and nose protection required

Hygiene measures

The museum has disinfectant dispensers as well as spit guards at the cash desks. In addition, regular cleaning, one-way routing and the restriction of maximal 4 persons per room ensure compliance with the necessary hygiene measures.

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