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Poetry Slam
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Poetry Slam

Word art on Hamburg's stages.

Experience culture. Poetry Slam in Hamburg

Hamburg stands for art and culture through and through. And over the years, poetry slams have gained a firm place in Hamburg's cultural programme. Those who want to see young lyrical talents have the opportunity to do so in Hamburg almost every week. The young poet scene meets here regularly on stage to compete and inspire the audience. And with the "artistic duels", the city even has its own unofficial championship. Here, you'll find an overview of current events and the most frequent venues.

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The home of the Poetry Slam in Hamburg.

Currency
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8. Triennail of Photography Hamburg 2022

With twelve exhibitions, the 8th Triennial of Photography Hamburg will engage the theme of CURRENCY from multiple angles and perspectives. From colonial-era photo albums to visual reveries, social documentary and conceptual approaches to photography, the exhibitions explore the polyphonic ways in which photographs are produced, circulated and interpreted. The exhibition parcours through Hamburg was conceived by artistic director Koyo Kouoh and her international team, alongside the curators of the ten participating museums and exhibition venues in Hamburg. The exhibitions will be accompanied by numerous events and a festival lasting several days in June 2022.

8. Triennail of Photography Hamburg 2022
ABC der Arbeit - Vielfalt, Leben, Innovation
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ABC der Arbeit - Vielfalt, Leben, Innovation

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On 400 square meters, this exhibition area conveys aspects of the history of work in Hamburg since industrialization.

ABC der Arbeit - Vielfalt, Leben, Innovation

Abendliche Lichterfahrt

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When it gets dark and light up the city lights, Hamburg sprayed again a very different and special charm. This it is to admire during an evening ride on the city's water.

Abendliche Lichterfahrt
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Alte Türme, Höfe und Fabriken - Stadtführung durch das Schanzenviertel

Living, pleasure and work: in Schanzenviertel can find everything in the immediate vicinity. Once here were Nobel filler, pianos, carriages and sorts more manufactured. The district was considered a working-class neighborhood. Today the hill is a trendy district where films are produced, elegant restaurants and trendy bars are at home. But the old factory building of Mont Blanc or Steinway are as much this quarter as Tim maltsters.

Beyond the "party mile" we go in search of clues to this ancient historic Schanzenviertel with its beautiful backyards, but also his former amusement palaces, such as the Flora Theatre or the Schilleroper. Locally, we illuminate the history and current development of both establishments.

The Schanzenviertel - Twenty years ago, life was still marked by low rents and easy vegetable shops. Also at that time multicultural. Meanwhile dominate trendy shops and upscale restaurants. Hardly any other area has so much verändret how the hill. Since there are a lot of positives, but also dubious to discover

Alte Türme, Höfe und Fabriken - Stadtführung durch das Schanzenviertel
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© Hamburg News Stadtführungen

Alte Türme, Höfe und Fabriken - Stadtführung durch das Schanzenviertel

Living, pleasure and work: in Schanzenviertel can find everything in the immediate vicinity. Once here were Nobel filler, pianos, carriages and sorts more manufactured. The district was considered a working-class neighborhood. Today the hill is a trendy district where films are produced, elegant restaurants and trendy bars are at home. But the old factory building of Mont Blanc or Steinway are as much this quarter as Tim maltsters.

Beyond the "party mile" we go in search of clues to this ancient historic Schanzenviertel with its beautiful backyards, but also his former amusement palaces, such as the Flora Theatre or the Schilleroper. Locally, we illuminate the history and current development of both establishments.

The Schanzenviertel - Twenty years ago, life was still marked by low rents and easy vegetable shops. Also at that time multicultural. Meanwhile dominate trendy shops and upscale restaurants. Hardly any other area has so much verändret how the hill. Since there are a lot of positives, but also dubious to discover

Alte Türme, Höfe und Fabriken - Stadtführung durch das Schanzenviertel
Altonale Bühne
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altonale

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The altonale is the largest cultural festival in northern Germany for all art, literature, theater, film, music lovers and fans of culinary and street festivals.

More than 200 events can be found in unusual locations over a period of two weeks. The central motto of this year's altonale is "wealth" and runs as a common thread through many program items.
Incidentally, the events of the cultural festival do not cost admission this year either! Altonal events are free of charge on all 17 days in the second year - with the “Make it possible” initiative, everyone pays what they can and want. The final act this year - for the first time together - will be the international festival of street arts STAMP and the street festival: From Friday, June 14th to Sunday, June 16th, both festivals will take place in Altona-Altstadt, in Ottensen and around the Platz der Republic instead.

 

 

altonale
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Altstadt-Rundgang: vom Rathaus bis zur Speicherstadt (60 Minuten)

This compact one-hour tour is well suited to provide a preliminary overview of the present and the history of Hamburg.

You look at the core region of Hamburg's Old Town: the town hall and the town hall market. Then, the main church of St. Peter, the Cathedral Square (where Hamburg once was), the Nikolaifleet (was where the port established), the ruins of the Nikolai Church, the historic Deichstrasse with magnificent office buildings and beautiful canals. Rounding out this amusing tour through a look at the world heritage site of the warehouse district.

Our old town tour begins at the town hall. A building that removed after the Great Fire of the 19th century at this point, only a stone's throw from the Alster, originated. Glorious, powerful and large. She grew our beautiful city by the work of their citizens. Through clever transactions by its merchants. Through the diligent work of its artisans. Not least by the labor of their "inmates" how citizens were without citizenship called for a long time. United and become powerful but also by a wise policy, which was based on trade, openness and tolerance. Before nobles not bowed. But how can that be reconciled with the fact that we already see in front area of the town hall several kings and emperors? In Game of the Mighty sent to maneuver paid off.

Passing Heinrich Heine, it goes on the Dome Square, where the Hamburg Hammaburg originated in the 9th century. As Frankish castle in enemy territory, where at that time lived only savages: the Saxons. the Abodriten and very close to the Danes. Wild insisted Megalithic that nobody understood! to proselytize you, that was the order of the city founder Ansgar. Later exactly here was the mighty St. Mary; and finally the Johanneum. Hamburg first school of education. Many episodes and anecdotes from this long history are, irritate our laughter muscles repeatedly. Similarly then to Trostbrücke and on Nikolaifleet and in the dike road.

But current urban issues,hints and tips for visitors to Hamburg will not be missing in this city guide. To gain a first compact overview to how the citizens of Hamburg tick.

Altstadt-Rundgang: vom Rathaus bis zur Speicherstadt (60 Minuten)

An Evening with Suzanne Vega

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An Evening with Suzanne Vega

An Evening with Suzanne Vega
Arbeit im Kontor – Handel mit Übersee
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Arbeit im Kontor – Handel mit Übersee

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Hamburg's trade experienced an enormous boom during industrialization, as raw materials were increasingly processed in the factories of the 19th and 20th centuries.

Arbeit im Kontor – Handel mit Übersee
Awa Ly
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Awa Ly

Acoustic folk music enriched with blues, hypnotic metres and profound laments. Awa Ly understands that simplicity is not the same as lightness, and she knows how to be elegant without getting lost in the complexity of the world. The natural choreography of her hands, her gestures and movements brings out the deep meaning of her songs, creating a magic that one can’t elude.

Please note: This event replaces the cancelled concert from 2 October 2021. Tickets purchased for the postponed concert are valid for this event.

Awa Ly
Bauernstuben
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Bauernstuben

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The Altonaer Museum has 17 North German farmhouse parlors. They form a unique ensemble that offers an insight into the rural living culture of the 18th and 19th centuries. The rooms belong to the oldest collection of the Altonaer Museum. Otto Lehmann, the first director of the Altonaer Museum, traveled around Schleswig-Holstein around 1900 to acquire as many as possible completely preserved farmhouse parlors for the museum

Bauernstuben
Radtour vor Elbphilharmonie
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Bike tour "Hamburg Compact"

On this bike tour we show you the highlights of Hamburg from a new perspective.
In a relaxed pace we cycle to the main attractions of the city. After the start in St. Pauli, we pass the “Heiligengeistfeld” and continue to the Alster lake, to enjoy the view from the Inner Alster Lake.
Afterwards we stop at the townhall before cycling the UNESCO world heritage site “Warehouse District” (Speicherstadt) and the modern HafenCity.
From the Elbphilharmonie we go via St. Michel’s Church, Landungsbrücken to the red-light district Reeperbahn. Here we are almost back at the shop where we started.


At all the stops the guide gives you explanations and tells you about the backgrounds of the site. There is enough time for questions and photos. Along the route we make a small coffee and snack in a bakery or café.

Bike tour "Hamburg Compact"
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Bio-Markt Alte Holstenstraße

Between old half-timbered houses, brick buildings and St. Peter and Pauli Church, Bergedorf offers an organic weekly market on Thursdays. On average there are six stalls with fruit, vegetables, cheese and meat.

Bio-Markt Alte Holstenstraße
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Bio-Wochenmarkt… und Regionales Nienstedten

Fresh from the environment, there are weekly Nienstedtener marketplace.

Also present: organic mountain cheese, Effenberger wholemeal bakery, butcher Fricke, green basket, Heide Cuisine, Organic Manufactory Hardtke, Neptune Fish Empire

Bio-Wochenmarkt… und Regionales Nienstedten
Bordmusik & Backfisch mit Anna Wydra
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Bordmusik & Backfisch with Anna Wydra

The Hamburg born and based young singer-songwriter Anna Wydra describes her music as "melancholic stray cat pop". She plays a concert somewhere between fore and aft and brings two of her band members. For lovers of indie pop artists like Courtney Barnett, Phoebe Bridgers, Soccer Mommy oder Cloe Moriondo this is a must go. But also everybody else will have a great evening onboard with best views over the harbour. If you want to enjoy a fish roll please order in advance: anne@bridge-gigs.de.

Bordmusik & Backfisch with Anna Wydra
Bremer Kai
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Bremer Kai

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On the outdoor area are the first large-scale equipment from the early days of the container: Van Carrier, which is responsible for transporting the

Bremer Kai
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Brückentour

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Hamburg has about 2,500 bridges, of which you will get to know about 1 percent during this tour. However, there are some special features: a bridge that is wider than it is long, one on two levels and one that leads across nothing. See Hamburg's oldest bridge and the one that has been "stored" for several years. Adults, but also children have a fun and exciting tour.

Brückentour
Radtour maritimes Museum Hamburg Auskenner
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City Radtour "Hamburg Highlights - DAS ORIGINAL"

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On our guided Hamburg bike tour through the city center there are many different paths to discover around Hamburg City: Elbphilharmonie, Schanzen- and Karoviertel, St.Pauli, Portuguese Quarter, Hamburger Michel, the HafenCity and of course the UNESCO World Heritage Site with Speicherstadt and Kontorhausviertel.

Relaxed, entertaining and safe, we cycle through the heart of Hamburg and discover many exciting places. On this guided bike tour, there are plenty of interesting facts and exciting anecdotes about the history of the Hamburg merchants - "Hamburg at that time and today", so this Hamburg bike tour is probably the best way to describe.

After our guided Hamburg bike tour you will certainly have a feeling how the hamburgers are ticking. And one or the other insider tip is of course included.

Duration approx. 3.0 h
Distance about 12 km
Price: Adult 28,00 / child (7-14 years) 18,00 / incl. Bicycle

Telephone: +49 (0) 40 - 36 09 19 69
Email: moin@hamburg-auskenner.de

City Radtour "Hamburg Highlights - DAS ORIGINAL"

Der Drag Queen Olivia auf der Spur!

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The drag queen Olivia on the track!

