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Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen
Museum of Popcorn
© Wim Jansen

Museum of Popcorn

With the Museum of Popcorn, the city of Hamburg finally has its first content museum where you can let your creativity run wild.

Content museums are in vogue – and not just among influencers, but among anyone who wants to immerse themselves in imaginative dream worlds, colorful environments and creative installations. The Museum of Popcorn in Hamburg's Hafencity is just such a place.

On more than 800 square meters, over 23 lovingly designed themed spots await visitors, inviting them to be photographed. Of course, these backdrops are mainly used for photo shoots – whether professional or for your own Instagram account. The occasions for a visit can be quite different. Just for fun, for the bachelorette party or souvenir photos of the Hamburg visit with your best friends. If necessary, a photographer can be booked on site. However, photography is of course not a must - those who do not like to stand in front of or behind the camera can simply explore the various fantasy worlds and backdrops with their own eyes. 

The founding story: in family hands

Behind the Museum of Popcorn are Ann-Christin Wolf, her husband Björn and stepdad Hans-Jürgen Zahlten. "When we see the joy our grandchildren, friends and families are already having in the scenery, we're convinced that Hamburgers* and all the people who are visiting Hamburg will enjoy it at least as much," says Hans-Jürgen Zahlten. "And it connects generations. It's not just something for young people who want to feed their feed on Instagram or TikTok, it's also a very analog experience. And we can all use more than enough positive experiences at the moment," adds Björn.

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