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#seeforfree on Reformation Day 31. October

Visit 40 museums for free

31 October is a great day to visit Hamburg's 40 participating museums for free and experience an unforgettable day full of art and history.

Reformation Day (31 October) is an official public holiday in Hamburg, with 40 museums opening their doors for free to those interested in art and culture. From the Hamburger Kunsthalle to the HSV Museum, there is much to discover - have fun exploring the cultural treasures of our city!

All participating museums (last updated 23. October 2023) as a map and as a list here:

  • Altonaer Museum
  • Archäologisches Museum und Stadtmuseum Harburg
  • Bargheer Museum
  • Bucerius Kunst Forum
  • Computer Museum der Universität Hamburg
  • Deichtorhallen
  • denk.mal Hannoverscher Bahnhof
  • Deutsches Hafenmuseum Standort Schuppen 50A
  • Deutsches Zollmuseum
  • Deutsches Zusatzstoffmuseum
  • Freilichtmuseum Rieck Haus
  • Gedenkstätte Bullenhuser Damm
  • Gedenkstätte Fuhlsbüttel
  • Gedenkstätte Plattenhaus Poppenbüttel
  • Gefängnismuseum Hamburg
  • Geschichtsort Stadthaus
  • Gipsabgusssammlung der Universität Hamburg
  • Hamburger Genossenschaftsmuseum
  • Hamburger Kunsthalle
  • Hamburger Schulmuseum
  • HSV-Museum
  • Informationszentrum Energieberg Gerorgswerder
  • Jenisch Haus
  • KomponistenQuartier Hamburg
  • Kunsthaus Hamburg
  • Kunstverein in Hamburg
  • KZ-Gedenkstätte Neuengamme
  • Mahnmal St. Nikolai
  • MARKK Museum am Rothenbaum
  • Medizinhistorisches Museum Hamburg
  • Montblanc Haus
  • Museum der Arbeit
  • Museum für Bergedorf und die Vierlande
  • Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte
  • Museum für Kunst & Gewerbe (MK&G)
  • Retro-Spiele Club
  • Sammlung Falckenberg / Phoenix Fabrikhallen
  • Stiftung Hamburg Maritim
  • Universitätsmuseum
  • vor-gänge Museum für die alternative Stadt
  • Zaubermuseum Bellacini

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