Der Drag Queen Olivia auf der Spur!
Der Dufke-laden
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Der Dufke-Laden

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From 1890 to 1978 offered the "Dufke store" as a "mixed country trade" in family ownership the village Altenwerder a department store on a small scale. In the store, which was run by Magdalene Dufke since 1972 and thus took its name, goods were offered for all situations: In addition to meat, milk, fruit, vegetables and fish from domestic production and industrial and colonial goods from coffee packaging to washing powder, also home appliances and tools.

Der Dufke-Laden
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Der Pudel auf dem Dach

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You will be observed from everywhere on this entertaining tour for big and small people through downtown Hamburg: There are roaring lions and life-size elephants, dreamy kitchen boys and little saints, unicorns and "Dachpudel". Sometimes big and in the middle of the action, sometimes small and hidden. Let yourself be surprised and enchanted a little ...

Der Pudel auf dem Dach
Derby-Meeting
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Derby-Meeting

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Seven exciting days at the famous horse race course in Hamburg.

Derby-Meeting
Die Flotte
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Die Flotte

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About the pontoon system the scavenging steam cleaner SAUGER IV from 1909 and the floating steam crane SAATSEE from 1917 are accessible.

Die Flotte
Die Königs schenken nach!
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Die Königs schenken nach!

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Golden times for the König family: Since grandma won the lifelong immediate pension at the Glückspirale, prosperity has broken out in the home basement. Like his four children, father is king, known to all as captains, full of buying frenzy and first invests in the local economy. So, literally. Full cash register, full refrigerator and blue to the brim - can this go on for a long time with our favorite family in St. Pauli? No way! The chaos quickly returns and the captain and his children are longing for the worries of yesterday. Because where previously it was only about bad money, now it's about bare survival ...

After the success of "The Kings of the Neighborhood - With Heart and Promille", Martin Lingnau and Heiko Wohlgemuth, Germany's most successful musical authors, are now sending the permanently alcoholic captain and his family and loving neighbor Berta on a new weird adventure.

“The Königs pour in!” Is the seamless continuation of what is probably the warmest declaration of love to St. Pauli: with beloved neighborhood types, relentless humor and 15 brand new songs. Works even without previous knowledge from "The Kings of the Neighborhood". Of course, you shouldn't miss it.

Directed by Corny Littmann

Die Königs schenken nach!
Die Lauenburger Raths-Apotheke
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Die Lauenburger Raths-Apotheke

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The Lauenburger Raths pharmacy is located since 1997 as a result of a generous gift in the Altona Museum. The last owner, the pharmacist Margarete Lammers (1915-2008), had promised her father-in-law Johann Lammers "to take good care of the pharmacy".

Die Lauenburger Raths-Apotheke
Dinge und Dokumente-Alltag im Industriezeitalter
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Dinge und Dokumente-Alltag im Industriezeitalter

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The exhibition Things and Documents - Everyday Life in the Industrial Age offers a thematic introduction to the subject of the house on the basis of an objets troupe

Dinge und Dokumente-Alltag im Industriezeitalter
Rafiki
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Disneys DER KÖNIG DER LÖWEN

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Disney's THE KING OF LIONS

Disneys DER KÖNIG DER LÖWEN
Die Eiskönigin
© Disney

Disneys DIE EISKÖNIGIN

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Disney's ICON QUEEN

Disneys DIE EISKÖNIGIN

Ehrlich Brothers - Dream & Fly - Die neue Magie Show

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Honest Brothers - Dream & Fly - The New Magic Show

Ehrlich Brothers - Dream & Fly - Die neue Magie Show
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Eine Reise um die Welt

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Immerse yourself in the culture of foreign countries and make you in the middle of Hamburg "A trip around the world" on foot, by S-Bahn and by ferry. We take you to the time when a part of Hamburg was the second largest city in Denmark. They enjoy Portuguese haulage, see a Russian and an English church and enjoy the tranquility in a Japanese landscaped garden. You will experience a day with lots of interesting information and small culinary surprises, which will last you for a long time.

Eine Reise um die Welt

Einstürzende Neubauten - The Year Of The Rat Tour

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Collapsing New Buildings - The Year Of The Rat Tour

Einstürzende Neubauten - The Year Of The Rat Tour
Elbphilharmonie Publikumsorchester (2G)
© Claudia Höhne

Elbphilharmonie Audience Orchestra

In the Audience Orchestra, dedicated amateurs rehearse with great enthusiasm and at a very high artistic level under conductor Michael Petermann, the director of the Hamburger Konservatorium. Each year the orchestra gives two performances in the Grand Hall and further concerts in Hamburg districts, in which they play the pieces they’ve been practicing so intensively.

Elbphilharmonie Audience Orchestra
Facetten der Altonaer Stadtentwicklung
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Facetten der Altonaer Stadtentwicklung

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On August 23, 1664 were the spots Altona by the Danish King Frederik III. awarded the city rights. Before 1864 Altona was long the second largest city in the Danish state and until the incorporation in the city state of Hamburg in 1938, the largest city in the Prussian province of Schleswig-Holstein. Since 1949, Altona is one of seven districts of the Free and Hanseatic city of Hamburg.

Facetten der Altonaer Stadtentwicklung
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Fahrradtour "53 Grad Ost - Schutenschubser & Elbschnuten"

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Are you looking for an extraordinary bike tour? Then come with the Hamburg experts exciting bike tour in the wild east of Hamburg. On our bike tour "53 degrees East - Schutenschubser & Elbschnuten" we explore Hafencity, Entenwerder and Kaltehofe.

We relax on the terraces of HafenCity, stroll through Rothenburgsort and discover green oases on Entenwerder and in Kaltehofe.
On this bike tour we will show you our favorite places far from the city bustle. The urban & rustic flair invites you to linger, dream and relax. Dieter Thomas Heck will also accompany us for a moment on this unusual bike tour.
This tour will surprise & enchant you and you will most certainly return to a few of these wonderful places with a filled picnic basket.

Even those who do not ride their bikes so often will be relaxed on this bike tour because we are away from the streets on bike paths most of the time.

Are you curious? Then book your bike tour now and discover Hamburg's wild east.

Info bike tour:
Duration: 4.0 hours
Distance: approx. 18 km
Price: adults 33.00 / children (7-14 years) 18.00
The price includes a bike and helmet on request and of course a lot of good mood!
All prices include 19% VAT.

Do you have any questions about the tour? Then just write an email or give us a call:
Email: moin@hamburg-auskenner.de
Telephone: +49 (0) 40 - 36 09 19 69

Fahrradtour "53 Grad Ost - Schutenschubser & Elbschnuten"
Fischmarkt Hamburg
© Johannes Leistner

Fish Market Hamburg

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Every Sunday morning the fish market attracts nearly 70,000 visitors to the Elbe. Anyone will find something because almost everything is sold there: From luscious fruit baskets, fresh fish or plastic bags full of sausage to porcelain, textiles and forests of green plants. You will meet revelers who were just celebrating on the Reeperbahn before and of course the early birds who do not want to miss the spectacle. But there is not only trade and sale: In the historic fish auction hall people can dance to jazz, country and western music.

Fish Market Hamburg
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Flea market "Flohschanze"

Every Saturday in front of the old butchery the iconic flea market takes place. Residents, tourists, sightseers, hunters and collectors pilger towards "Flohschanze" to grub and haggle or to simply throw into the fray. Over coffee and waffles in one of the cafés nearby one can enjoy the looted treasures. The flea market is partly covered and therefore takes place throughout the year.

 

Flea market "Flohschanze"
Flohmarkt Feldstraße
© Markus Roeer

Fleamarket at Night

On Wednesday evenings, the forecourt of the Rindermarkthalle St. Pauli is transformed into a recycling mecca under the starry sky!
At over 50 stalls, you can haggle over second-hand, furniture, records, art, books, curios & useful items with a drink in hand. There will also be street food and live music. Located between Sternschanze, Karoviertel & St. Pauli, the night flea market in Hamburg attracts several thousand visitors every Wednesday evening.

If you want to sell at the flea market yourself, you can secure a stall via the website www.nachtflohmarkt-rindermarkthalle.de.

Event time: Wednesdays from 6pm - 10pm

Fleamarket at Night
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Flohdom Horner Rennbahn (Flea market "Flohdom" at Horner Rennbahn)

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On a space of 20.000 square meters, an area as big as three soccer fields, you can find anything from household goods to electronic articles that'll open your heart. The offer is huge and the salesmen present not only used but also brand new supplies. The area is roofed over so that the market takes place all year through. But when the weather is nice you can also bargain outside in the sun.

Flohdom Horner Rennbahn (Flea market "Flohdom" at Horner Rennbahn)

Flohdom Trabrennbahn Bahrenfeld

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Every Saturday, just a minute's walk from the "Bahrenfeld trotting track" bus stop, old, used, junk and new goods are looking for a new home.

Flohdom Trabrennbahn Bahrenfeld

Forest Exhibition Science Center Wald

"What is a forest?" is the central question of this free exhibition at the Hotel Wälderhaus, located at Wilhelmsburger Inselpark south of the Elbe River. At this large exhibition space (650 square meters), you can dive deep into the forest ecosystem. Learn about the tasks and responsibilities of a forester, deepen your knowledge with educational films or simply enjoy experimenting in the forest lab.

Forest Exhibition Science Center Wald
Fundsache Arbeitsort
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Fundsache Arbeitsort

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On the ground floor of the museum, a glass front provides insight into a "house in the house"

Fundsache Arbeitsort
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© Hamburg News Stadtführungen

GEFÜHRTE TOUREN ÜBER DEN OHLSDORFER FRIEDHOF (Gruppen)

The Ohlsdorf cemetery is one of the most beautiful and interesting places in Hamburg. A cemetery? It is the largest park cemetery in the world!

With its garden art and its wealth of funerary sculpture, it was one of the globally recognized total works of art in the world as early as 1900. So impressive that he was awarded a Grand Prix at the Paris World's Fair.

Under old trees we can enjoy the green wealth of our city. An oasis of calm! A dream! Because romantic paths with a forest-like ambience alternate here with beautiful watercourses. Works of art of incredible diversity can be found in the smallest of spaces. And at the same time, this cemetery is a real treasure chest of Hamburg history.

During our tour we roam the old historical part with its numerous angel figures and magnificent sculptures. We see angels with and without a beard. Lovely characters and almost threatening. Then we join resistance fighters from Hamburg, who defended human rights during the Nazi era. The Althamburg Memorial Cemetery and the poet's corner follow. We see the graves of Wolfgang Borchert, Henry Vahl, Ida Ehre, Hans Albers and many other prominent Hamburgers.

A bit further we come across the former mayor Johann Georg Mönckeberg. Also known as Mayor Pfennigfuchser, he was very popular with ordinary people. We come across the King of Albania, we see the Blood Beech District and a Columbarium. The graves of the publisher Julius Campe…

Magnificent mausoleums, tree tombs and butterfly gardens. Created in 1877 under the sign of secularization as the first cemetery that was open to all religions and denominations, the diversity of artistic design in the cemetery is enormous. But with all this diversity, we also get to know typical funeral symbols. You see the phoenix from the ashes, huge urns and also the Ouroboros. Why roses, anemones and poppies are particularly important here is also on our program ...

GEFÜHRTE TOUREN ÜBER DEN OHLSDORFER FRIEDHOF (Gruppen)
Gewächshaus des Botanischen Sondergartens Wandsbek
© Helge Masch

Geh dahin, wo der Pfeffer wächst ...

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In the two hundred square meter greenhouse of the botanical garden, an interesting selection of tropical plants can be seen.

Among other things:

  • Black pepper
  • Ananas and papaya plants (with fruits)
  • Coffee and cocoa
  • Various plants from Brazil, such as the national tree Pau-Brasil, Brazilian Araucaria, the rain tree and, of course, mimosa.

Opening hours:
Mondays to Thursdays from 7am to 3pm, Fridays from 7am to 2pm
In addition, voluntary helpers extend the opening hours in the evening hours and at the weekend.

Admission free!

Geh dahin, wo der Pfeffer wächst ...

Go & Shogi-Brettspiel

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Venue: Teahouse Japanese Garden Planten un Blomen

with Mr. Splettstößer and Mr. Dr. Gralla

free entry - without registration

Go & Shogi-Brettspiel
adventhaus
© Adventhaus Grindelberg

Gottesdienst

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Our service takes place every Saturday (Sabbath).

It begins at 10 o'clock with a common Bible talk in small groups. There is every opportunity to exchange their questions and views on issues of faith and life in dialogue with others. God can not and does not only want to be heard in the sermon, but also to speak when people talk to one another about Him. Like in a big family.

In addition to preaching and conversation, the main elements of Adventist worship include worship - the praise of God through readings, songs, prayers, etc. - and communion. This community is maintained with us after the service, in our Grindel Café.

Not fixed liturgical forms, but above all communicative elements thus determine the character of the service in a typical Adventist church. This corresponds to the perspective Adventists have of God: God is not a mere principle, not an impersonal world spirit, not an unapproachable ruler, but a loving Father and a personal friend who is human with us - in our midst and in our midst. Like hardly anything else, the service testifies in many ways, but in the same way: "God is here!"

Every sabbath, parallel to the worship service for adults, age-appropriate children's services take place - in four age groups between 0-15 years.

A special service of the Adventist Church Grindelberg is the live translation of the sermons on the podium in sign language. For this reason, we also have a large group of non-listening or hard-listening church members.

Gottesdienst
Grafisches Gewerbe
© Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg

Grafisches Gewerbe

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On the first floor you enter the graphic arts department, which focuses on printing, its mechanization and its end.

Grafisches Gewerbe
Gropius Quartett / Camille Thomas (2G)
© Anthony Randazzo

Gropius Quartett / Camille Thomas

Antonin Dvorak’s »American Quartet« gets the evening off to an expressive and virtuosic start. After the interval, the Gropius Quartet performs Schubert’s String Quintet in C Major – one of the most famous works in the chamber music canon.

Gropius Quartett / Camille Thomas
Gropius Quartett / Camille Thomas (2G)
© Anthony Randazzo

Gropius Quartett / Camille Thomas / Lily Maisky

Internationally acclaimed cello soloist Camille Thomas performs the Largo from Fréderic Chopin’s cello sonata. And after the interval: Schumann’s Piano Quintet in E Flat Major. Another highlight is a string quartet by Mendelssohn Bartholdy.

Gropius Quartett / Camille Thomas / Lily Maisky
hafen1-neu
© Hamburg News Stadtführungen

Hafenrundfahrt in Hamburg - Ticket 12.50 EUR

Duration of the harbor tour : 1 hour. Maximum price per ticket : 12,50 EUR. Children : cheaper with 8.00 EUR per ticket. Toddlers : 0.00 EUR!

During this compact harbor cruise , the Port of Hamburg will be shown to you from its most beautiful side: Depending on the tide (high and low tide), the one-hour harbor cruise begins with a drive through the picturesque canals of the Speicherstadt . Then it's along the HafenCity and the Elbphilharmonie for a trip to the Elbe and the former Freeport with its world-famous attractions. These include historic docks and modern terminals for container handling , where you can get up close and personal with over 400-meter-long ships - the giants of the oceans.

You see cruise centers , the St. Paui Landungsbrücken , the shipyard Blohm & Voss . In Hansahafen, where the harbor museum is located, you will learn how harbor work used to work. You see the historic 50s shed , beautiful old cranes , also facilities of the port railway as well as several small and larger museum ships .

It is a Great Harbor Tour , where you can hear and see how the harbor develops, also some sailor yarn , as the humor at our rides will not be neglected. At the same time, our classic contains a wealth of interesting information, which you can enjoy especially well with a cold drink.

 

Hafenrundfahrt in Hamburg - Ticket 12.50 EUR
Hamburg im 20. Jahrhundert
© Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg

Hamburg im 20. Jahrhundert

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The port and trading city of Hamburg received in the Empire, in the Weimar Republic, the Nazi era, as a British zone of occupation and as a city state of the Federal Republic in each case a special character. The exhibition illustrates the diversity of events and developments from the German Empire to the turn of the millennium. Here, you will gain insights into how the political changes influenced the living conditions and everyday lives of people in Hamburg. The four topics of citizens' rights of participation, changes in living conditions, development of the business location and changes in the cityscape are presented in chronological order. At the same time, the visitor can gain an insight into the private lives of people, the life situations of the empire until the 1990s. A living room from the imperial era, a dairy from the 1930s, a WWII air-raid shelter, a living room from the 1950s, A living community around 1972 and a designer loft from the 1990s are examples of the constantly changing and diverse influences of everyday life situations of the city dwellers.

Hamburg im 20. Jahrhundert

HAMBURG IN DER NAZI-ZEIT (Gruppen)

Our tour of the city center, it takes us back to March 1933…

That was shortly after the so-called "takeover". Raids and house searches were now on the agenda. Opponents of the regime should be tracked down to consolidate the new power. Our tour will make it clear that the new also had its roots in the old. Because much of what happened now was very well prepared ...

The new regime could only consolidate its power if it managed to break the influence of the still strong workers' parties. Social Democrats and Communists, including trade unionists, were therefore among the first to be taken into protective custody. Almost 1,200 people in Hamburg alone in the first few months.

During our tour of the city center, we seek out the places of work of Hamburg citizens, who nevertheless decided very consciously not to accept these new conditions, and later also the war. We naturally encounter political issues. But we will also meet actors, young people, writers, students and ordinary workers on our tour.

We find their traces on Jungfernstieg, on Old and New Wall, also in Mönckebergstrasse. We hear about their life, their different motives, their fate in the Nazi era. A lot affects. And yet: our tour should not be a funeral march. We also want to visualize the optimism, the strength, the courage, the inventiveness of these great people.

HAMBURG IN DER NAZI-ZEIT (Gruppen)
Hamburg trifft ... Paris!
© Heike Baltruweit

Hamburg meets ... Paris!

A reflection in the water ... is it a sculpture by Balkenhol?
Distorted people on a blue background ... a surreal painting?

The impressions of Paris and Hamburg by the artist Heike Baltruweit seem painted, but they are completely unedited photographs.

And ... if you want to experience an innovative art pleasure, you can immerse yourself even further in the invisible world of the pictures in the exhibition with augmented reality.

Treat yourself to a little time out in the gallery and a slightly longer look at the pictures on exhibition. They want to be discovered :-) I look forward to seeing you!

Exhibition "Hamburg meets ... Paris!"
29. 06. to 13. 08. 2022 (except 21.7. to 23.7.22)

Opening hours of the gallery
Wednesday to Saturday, 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Location
Pure Photography & Gallery for Art, Media and Design
Glashüttenstrasse 108
20357 Hamburg
U2 Messehallen or U3 Feldstrasse (Karoviertel)

Further information
https://www.steenart.de

Contact
Heike Baltruweit
+49 (0)40 76 48 63 20
+49 (0)151 644 22 043
purephotography@steenart.de

Hamburg meets ... Paris!
Hamburgs Insider Tour
© How To Hamburg / Tim Kestermann

Hamburgs Insider Tour

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Colorful corners, cool shops, urban gems, hipness and establishment. The How To Hamburg Insider City Tour takes us through two and a half hours through two urban areas that couldn't be more different. Nevertheless, they have more in common than you think: trendy Hamburg in the Schanzenviertel and St. Pauli and chic Hamburg in Eppendorf, Harvestehude and Winterhude on the Alster. We dive into the city and discover exciting contrasts between gray urbanity and green idyll.
The ideal city tour to get to know Hamburg's special corners and city life!

Limited number of participants. Please register for participation at the desired date. Appointments during the week are possible on request

Hamburgs Insider Tour
Hamburgs Klassiker Tour
© How To Hamburg / Tim Kestermann

Hamburgs Klassiker Tour

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The How To Hamburg classic city tour, which is not that classic at all, takes us from the port to Jungfernstieg in just over two and a half hours. On our way we explore the most exciting sights of the city.
We not only learn something about the eventful history of the city, we also see with our own eyes how radiant Hamburg came from it.
Ideal for all Hamburg lovers and first time visitors to the city!

Limited number of participants. Please register for participation at the desired date! Appointments during the week are possible on request.

Hamburgs Klassiker Tour
Happy Birthday, Henry!
© 2016 / Thomas Gisiger

Happy Birthday, Henry!

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Henry's birthday and really want to celebrate big, but something seems to hold him back. Guests are already there, especially his eldest regular customer Greta. And while so ready for the birthday girl, it comes to chatting.
Old and new stories about love and life on the table. At the heart going, snappy, funny - like life just so, the full program just ...

By and with Thomas Schultz
Director: Thomas Gisiger

Doors open at 18:45
Beginning at 19:30
End of Conference 23:30

Admission 73.00 Euro incl. 3-course menu and beverages
plus on the purchase of ADticket or box offices. Fees!

Food and drinks:

Each play we serve our delicious 3-course meal.
Every month, our kitchen a new menu. Take a seat at our long tables, the seats are reserved for you! Anyone who wants to come with his table mates quickly this week.
To our coffee the evening ends enjoyable.

Beverages: Welcome Prosecco, white and red wine, fruit juices, mineral water, coffee, grappa, Williams Christ, homemade Röteli liqueur and homemade heimatlicher liqueur.

Gladly we can also prepare a vegetarian variant of the menu. Pre-registration is required for this purpose. Please contact us with your reservation at it!

Reservations: 040-30 60 65 41 or info@die2teheimat.de

Reserved www.die2teheimat.de / changes

Happy Birthday, Henry!
Afterwork Party, Live Music
© Britta Rating

Happy Monday - Afterworkparty powered by Cub Cuba

After a long day, immerse yourself in the Caribbean flair of Club Cuba for a drink.
Filmmaker Britta Rating started this series of events with Cuban artists and DJs in 2016.
Finally there is the opportunity to celebrate the Caribbean way of life again. NEW! In addition to cool drinks, we serve original Cuban cuisine with live music.
Make a reservation for a table.
If you would like to learn a few Latin steps (even without a partner) in the dance workshop at 6:30 p.m., please register. Cost 10
Latin beats and a good mood pack make Monday the best start to the week

Happy Monday - Afterworkparty powered by Cub Cuba

Hazmat Modine

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Hazmat Modine

Hazmat Modine

Hempels Beatles-Tour

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A music tour to the beginnings of mushroom caps.

Hempels Beatles-Tour
Historische Schifffahrt
© Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg

Historische Schifffahrt

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The ground floor of the museum is dedicated to the theme of historical sailing in Altona. The department opens in a tour through several rooms and includes the collection areas of shipping, shipbuilding, feeder craft, fishing and fishing techniques, vehicle construction and maritime decoration.

Historische Schifffahrt
Historische Häuser am Rübenkamp
© Hamburg News Stadtführungen

Historischer Rundgang durch Barmbek (Gruppen)

Our city tour leads through Barmbek. An old tradition-conscious working-class district, as is already clear at the Rübenkamp.

Almost in passing, we graze the “Museum of Work” a little later - and thus an important part of Hamburg's industrial history. Likewise, the numerous entertainment options that have always existed in Barmbek. We remember the Bertinis, the "Lord of Barmbek", the sites of the novel "Neger, Neger Schornsteinfeger" and looked for the old "Bürgerburg". The "Red Square" played a central role in the so-called "Hamburg Uprising" in 1923.

In terms of urban planning, Barmbek, like the Dulsberg, has been shaped by the architecture of the former Hamburg senior building director Fritz Schumacher since the 1920s. We will also deal with this during this approximately two and a half hour city tour.

Historischer Rundgang durch Barmbek (Gruppen)
Eppendorf historisch
© Hamburg News Stadtführungen

Historischer Rundgang durch Eppendorf und Winterhude

Today Eppendorf and Winterhude are rather trendy districts with a high level. But behind the stucco-decorated facades of the beautiful residential buildings from the 19th century, there is an interesting story that goes back to the 9th century.

Originated as small villages, the Danish kings later claimed power. The Holthusenbad is reminiscent of the history of Eppendorf as a former working class district in the first third of the 20th century. A few decades earlier, the area around the Tarpenbek and on the towpath canal was a recreation area and summer residence for wealthy merchants.

This home-style charm finally prevailed. We enjoy this tour of Kellinghusenpark, Cafe Lindtner and finally the promenade around the old Karstadt building. Other stops on our two and a half hour tour are the Cafe Borchers Destille, the Friedenseiche, the Seelemannpark and Alma Hoppes Lustspielhaus.

It is even more colorful in Winterhude, which is particularly clear on the market square.

Additional appointments for private city tours are possible at any time.
Price per group: from 90.00 EUR.
Then duration: between 90 minutes and 2.5 hours.

Historischer Rundgang durch Eppendorf und Winterhude
Ottensen
© Hamburg News Stadtführungen

Historischer Rundgang durch Ottensen (Gruppen)

It is “hilly” in Ottensen. This is Danish and illustrates the greatest sense of well-being. During our city tour through this popular trendy district, it reminds us that Ottensen was not part of Hamburg for a long time, but of Denmark. First a village, then a center of industry and workers, there are many traces of an interesting history to discover.

We are looking for and find this old Ottensen that originated at the gates of Hamburg. The fact that the Ottensers were called Mottenburgers at this time is another particularly interesting story.

Historischer Rundgang durch Ottensen (Gruppen)
Isemarkt
© Geheimtipp Hamburg

Isemarkt (Ise Market)

With a length of almost one kilometer the Isemarkt is a weekly market with an impressive size. About 200 exhibitors sell theri goods twice a week, in picturesque surroundings and pleasant atmosphere. Meanwhile, the market between the subway stops Hoheluftbrücke and Eppendorf Baum is a part of Hamburg, which takes place since 1949.

 

Isemarkt (Ise Market)
Jan Garbarek Group feat. Trilok Gurtu
© Aagard

Jan Garbarek Group feat. Trilok Gurtu

It is impossible to imagine contemporary jazz without him: Michael Wollny is a bit of a pop star and a bit of a contrarian, taking inspiration from Robert Schumann and Björk alike, sometimes composing complex pieces, and sometimes catchy ones. At the Elbphilharmonie the »consummate master of the piano« (FAZ) can now be heard solo.

Jan Garbarek Group feat. Trilok Gurtu
Jenisch Haus
© Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg

Jenisch Haus

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The Jenisch House is the former manor of the Hamburg Senator Martin Johann Jenisch (1793-1857).

Jenisch Haus
Assumption Day, Galway Bay, Ireland 1971
© Jeremy Hunter

Jeremy Hunter Let's Celebrate 365

During the 8. Triennale of Photography Hamburg 2022, Visulex presents the exhibition Let's celebrate 365 in the gallery and at Hamburg Airport, "Kunst am Gate" Departure Gates C12-C14.

Throughout his long career in photojournalism Jeremy Hunter has traveled the world extensively – not only covering historic events but also documenting regional cultures, their practices, celebrations, and religious ceremonies. Whether secular, sacred, or spiritual, one such rite is taking place somewhere in the world on any given day, explaining the title of the exhibition. Selected from an archive of more than 90.000 images, Let's Celebrate 365 allows us to explore the pulse of the world's diversity.

In a rapidly changing digitally interconnected world, where often ancient cultures and practices are overrun and made obsolete by a relentless drive of global modernization, Jeremy Hunter’s archive not only represents an outstanding body of work but also serves as an invaluable cultural memory. It has been recognized with three UNESCO Photography Awards.

Thus, the project Let's Celebrate 365 fits perfectly with the theme of the 8th Triennial of Photography: Currency. “The 8th edition of the Triennial of Photography Hamburg uses the theme of Currency to invite reflection on the contemporary power of the photograph to relay and relate meaning across distance. Extending this economic term to art and visual culture guides a multipart engagement with photography and its relationship to value-making, canon-making, access, circulation, and knowledge production.”

Jeremy Hunter Let's Celebrate 365
Juden in Hamburg
© Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg

Juden in Hamburg

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The exhibition "Jews in Hamburg" shows the eventful and eventful history of the Jewish inhabitants of the last 400 years: the difficult beginnings around 1600, the arduous process of emancipation to legal equality in the late 19th century and the heyday during the Weimar Republic as well as the time of the National Socialist era Pursuits and the construction of the present community after 1945.

Juden in Hamburg

Katie Freudenschuss: Einfach Compli-Katie!

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Katie Freudenschuss: Just Compli-Katie!

Katie Freudenschuss: Einfach Compli-Katie!
Kinderbuchhaus
© Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg

Kinderbuchhaus

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The children's book house in the Altonaer Museum is one of the few places in Germany where original illustrations from children's and youth books can be seen. The works of well-known illustrators are presented in the rooms of the Kinderbuchhaus in changing, diverse exhibitions.

Kinderbuchhaus
Krimioper - Mord auf Backbord
© 2019/Inken Rahardt

Krimioper - Mord auf Backbord

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Opera arias by Bizet, Verdi and Mascagni as well as Spanish and Italian folk songs

A new thriller! This time it's on a cruise to the Mediterranean. The route goes from Spain to Italy, past Sevilla to Capri and the Gulf of Naples. On board is the glamorous opera singer Aline, who rather involuntarily has to share a cabin with the devoted tourist Rebecca. But then Rebecca turns out to be an undercover investigator who is on the hunt for the internationally wanted criminal José. In the process, the two women repeatedly find themselves in dangerous situations ... Look forward to perfect murders of passion and Mediterranean melodies - from the Andalusian Habanera to the Neapolitan Canzone.

The seats in the 1st category will be tables and the 2nd and 3rd places will be on our grandstand.

Krimioper - Mord auf Backbord
LaLeLu »unplugged«
© Mathias Knoppe

LaLeLu »unplugged«

They do not need a single musical instrument to blow audiences away: With unbridled enthusiasm and a unique mix of vocals, comedy, parody, pop and classical music, the a cappella quartet LaLeLu has thrilled audiences from Flensburg to Zurich for almost 25 years.

LaLeLu »unplugged«
LaLeLu »unplugged«
© Mathias Knoppe

LaLeLu »unplugged«

They do not need a single musical instrument to blow audiences away: With unbridled enthusiasm and a unique mix of vocals, comedy, parody, pop and classical music, the a cappella quartet LaLeLu has thrilled audiences from Flensburg to Zurich for almost 25 years.

LaLeLu »unplugged«
Besucher bestaunen die Straße der Zeit aus Lego(R) im Auswanderermuseum BallinStadt
© Auswanderermuseum BallinStadt

LEGO Special Exhibition: Lisa and Mad's Fantastic Journey Through Space and Time

The summer highlight in Hamburg for families, children and all big and small LEGO fans!

In the exhibition, Lisa and Mads accompany you in their time travel suitcase on an adventure through space and time and immerse yourself in the world of famous personalities from the past and present. A total of 60 large models and specially created MOC's of the Stein Hanse e.V. association will be shown on an exhibition area of around 400 square meters. Built from half a million original LEGO bricks.

The journey through space and time leads from historic Hamburg to Ancient Rome, to the pharaohs and pyramids, to the USA in the present to the future universe. During the exhibition, visitors repeatedly meet historical figures such as Julius Caesar, the Western hero Wyatt Earp, the Queen or Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. With the HAPAG ship "Imperator" (built of more than 10,000 stones), a building of the emigration halls or the 4-meter-long "Road through Time", models are shown that were specially made for the exhibition and have never been exhibited before.

Extra for kids: In two quiz rallies for kids from 4 years and for kids from 7 years, the little visitors go on a journey through space and time. You will meet Julius Caesar, the women of NASA or the Western hero Wyatt Earp. The adventure rallies combine creative WOW effects and educational AHA moments.

LEGO Special Exhibition: Lisa and Mad's Fantastic Journey Through Space and Time

Lime Cordiale

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Lime cordiale

Lime Cordiale
Martha Argerich Festival
© Tim Jentzen

Martha Argerich Festival

For the fourth time since 2018, the Symphoniker Hamburg will host the now legendary Martha Argerich Festival at the Laeiszhalle from 20 to 29 June 2022. Six concerts in the Grand Hall and three concerts in the Recital Hall will feature artists such as Martha Argerich, Daniil Trifonov, Renaud Capuçon, Marina Heredia, Mischa Maisky, Sylvain Cambreling, Leonora Armellini and Sergei Babayan, as well as the legendary jazz fusion band Aka Moon.

Martha Argerich Festival
Martha Argerich Festival
© Josep Piñol Curto

Martha Argerich Festival

Please note: Sylvain Cambreling is ill and cannot perform at this concert. Ricardo Castro will take his place as conductor of the Symphoniker Hamburg.

For the fourth time since 2018, the Symphoniker Hamburg will host the now legendary Martha Argerich Festival at the Laeiszhalle from 20 to 29 June 2022. Six concerts in the Grand Hall and three concerts in the Recital Hall will feature artists such as Martha Argerich, Daniil Trifonov, Renaud Capuçon, Marina Heredia, Mischa Maisky, Sylvain Cambreling, Leonora Armellini and Sergei Babayan, as well as the legendary jazz fusion band Aka Moon.

Martha Argerich Festival

Melissa Etheridge

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Melissa Etheridge

Melissa Etheridge
Gedenkfeier Für Wolfgang Erbens
© Pashmin Art

Memorial service for Wolfgang Erbens - Solo exhibition at the Pashmin Art Gallery Hamburg

Memorial service for Wolfgang Erbens
(1927 - 2010)
Solo exhibition at the Pashmin Art Gallery Hamburg
02.07. - 16.07.2022
Opening on 02.07.2022 at 5pm

"The path of the loner Erbens", with these words begins the autobiography of the Viennese painter Wolfgang Erbens. Since the artist did not want to submit to any marketing at the time, the majority of his works are still undiscovered by the art scene.

Erbens' art ranges from expressionism to surrealism to linear abstract art. He lived and worked in Vienna, but many of his works were created on his study trips through the provinces and abroad. Thus, there are works with motifs in Salzburg, France, Italy, Morocco or the Caribbean. For his work, Wolfgang Erbens received the "Körner Prize" in 1957, the "Silver Rome Medal" in 1958 and the "Silver Cross of Honor of the City of Vienna" in 1989.

In 2019 Wolfgang Erbens autobiography "Mein harter Weg” (“My hard way") was published. In this book, the artist impressively and highly interestingly describes his tough childhood and his career as an academic painter in Vienna Presentation and ready for publication! We would like to invite you to inform yourself about the painter and the art of Erbens and to contact us if you are interested. We are interested in exhibitions or the sale of Erbens original works.

The "Association of Friends of Wolfgang Erbens" has archived the complete works of the artist, consisting of 210 oil paintings, 352 watercolors and 723 drawings, and administers the artistic estate.

The Pashmin Art Gallery cordially invites you to get to know a fine selection of Wolfgang Erbens' works in a two-week solo exhibition. The vernissage on 02.07.2022 will be opened with an address by art historian Dr. Marc Cremer-Thursby.

Memorial service for Wolfgang Erbens - Solo exhibition at the Pashmin Art Gallery Hamburg
dsc_1262-klein
© stadterlebnis.hamburg

Mit allen Sinnen

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Is there in the Old Elbtunnel an echo? Has water taste? How Klinkersteine feel at? Cutie coffee and cocoa beans until they are ground? Can you see through the water the same? Hamburger features and attractions to be discovered with the five human senses. There are a few surprises ...

Mit allen Sinnen
Mode, Musik, Kunst und Theater
© Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg

Mode, Musik, Kunst und Theater

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In this exhibition area, facets of cultural life in Hamburg from the 17th century to today are brought into focus. Noble costumes and accessories from the middle classes of the 18th and 19th centuries from Hamburg as well as the colorful clothes of the 20th century show fashionable trends and social zeitgeist in the Hanseatic city. In the 17th and 18th centuries Hamburg was also the center for music and theater in north Germany. Here many instrument makers worked, here was the first public opera on German soil, and here the Hamburg experienced the most important composers of their time. Exhibits to the stages of the city, paintings by Hamburg personalities and unique pieces such as the harpsichord by Carl Conrad Fleischer from 1716 or the oldest surviving trombone of the world from 1587 reflect this part of Hamburg's cultural history. A special highlight is the largely wooden model of the Solomonic The first sanctuary of the Jews in Jerusalem, built under King Solomon (around 965 - 926 BC), is the temple. This is also where the Hamburg Lukaspokal from 1857 can be found. It is one of the last material testimonies of the Hamburg Artists' Association of 1832 and represents a central chapter of Hamburg's cultural history of the 19th century.

Mode, Musik, Kunst und Theater
Modelleisenbahn
© Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg

Modelleisenbahn

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The model railroad Hamburg registered association operates in the museum for Hamburg history a traffic-historical model railway installation in the scale 1:32 (lane 1). With this rare size ratio, it is one of the largest and oldest model railway systems in Europe.

Modelleisenbahn
Symbolbild
© Pixabay

Neugrabener Markt

In the Marktpassage there are Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays always fresh from the region.

Neugrabener Markt
New-York Hamburger Gummi-Waaren Compagnie
© Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg

New-York Hamburger Gummi-Waaren Compagnie

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At the end of this journey begins the industrial processing of rubber, shown in the history of the New York Hamburger Gummi-Waaren Compagnie (NYH) and housed in three superimposed rooms at the head of the factory.

New-York Hamburger Gummi-Waaren Compagnie

Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets - More Games For May

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Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets - More Games For May

Nick Mason's Saucerful Of Secrets - More Games For May
Flohmarkt Rindermarkthalle St. Pauli
© Schanzenmarkt GbR

Night Fleamarket at Rindermarkthalle St. Pauli

Starting in April, the forecourt of the Rindermarkthalle St. Pauli turns into a flea market under the stars on Wednesday evenings!


Shop for second-hand, furniture, records, art, books, curios & useful at over 50 stalls, accompanied by street food and live music.


Registration for the flea market is easy and can be done online at: www.nachtflohmarkt-rindermarkthalle.de


Event time: Wednesdays 18:00 - 22:00

Night Fleamarket at Rindermarkthalle St. Pauli
Norddeutsche Orchesterakademie
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Norddeutsche Orchesterakademie


The Norddeutsche Orchesterakademie (North German Orchestra Academy) is a project ensemble covering the entirety of northern Germany. Membership is open to music lovers of all age groups and from all professions, and the musical focus is on the major symphonies of the 19th and 20th centuries in particular.

Norddeutsche Orchesterakademie
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Objekte auf dem Museumshof

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With the boom of the construction industry at the beginning of the 20th century, Menck & Hambrock expanded the production of excavators and developed worldwide business relationships.

Objekte auf dem Museumshof
Ólafur Arnalds (2G)
© Anna Maggy

Ólafur Arnalds

Icelandic musician and producer Ólafur Arnalds made his mark for the first time in 2007 with his debut »Eulogy For Evolution«, consisting of a mix of classical instrumentation and indie-rock aesthetics. He later attracted attention through his collaboration with the German musician and composer Nils Frahm, through his minimal-techno project Kiasmos and his soundtrack for the ITV series »Broadchurch«.

Ólafur Arnalds
PINUP AND CATS
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PINUP AND CATS

The popstreet.shop gallery in Hamburg is presenting the collab exhibition by Maaike Dirkx & friends until 31 July. On display are works by the Dutch pinup artist Maaike Dirkx, which she created in collaboration with the street artists liz_art_berlin, superfatcat_official, fatcap_cat, hallokarlo_, tianoo-the-cat, supacat, TTF and _ghostcat_, who specialise in cat motifs. Maaike Dirkx is known, among other things, for the series "sexy Aufstand Reeperbahn" and her art concept "Flakes Store".
In the age of the internet, hardly any animal has gone as viral online as the cat. Whether as a photo or a curious video, the kitties inspire the public. And in artistic representation, too, the motif of the domestic cat looks back on a centuries-old tradition, beginning with ancient Egypt to today's street art scene.

PINUP AND CATS
Piotr Beczała / Kristin Okerlund / Wiener Solistenquintett
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Piotr Beczaa / Kristin Okerlund / Wiener Solistenquintett

Piotr Beczaa is one of today's most sought-after tenors, appearing regularly in top opera houses all over the world. His most recent appearance was at the Vienna State Opera, where he sang the part of Lohengrin in Wagner's eponymous work as well as the Prince in Dvoák's »Rusalka«. At the Elbphilharmonie, Beczaa performs a varied programme of 19th and early 20th century music.
This concert is a journey through the world of opera and operetta: from songs by Franz Lehár through Francesco Paolo Tosti's romance to »L’ultima canzone« to famous arias from Verdi and Puccini operas. Beczaa is accompanied by Kristin Okerlund on the piano and members of the Vienna Philharmonic – the Vienna Soloists Quartet.

Piotr Beczaa / Kristin Okerlund / Wiener Solistenquintett
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Private Harbor Tour in English

This harbor tour with your group takes place on a historic barge or a passenger ship just for your group! Rides are possible at reasonable prices on different types of vessels and with different lengths. Also on-board parties, a fine meal or a well-laid coffee table enjoy your stay on our ships!

During our tour, the Port of Hamburg will be shown to you from its most beautiful side. The tour begins, if the water level permits, in the Speicherstadt and leads from there to the Elbe and the Freeport with its world-famous attractions.

These includes - in addition to the docks, quays and overseas ships - the St. Pauli Landing, the shipyard Blohm & Voss, the container terminal Tollerort, the World Heritage Site of the Speicherstadt, the cruise center in the HafenCity, the large and small museum ships, including the newly emerging HafenCity.

The tour also leads to the harbor museum in Hansahafen. There you can see how harbor work used to work. At the historic fifties shed you can admire beautiful old cranes, also facilities of the port railway and some museum ships. The modern giants of the seas, container ships with up to 20,000 TEU, can be seen at the Tollerort and in the Waltershofer harbor.

While driving, you can hear and see how the Port of Hamburg is developing, but also some first-hand sea yarn. Like the humor at our rides should not be neglected at all. These rides are moderated by the captain of our barges and passenger ships.

Hints:
Here you book whole barges or passenger ships only for your group! You can book different tours with us, also on different topics, which differ both in their duration, as well as in the group sizes. We offer you the matching ships. Also board parties are possible.

All barges and all passenger ships have a closed passenger compartment, which can also be heated in winter. In addition, there is a free deck on all ships. In summer, our ships can be opened to the ceiling, so that there is a perfect driving enjoyment.

The moderation of their journey takes place via the skipper. You can also play your own music on board or use a microphone for your own presentations.

For a surcharge, boat trips in Spanish and French are possible.

Private Harbor Tour in English
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Privater Rundgang vom Rathaus bis zum Kreuzfahrtterminal

With this varied and easy tour, you will get to know the inner city and the old town as well as the Speicherstadt and HafenCity. It starts at the town hall, where the architecture, the symbolism of the sculptures placed there give us something about the Hamburg traditions, but also about the self-confidence of the people of Hamburg.

The town hall, it is located in the old town, near the Jungfernstieg: the best known and most popular promenade in Hamburg. Along the Petri Church, you will go to the cathedral square, where the city was once built with the Hammaburg. You hear about "pepper sacks" and "inmates" who used their work to create a city out of the castle. Also from Vikings and the old customs of the brewer who brought Hamburg to the forefront.

Then it goes to the Trostbrücke, where the old town hall stood. Until the great fire of 1842. Just a few steps further and we are at the first port in Hamburg. With the stacking right, an emperor bestowed this once special privileges. Hamburg has been booming ever since. But was everything really right?

In the further course of our amusing and relaxed tour we come across splendid office buildings, beautiful streets, and also the ruins of the Nikolaikirche. Finally, taking a look at Michel, our main church and the city's landmark, also taking historical Deichstraße with us, we come to the Speicherstadt.

After a short break, we continue our tour there: First in the Speicherstadt, the largest historic warehouse complex in Europe. Millions of tons of cocoa and coffee, fine carpets, expensive spices and all kinds of piece goods were stored here, but also refined and sorted. Crisscrossed by canals and channels on which the so-called Schutenschupser once brought the goods, today there are a particularly large number of museums and cafés in this charming area.

The Hafencity behind is also being built on former port areas. Of course, this is at least as controversial among the Hamburgers as the warehouses used to be. While some speak of a fascinating interplay between »tradition and modern«, for others it is more of a district for the rich and beautiful.

During our tour, which will also include laughing and having fun, we get our own picture. We explore the past and present of this area located directly on the Elbe, without falling into black and white painting. We also take the Sandtor, Dallmann and Kaiserkai, the Magellan and Marco Polo terraces, as well as the new traditional shipping port.

Privater Rundgang vom Rathaus bis zum Kreuzfahrtterminal
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Radtouren auf dem Ohlsdorfer Friedhof (private Gruppen)

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One of the most beautiful corners in Hamburg is the Ohlsdorf cemetery. As the largest park cemetery in the world, its landscaping was so successful that it was awarded a Grand Prix at a world exhibition in 1900. Hardly any other place where the green wealth of our city can be enjoyed! But at the same time, this park is also a treasure chest of history. We see the resistance grove, the memorial for war and persecution, the poet's corner and the graves of important Hamburgers.

Radtouren auf dem Ohlsdorfer Friedhof (private Gruppen)
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Radtouren in Hamburg für Gruppen

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We offer guided group bike tours on various topics:

- at the Ohlsdorf cemetery

- on the Alster and in the Hummelsbüttler Mooren

- on the Elbe island Wilhelmsburg

- in the old country

- in the four and marshlands

- in Harburg and in Harburg's inland port

- in the port of Hamburg and in the Speicherstadt and Hafencity

- on the Elbe island of Finkenwerder

- in the old and inner city of Hamburg including St. Pauli

- on the Wandse and on the Berner Au

- in Altona and Blankenes

- on individually determined topics

The tours are accompanied by experienced bike tour guides. The duration, as you wish, is between 2 hours and full day tours.
If you wish, you can also get in touch with a private bike rental company who can deliver your bike if necessary.

Radtouren in Hamburg für Gruppen
re:set
© 2022 / CDSH

re:set

A reset is a procedure to bring an electronic system to a defined initial state. This may be necessary if the system no longer functions properly and no longer responds to the usual inputs.
People in exhausted societies have always yearned for the new, the different and the better. The current social and ecological crisis, that involves economic hardship for some and an existence-threatening catastrophe for others, is marked by a collective
search for a reset button for civilisation. A reset button for civilisation. In chaos and catastrophe lies a utopian potential for a new beginning.

What could be such an imaginary starting point? A utopian society, a collective consciousness that we are all part of a whole and everything is interconnected at its core. That we share our place in the universe with others. A state achieved by realising that our behaviour, the way we have treated the world and each other, has inevitably come to a crisis.

Instead, we change perspective(s), find creative solutions together, make peace with the ghosts of the past and connect to be ready for what is to come! A tabula rasa - empty and receptive like a blank slate! The possibilities would be unlimited!
Right now we need strong utopias!

"Everyone creates the world anew with his birth, because everyone is the world".
(Rainer Maria Rilke)

With the topic re:set we’re opening an experimental ground for questions related to the utopian, for imaginations of a future – or of various futures, for dreams of new beginnings and for the ambivalent wish to make peace with the past and unify with what can not be undone.

You can see the works of the first and second year on July 1 and 2 at 8:00 pm and on July 3 at 6:00 pm at the Hamburger Sprechwerk. Choreographies by Javier Báez, Tomislav Jelii, Ursina Tossi and Yolanda Morales;

the works of the graduating class on July 7, 8 and 9 at 8:00 pm and on July 10 at 4:00 pm at Hamburger Sprechwerk. Choreographies by international guest choreographers Julie Magneville (France), Salvatore Siciliano (Italy/ Germany) and our artistic director Raul Valdez.

The graduation performances are being funded by the Behörde für Kultur und Medien Hamburg.
Tickets are available on www.cdsh.de

re:set
Richard Thompson
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Richard Thompson

»The best rock songwriter since Dylan, the best electric guitarist since Hendrix« thus the Los Angeles Times about Richard Thompson. And one more dicsipline needs to be added without fail: Thompson is also a legendary singer. He drew international attention at the end of the sixties with the cult band Fairport Convention, then went on to launch a solo career; to this day, he has published countless songs that have had lasting popularity. And even at the age of 70, Thompson is still a phenomenon on stage, as he shows at his solo gig in the Elbphilharmonie.

Please note: This event replaces the cancelled concert from 15 June 2021 and 20 June 2020. Tickets purchased for the postponed concert are valid for this event.

Richard Thompson
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Rundgang durch die Jarrestadt (private Gruppen)

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"New building" in Hamburg-Winterhude by Fritz Schumacher and Karl Schneider.

A quarter for workers and craftsmen in a former industrial location.

The tour starts at Saarlandstraße underground station with an all-round view. Even in Winterhude (south), the Jarrestadt borders on the city park and the Goldbek Canal in the north. In the east and south the Jarrestadt reaches the old industrial location Barmbek (with Barmbeker Stichkanal and Osterbekkanal). The dominant here is Jarrestrasse, which is putting its stamp on the neighborhood. Barmbeker Straße and the Uhlenhorst district are to the west. The workers' quarters that emerged in the late 1920s were something new and special. Just like the residential areas that emerged at that time in Dulsberg, on the Veddel or in Barmbek-Nord, which now firmly enclosed the "old body" of Hamburg.

In terms of construction, the Jarrestadt is characterized by functional district units, such as the various types of industrial and residential complexes, the leisure and local recreation areas, in which, however, education and supply options for everyday goods were also considered. During our tour we take a look at some of them as examples.

The "Red Hamburg", politically and structurally, are a topic of our district tour. We discuss the ideas of Karl Schneider and those of the architects who competed with him. The concept of a close connection between different areas that are important for life. "Living in the green" with visual axis formation a la Fritz Schumacher. This should revolutionarily improve living conditions, especially for ordinary people. The writer Willi Bredel and the "Maschinenfabrik Negel & Kopp", who made the Jarrestadt known far beyond its borders, also fit in with this.

Guided tour of Jarrestadt However, the development of this district has not stopped since then. 90 years of further development have led to changes and transformations that have affected working and living in the Jarrestadt, as well as the social composition of the residents. The district has undergone major changes due to the conversions or demolition of old industrial facilities, which began in the 1960s and continued until the end of the 1980s. The Second World War had already cut a trail before, but the reconstruction did not give up the cooperative idea that characterizes this district.

At the end of the tour, we will deal with the integration and adaptation of the district to its neighboring districts. It did not happen arbitrarily and without dissolving the peculiarities of the Jarrestadt.

Rundgang durch die Jarrestadt (private Gruppen)
Hafencity Rundgang mit Gruppe
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Rundgang durch die Speicherstadt und Hafencity

A guided tour of the World Heritage Site of the warehouse district and following by Hamburg's youngest district, HafenCity is something special! Once this interplay between land and water, between the historical scenes on the one hand, and modern, futuristic buildings on the other hand. Add to this the new Elbe Philharmonic Hall, which now outshines everything.

Pride the citizens of Hamburg are on their memory city, which contributed to the prosperity of its citizens for many years. But 130 years ago, when the first memory emerged this greatest historical warehouse complex in Europe, which was a different place: the memories had to give a medieval old quarter with its nearly 26,000 residents. Because Hamburg was the customs territory of the German Reich, Senate and Parliament were forced to set up a free port. Right in the middle was the residential area, the so was the port.

Million tons of cocoa and coffee, fine carpets, expensive spices and all kinds of general cargo were stored here, refined and sorted. Made up of waterways and canals to which the so-called barges-Schupser brought created the goods are in this delightful area today especially many museums and cafes.

In former port areas, however, arises HafenCity. Long derided as a district for the rich and famous - even by a former mayor described as a "cube cough in the water," the urban planning concept has now improved significantly. Because in addition to sexy, designed by star architect buildings, including green areas and particularly beautiful playgrounds are now emerging. There are also a number of enchanting cafes and the new splendor of the Elbe Philharmonic Hall, so that it seems almost forgotten that the construction costs were still a little on the seams.

During our tour, in which also the laughter and the fun will not come up short, we make our own image. We explore the history and present of this lies directly on the Elbe area, without falling into black and white painting. Because for all opinions, there are good reasons. Even the Sandtor-,Dallmann - and Kaiserkai that Magellan - and Marco Polo Terraces, as well as the new historic harbor, we take with us.

Rundgang durch die Speicherstadt und Hafencity
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Rundgang durch Harburg und durch den Harburger Binnenhafen

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Created 1000 years ago as Horeburg, the once independent city changed its face in the mid-19th century. A small sleepy nest grew into a powerful industrial city with numerous factories. The Phoenix Quarter was created for the workers: simple quarters, interspersed with businesses. Then we see the town hall before continuing on to the inland port: a vibrant place with numerous monuments, a beautiful and exciting conglomerate of the historical and the modern.

Rundgang durch Harburg und durch den Harburger Binnenhafen
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Rundgang durchs schöne Grindelviertel

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The Grindelviertel is a place with contradicting, diverse facets that we want to discover on our tour. Starting at the main building of the university, this city tour leads to Rothenbaumchaussee, to Grand Elysee, but also to the center of the formerly large Jewish community.

We start with an outline of the history of this district, which flourished in the second half of the 19th century. Places, street names, historical buildings are reminiscent of the time when the lifting of the Hamburg gate in 1860 led to a new urban swing. The district was soon popularly known as “Little Jerusalem”.

Although many buildings, including synagogues, were destroyed during the Nazi rule, the district has become a center of Jewish culture again since 2007 with the handover of the Talmud Tora School and some other facilities.

The university was founded in 1919 with almost 40,000 students. Several impressive Wilhelminian style buildings that we discover were created in this context.

Additional appointments for private city tours are possible at any time.
Price per group: from 50.00 EUR.
Duration: between 90 minutes and 2.5 hours

Rundgang durchs schöne Grindelviertel
Stadtmauern im mittelalterlichen Hamburg
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Rundgang: Hamburgs Historischer Stadtkern

Hamburg's historic city center is in this city tour at the center of this, we follow the historical course of the Alster and pass numerous canals.

Many old street names give us clues to the old Hamburg. For example, the Old Wall, reminiscent of the former city fortifications. Today the City Hall is located. At the St. Nicholas Church is the road New Castle. Here the Schauenburger Count settled in the early 12th century. They dominated the old Hamburg. The Deichstraße reminiscent of this old history of our city. Then it's on to the "new town", thus suggesting an early "urban district". Neuer Wall, now a well-known shopping street, reminiscent not least of it.

Rundgang: Hamburgs Historischer Stadtkern

Sammlungsführung

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This tour provides an overview of the entire collection with its expansive installations. Visitors can also gain access to works that are currently not exhibited by looking into the sliding warehouse.


Meeting point in the foyer of the Falckenberg Collection

Regular 15 Euro, concessions 12 Euro incl. Admission and guided tour

Children and young people under 18 as well as Hamburg students of art and art history free



Limited number of participants, booking in the ticket shop required

Sammlungsführung
Schanzenmarkt
© Julien von der Hoeden

Schanzenmarkt

One of the coziest weekly markets in the most beautiful surroundings can be found on the bustling Piazza am Schulterblatt. Whether high-quality food & delicatessen, vintage bicycles, secondhand clothing or creative products from local small entrepreneurs. Here you'll find a smorgasbord of everything your heart desires.


What:
Food and creative
When:
Every Friday from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Where:
At the Piazza on the Schulterblatt
Use this link to become a vendor:
www.schanzenmarkt.de

Schanzenmarkt
Schmidt Mitternachtsshow
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Schmidt Mitternachtsshow

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She is a Hamburg-classics such as Alster, Michel or port: For over 25 years the Schmidt midnight show is a highlight each Reeperbahn stroll, a crowd-pleaser for Hanseaten and tourists alike. Whether the evening will find their grand final or the party afterwards only starts so right!
Every Saturday from midnight ensures the unique mix of insane comedy, wonderful music and daring artistry great entertainment late at night - flashy, colorful and whimsical. Each midnight show is unique. Experience stand-up comedians and breakdance acrobats, magicians and pop poet, jugglers and travesty artists, musicians, sword swallowers and thoughts magician ... short merciless vaudeville with gifted artists and oblique surprise guests - every week!

Schmidt Mitternachtsshow
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Schritt für Schritt durch Hamburg

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Experience on this particular tour the UNESCO World Heritage city and memory Kontorhausviertel with the famous Chilehaus. Learn how a world city originated from a small trading post and enjoy the unique flair of Hamburg. Two exciting and entertainment for young and old.

Schritt für Schritt durch Hamburg

St. Pauli Biertour - Bier und Stadtteil in einer Tour

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St. Pauli Beer Tour - beer and district in one tour

St. Pauli Biertour - Bier und Stadtteil in einer Tour

St. Pauli Kieztour

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Embark on red safari and explore the secrets of the district.

St. Pauli Kieztour
Der St. Pauli Nachtmarkt
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St. Pauli Nachtmarkt | St. Pauli Night Market

The St. Pauli Night Market is not your average weekly market. It takes place at the heart of the Reeperbahn, on the Spielbudenplatz and has with its late opening hours (16:00 - 23:00) not only adpated to the neighborhood but also to the general shopping behavior of our time. The directly enclosed beer garden with its live music stage makes our weekly market an after work meeting point as well and offers residents as well as visitors an unforgetable shopping and enjoyment experience. The fresh groceries from the region are well connected to a relaxing end to the day.


During the Reeperbahn Festival or the Christmas market Santa Pauli, the St. Pauli Night Market moves to the Reeperbahn, close to Boutique Bizrarre.

St. Pauli Nachtmarkt | St. Pauli Night Market
Hans Albers Platz
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St. Pauli Rundgang: Matrosen, Rotlicht und Glitzermeile auf der Reeperbahn

This two and a half hour tour focuses on the area around the Reeperbahn in the entertainment district of St. Pauli. Within sight of the FC St. Pauli stadium beginning, leads the city guide Joachim directly to the "sinful mile", which of course takes its name from Reepschlägern. But that was long ago, which is why at the beginning the question is clarified what the neighborhood and St. Pauli are for today.

As a former chief inspector of the Davidwache tells you this is your city guide firsthand.

Along the Reeperbahn it goes first to Spielbudenplatz and the "Dancing Towers". Foreign space of the live broadcasts for Euro Vision Song Contest is known. Equal vis-à-vis the look but also to "Erotica Boutique Bizarre '. In leisurely pace, it goes beyond the Spielbudenplatz. Of the Esso skyscrapers and the same famous gas station is nothing more to see. The neighborhood to be clean, so fussy, decided politician.

But the glittering world has much inertia. In "St. Funny "You see the waxworks, the performing arts district and the" Docks ", Hamburg's biggest nightclub. Then it goes to David Guard, the most famous police station in the world. Noticeably is the limit for red light and Sperrbezirk to St. Liederlich where the "girls" are.

On the Herbert Street but indeed has no street sign, it screens out. Women's access blocked. The female tour participants can look for it on the second most beautiful view of the city, after Michel, happy, before the look at a club with silk painting adheres. As the old milieu struggling for the future, it is clear at the Hans-Albers-Platz.

Interesting history and funny anecdotes, find out on the way to cult bar "to Silbersackstrasse" where since 1949 hardly anything has changed. Marvel can do this at a "Astra-tuber", ie genuine Hamburger beer.

Cult is the "crack", a cozy pub. How right next to the gang wars of the "GmbH" and the "Nutella-gang" and other well-known neighborhood greats once raged, please contact your city guide firsthand. Then it comes to Beatles Platz and Grosse Freiheit. There is the "Safari" one of two clubs in Europe, where live sex on stage may be shown.

Other stations are the "Männerstrich" and the valley road, where between several gay venues, the Salvation Army is based.

St. Pauli Rundgang: Matrosen, Rotlicht und Glitzermeile auf der Reeperbahn
Treppenhaus Sprinkenhof
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Stadtführung durch das Kontorhausviertel

The beginning of industrialization advancing compression of the lower classes-residential areas was exacerbated by the Great Fire of 1842 and the construction of the warehouse district from 1885th In the course neighborhoods of old and new living conditions prevailed, which seemed intolerable to bourgeois reformers of hygiene, moral, and not least for political reasons. Thus began the 1900 restoration (pronounced stoppage) the three Hamburg Gängeviertel ...

This tour sees this history and its results, which led to Kontorhausviertel. Today, part of world heritage. We wander through this area with its characteristic brick facades, which was built in place of the demolished timbered farms.

We admire not only powerful facades, impressive staircases and expressionistic details. We also learn interesting facts about the builders, on honorable Hamburg merchants and vain architects. But also the fact that in the office buildings always people lived and how Vis-á-vis of Speicherstadt and HafenCity, today awakens the Kontorhausviertel to new self-confidence.

Stadtführung durch das Kontorhausviertel
Hamburger Stadtpark
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Stadtführung durch den Hamburger Stadtpark

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At the end of the 19th century, living conditions were so bad for many that the first director of the art gallery, Alfred Lichtwark, asked himself whether Hamburg "if a large city park is not created will remain habitable in the long run?" It was finally opened on July 1, 1914. Not just for promenading, but as a place of life: with sports and play areas, with lawns to enter, with light and air, even for ordinary people. It was designed by such great horticultural architects as Fritz Schumacher and Otto Linne. To this day, this first public park combines attractive scenic areas with structured parking spaces to form a large whole. A community park with a lively and eventful history, which we will get to know a bit during our tour.

Stadtführung durch den Hamburger Stadtpark
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Stadtführung durch die südliche Neustadt

By 1900, the southern part Neustadt - her most famous district is the Portuguese quarter - the so-called transitions neighborhoods. Characterised by extreme tightness and catastrophic hygienic conditions. In three rehabilitation sections these were laid down. During the tour allows this portion of our local history comprehend. Residues these particular housing conditions we discover finally on Michel where the Kramer's widow Apartments one last remnant of the old Hamburg is to be admired.

On the Fleetinsel but we also see the oldest office in the city. Just as impressive, ornate Wilhelminian buildings that date back to the 1860s. Finally we reach the Großneumarkt. Here we can finally admire some idyllic farms from this period.

Stadtführung durch die südliche Neustadt
Schauspielhaus in St. Georg
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Stadtführung durch St. Georg (Gruppen)

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The colorful St Georg, a small district right next to today's main station, owes its name to a leprosy hospital that existed here in front of the city walls in the Middle Ages. A negative image that the district lost only in the early 20th century. Today St. Georg is a particularly colorful district with a number of hotels and variety theaters.

A quaint quarter, which we can already see on Heidi-Kabel-Platz, where the city tour starts. But St. Georg has many different corners. The long range with many beautiful and extravagant restaurants, the chicken post and the Münzviertel, the Steindamm with its multicultural diversity and also the chic houses and hotels directly on the Außenalster belong to this diverse district.

All of this should be considered on this tour. In past and present.

Stadtführung durch St. Georg (Gruppen)
Brunnen Großneumarkt
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Stadtführung im Gängeviertel und rund um den Großneumarkt

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Hamburgers today primarily associate the Gängeviertel with a small spot near the Gänsmarkt. A remnant of old houses and factories, where today a colorful group of creative artists and life artists try to realize themselves. A colorful splash of color that we will look at.

But the former historic Gängeviertel was much larger. When the “red” quarter was torn down right at the beginning of the Nazi regime, there were once almost 3,500 apartments here. A narrow labyrinth into which a “brown” hardly dared to enter. A proletarian district.

The aim of this tour is to discover this part of the way, which leads us to the Großneumarkt, where today there is also a colorful cultural scene at home.

Gängeviertel - this is how residential areas of the 19th and 20th centuries were once named, in which almost only workers and their families lived. Half-timbered building in poor quality, which was crisscrossed by narrow streets. A labyrinth of houses with numerous backyards, gateways and the eponymous corridors.

With our tour we want to relive the history of this district. Their diversity, their vibrant life. Your secrets.

Additional appointments for private city tours are possible at any time.
Price per group: from 90.00 EUR.
Then duration: between 90 minutes and 2.5 hours.

Stadtführung im Gängeviertel und rund um den Großneumarkt
Ohlsdorfer Friedhof
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Stadtführung über den Ohlsdorfer Friedhof

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The Ohlsdorf Cemetery is a globally recognized work of art. An ensemble of tombs, sculptures and park design. An oasis of calm and at the same time a treasure chest of Hamburg history.

On this tour we pass the revolutionary monument of 1918, the Althamburg Memorial Cemetery, the honor grove of the resistance fighters against the Nazi dictatorship, the blood beech area, the poet's corner and the old crematorium. Magnificent tombstones from different times testify to different burial cultures. It seems paradoxical: But nowhere else is the diversity and contradiction of Hamburg's history as vivid and clear as in this beautiful park, which was awarded a prize at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1900.

But there are also odd things to be marveled at, such as the tomb of the "King of Albania" or a tombstone with a letter slot and the words "No advertising". After all, our tour should not be a funeral march.

It is very interesting to keep track of different burial cultures from recent history. We will also marvel at the graves of well-known Hamburgers, such as the graves of Henry Vahl, Gustaf Gründgens, Ida Ehre, Fritz Schumacher, Alfred Lichtwark or the family graves of the Hafenbeks.

Additional appointments for private city tours are possible at any time.
Price per group: from 90.00 EUR.
Then duration: between 90 minutes and 2.5 hours.

Stadtführung über den Ohlsdorfer Friedhof
Treppenhaus Kontorhausviertel
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Stadtführung zum Weltkulturerbe: Speicherstadt und Kontorhausviertel

The warehouse district is the largest contiguous, uniform embossed memory ensemble in the world. It conveys in a unique way the maritime industry architecture of historicism and modernism. The Chile House, which belongs to Kontorhausviertel, was shortly after its Fertiggestellung 1924 as artwork and new landmark for Hamburg. Both areas now form the Hamburg World Heritage Site as recognized by UNESCO.

And yet both neighborhoods are very different. Architectural styles range from here Neogothic to Expressionism. The joint is however in history. For both areas were once large hamburger residential areas, in the were mainly workers from the port and shipyards at home. This late 19th century and the first part of the 20th century was then concluded. The houses on the Brook gave way to a free port. Your arise associated with the separation of manual and mental labor. The mental work took place from then on in the office buildings.

We admire the brick ensemble of 15 warehouses, the canals and bridges. Then the office buildings, which are so powerful and impressive that they impress to this day.

Stadtführung zum Weltkulturerbe: Speicherstadt und Kontorhausviertel
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Stadtführungen auf der Elbinsel Wilhelmsburg (private Gruppen)

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Wilhelmsburg is Hamburg's largest and most diverse district. Neglected for decades, the big island in the river is increasingly in the interest of Hamburg: because of its scenic beauty, its industrial romanticism, as a place to live, but also for large-scale projects of various kinds. In 2013, the International Building Exhibition (IBA) and the International Garden Show Hamburg (IGS) took place here ) instead of. They are part of a complex revaluation process that does not seem to be over yet.

Two themed tours deal specifically with this process: a bike tour and a tour that looks at the changes especially in the west of Wilhelmsburg and in the middle of Wilhelmsburg.

There are also our classic tours, such as the large bike tour across the island to Bunthäuser Spitze and the tours in the west of Wilhelmsburg (Reiherstieg district) and in the east of Wilhelmsburg. They do not exclude this process either, but they refer above all to the history of this island, to its peculiarities, and also to natural paradises to be found here.

As a workers' residential area, the district has always been shaped by developments in the port. Immigrants from Poland and eastern Germany found work and bread here at the end of the 19th century. They were followed by immigrants from Portugal, Spain, Italy and Greece, Turkey and other countries from the mid-1960s.

Today Wilhelmsburg is a very lively and at the same time relatively poor district, shaped by many nations and cultures. Due to rationalization in the port and logistics companies, many jobs were lost. The appreciation process initiated by the Senate with the IBA and the IGS is therefore welcomed by many. But not everything about IBA and IGS is positive for Wilhelmsburg.

The old air-raid shelter stands in the middle of the Reiherstieg district. It commemorates the Second World War, the rule of the Nazis, the hundreds of forced laborers who had to work here. But just a few steps away, we come across traces of resistance. We hear about the actions of student Hans Leipelt and worker athlete Rudolf Mokry. We are where the war and the Nazis were fought and fought again and again.

Beyond these beautiful old buildings, we recognize grain silos, large container areas and industrial plants. A third of the Elbe island is controlled by the port development company HPA. What does that mean for the people on the island?

Wilhelmsburg is a district full of contradictions: the best way to experience untouched natural paradises is from a bicycle saddle. However, we also visit the Tide floodplain forest, which is unique in Europe, during our tours in the east of Wilhelmsburg. A sea of reeds, grasses, trees and branches lures here.

We will deal with all of this during our tours, bike rides and barge rides on the subject of Wilhelmsburg. Each with a different focus. Often in the end associated with the opportunity to stop.

Stadtführungen auf der Elbinsel Wilhelmsburg (private Gruppen)
Stadtgeschichtlicher Rundgang
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Stadtgeschichtlicher Rundgang

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The tour of the entire first floor is devoted to Hamburg's eventful history from its beginnings as a small settlement Hammaburg in the 9th century until today. It gives an insight into the development of economy, trade, port and the city.

Stadtgeschichtlicher Rundgang
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Stadtrundgang durch Planten un Blomen

Planten un Blomen is a wonderful Hamburg city park. In the middle of downtown is a haven of peace and place a very interesting botanical garden. With our tour of this park and its history want to explore, because where is the Botanical Garden today, once ran the city fortifications between Hamburg and St. Pauli. After this ancient city wall was torn down in 1820, arose English landscape gardens here. Soon a popular destination Hamburg.

Following is a brief detour in 1963 and 1973 characterized by horticultural exhibitions ramparts. Finally, it is up to the St. Petersburg road, where today are the exhibition halls. Here we find the remains of an ancient Friedhofsmit a grave chapel of the 18th century.

Stadtrundgang durch Planten un Blomen
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STADTRUNDGANG HAMBURG IM MITTELALTER (Gruppen)

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This tour of Hamburg's old town, passing through several Hamburg main churches, deals with the life and customs of Hamburg's residents in the Middle Ages.

At the beginning of our tour, we beam back to 1330. At that time, Hamburg was still fighting for its freedom! A foreign city. Fortunately, we have a city map from that time. So we quickly recognize that we are in Steenstrate at the beginning of our tour. We are in the St. Jacobi parish, a poor district where many inmates live. Illegal immigrants who are used as cheap labor in the 5,000-inhabitant city. The poor devils ran away from their nobles in the country ...

It is not far from St. Jacobi to St. Maria, a large, powerful cathedral that can be seen everywhere. Behind him is the Olde Market on Reykenstrate, where there is nice hot spiced wine and it also smells of beer. Almost 400 breweries can be found in this district alone. No wonder, because the Hamburg beer "makes sterile women fertile again, gives dark faces a reddish color", as even the Swedish bishop acknowledged ...

Then it continues to the Roland statue, which has been a symbol of freedom, freedom from the nobility, in the city for several years now ...

Shortly afterwards we are at Olde Radhus, where a review is being read out by Mayor Kersten Miles. There we meet Simon from Utrecht. A Dutchman who now has civil rights. He is talking about his campaign against Claus Störtebecker ...

Note: Since there are no buildings from this old time (with the exception of the archaeologically uncovered foundation of the former bishop's tower), this tour lives through the stories of the city guide, who slips into the role of a councilor during the tour. The structure of the city, whose essential spatial features have been preserved to this day, can be clearly seen on the basis of an old map, which each participant receives as a copy. Certain symbols that can be recognized on different buildings, including the course of certain streets, serve as stopping points to give the narrative of the city guide a spatial reference.

Back then, Hamburg was still fighting for its freedom. How this happened is the subject of this tour. Just like the Hamburg tradition of brewing beer. Because at that time beer was the main export good for Hamburg residents ... But the participants also learned a lot of other interesting things: What was the role of women in Hamburg at the time? Was there tourism back then? Why was the Alster dammed up? Was there already a citizenship or how was the almighty city council appointed?

STADTRUNDGANG HAMBURG IM MITTELALTER (Gruppen)

Stadtrundgang Innenstadt

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City tour downtown

Stadtrundgang Innenstadt

Stadtteilrundgang durch Pöseldorf und Harvestehude (private Gruppen)

The tour starts at the underground station Hallerstraße with an all-round view, because here the district boundary between Harvestehude and the district of Rotherbaum, to which a larger part of Pöseldorf belongs, can be felt particularly well. Both parts of the city are west of the Outer Alster and have a lot of well-known facilities and particularly interesting buildings.
Right at the beginning of our tour of the district, this includes the tennis and media center on Rothenbaum, the radio station of the Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR), but also the newly developed, innovative residential quarters on the former HSV football pitch and the Elbe terraces.

City tour in Pöseldorf and Harvestehude:
the fine address in Hamburg

Then it goes towards Pöseldorf. Nowhere else in Hamburg is there a comparable mix of such spacious, elegant villas, but also small, pretty paths and dreamy courtyards. The district is also livened up by numerous trendy restaurants, elegant as well as cozy cafés and a variety of still owner-managed shops.

Pöseldorf has history. In its current form, it was created after 1860, when many wealthy Hamburgers settled on a former garden site directly on the Alster. The Pöseldorfer music history is of course even more famous: here was the "Uncle Pö", in which Udo Lindenberg, Marius Müller-Westernhagen and many, many other show greats "pissed off" in the 1970s. They started their careers here with hand-made music. Pöseldorf also became famous for world-famous fashion designers such as Wolfgang Joop, Jill Sander and Karl Lagerfeld, who also started their international careers in Pöseldorf. A flair of which you can still feel a lot today.

Harvestehude & Pöseldorf You will then also see the Ethnographic Museum with the neighboring tea house, the surrounding magnificent buildings from the 19th century, which today often house consulates, the famous Curiohaus and finally the "Alte Rabenstraße" jetty on the banks of the Alster. The magnificent building is located nearby, and until recently the US Consulate General was located there. The former Gruner & Jahr publishing building, which is popularly known as "monkey rock", contrasts with this. Again and again we move on this district tour in a "Who is Who" distinguished merchants and famous builders who found their properties here.

The music academy, a star chef and the "Theater im Zimmer" can then be admired on the way back in a northerly direction. Also the green Alster foothills and the wonderfully beautiful Alster lake. Harvestehude goes back to a monastery that was built here at the end of the 13th century. After the gate was lifted in 1860, a number of villas and elegant apartment buildings were built here. Today, the district is one of the most elegant and expensive neighborhoods in Hamburg.

You can also see this on the Sophienterrasse, at St. Nikolai and then at the Klosterstern. Its parceling, but also the memory of the poet Friedrich von Hagedorn, let this tour on the Klosterstern or the Krugkoppel bridge - again on the Alster - end pleasantly.

We are planning a city tour in a relaxed form, in which the participants can enjoy with their senses what there is to admire. We also want to remind you of some builders, architects, city planners and merchants who have left special traces in these neighborhoods. These include Fritz Schumacher, Eduard Brinkama, Johann Heinrich Böckmann, John Fontenay, Arthur Lutteroth and Henry Sloman. Up to Michael Kühne, who will open one of the most posh hotels in Europe this year at Fontenay.

Stadtteilrundgang durch Pöseldorf und Harvestehude (private Gruppen)
Stamp 2019
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STAMP Festival

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STAMP is the program. The initials stand for Street Art Melting Pot and that's all it says. The STAMP Festival is the melting pot for street arts in the north. More than 2,000 artists from all over the world offer street art at the highest level at eleven venues. 200,000 enthusiastic visitors can look forward to an opening performance, an extraordinary interplay of parades, street artists, hip-hop and urban art from all over the world. The focus is on different types of hip-hop and a range of street art objects from graffiti to stancil to installation.

The special atmosphere of the STAMP comes about through the extraordinary interaction of parade groups, street artists from all over the world, hip-hop and urban art. The performances are framed by the world market, where traders and artisans sell their art objects, smart merchandise and curiosities from all over the world. In the Gastro Plaza, various restaurants and mobile restaurateurs with international food and drinks, seating and lounge areas invite you to linger and watch the festival happenings.

STAMP Festival
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Stückgutfrachter MS Bleichen

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General cargo carriers such as the MS BLEICHEN shaped the image of the Port of Hamburg before the time of container ships

Stückgutfrachter MS Bleichen
Tag der Helden
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Tag der Helden

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"Hey Brain, what are we going to do on Sunday night?"
"The same thing we do every night, Pinky! We're trying to take over world domination !! "
It's that time again: The day of the heroes is finally back!
This time more violent and epic than ever, because now the ceiling is blown away for the first time in Schmidtchen! A room full of grown-up kids yelling all cartoon hits in chorus and getting the full nostalgia ring! This is played by the Love Rockets, live and in the triple Sayajin mode!
Be there when the kids from the Süderhof compete against the Addams Family, when Mila Superstar flies like the swallows over the Fujiyama and we all together demand: "Play the same song again!"
Two, one, risk!

Tag der Helden
Fischmarkt am Donnerstag
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Thursday's Fish Market

Between Große Elbgaustraße and Altonaer Fischmarkt you can discover curious things every Thursday. Between fresh foods and delicious treats you will meet the people of St. Pauli and enjoy a cold beer.

Thursday's Fish Market
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TINA - Das Original Tina Turner Musical in Hamburg

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TINA - The Original Tina Turner Musical in Hamburg

TINA - Das Original Tina Turner Musical in Hamburg
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Töpferstube

Venue: Large ramparts


From 02 May to 21 August / Tue - Fri, 15:00 - 18:00

Do you want to create great creations, fantasy figures or classic little works of art with sound and color? Then we are happy to come by: We offer a professional guide for children from 5 years.

without registration - free admission - everyone is allowed to donate something to the Ton-Kasse

Töpferstube
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TRUDE

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TRUDE is probably the largest and most gluttonous lady in Hamburg.

TRUDE
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Ü33 Workshop Aufführung

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At the end of a Ü33 Stage School Musical workshop, the program will be publicly performed. Everyone can, but nobody has to go on stage. In recent years, however, it has been shown that this event was the absolute highlight for every participant. Even those who were previously plagued by stage fright, fear sweats and panic, felt indescribably good afterwards. Of course, the thunderous applause of the audience also contributes to this. Primarily, this offer is aimed at the family and friends of the workshop participants.

Ü33 Workshop Aufführung
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Wasserlichtkonzerte

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Free admission - no registration - simply spread out a picnic blanket on the meadow at Parksee and experience the fascination of water, light and music.

01.05.-31.08. at 22 o clock
01.09.-30.09. at 21 o'clock

The music program 2020 will be released in February.

daily * Monday-Sunday * also on public holidays

 

The water light organ is played live: in sync with the music “off the line”, colorfully lit water fountains move according to a specially written score. Aaron Copeland's “Fanfare for the common man” traditionally starts at the beginning. Two artists each implement the arrangements: one moves the water fountain over the controls, the other plays the "light piano". Whether Hamburg or Hamburg visitors - you have to experience this spectacle for the senses. This can be confirmed by the approximately 300,000 visitors annually. Since the renovation in 2019, 566 LED headlights with up to 32W (instead of before 2019 = 762 headlights with up to 500 watts) have been combined in switching groups of different colors on the "Lichtklavier". The light piano alone has 95 white keys. Two pumps draw the water from the fountain basin. The water is sprayed in virtuoso forms through 99 water jets. The main beam can reach a height of 36 meters. The water light organ moves as much water as a city with 500,000 inhabitants uses per hour. In addition to the colored water light concerts in the evening, there are water games (without light) at 2, 4 and 6 p.m.

Wasserlichtkonzerte
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Wasserlichtkonzerte

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Free admission - no registration - simply spread out a picnic blanket on the meadow at Parksee and experience the fascination of water, light and music.

01.05.-31.08. at 22 o clock
01.09.-30.09. at 21 o'clock

The music program 2020 will be released in February.

daily * Monday-Sunday * also on public holidays

 

The water light organ is played live: in sync with the music “off the line”, colorfully lit water fountains move according to a specially written score. Aaron Copeland's “Fanfare for the common man” traditionally starts at the beginning. Two artists each implement the arrangements: one moves the water fountain over the controls, the other plays the "light piano". Whether Hamburg or Hamburg visitors - you have to experience this spectacle for the senses. This can be confirmed by the approximately 300,000 visitors annually. Since the renovation in 2019, 566 LED headlights with up to 32W (instead of before 2019 = 762 headlights with up to 500 watts) have been combined in switching groups of different colors on the "Lichtklavier". The light piano alone has 95 white keys. Two pumps draw the water from the fountain basin. The water is sprayed in virtuoso forms through 99 water jets. The main beam can reach a height of 36 meters. The water light organ moves as much water as a city with 500,000 inhabitants uses per hour. In addition to the colored water light concerts in the evening, there are water games (without light) at 2, 4 and 6 p.m.

Wasserlichtkonzerte
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Weekly Maraket at the Sachsenfeld

Regional dealers offer fruits, veggies and more fresh groceries at this weekly market close to the S-Bahn station Hammerbrook.

 

Weekly Maraket at the Sachsenfeld
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Weekly Market in Langenhorn

Twice a week regional dealers build their booths at the weekly market in Langenhorn to offer fresh fruit, veggies, meat and fish as well as other groceris.

Weekly Market in Langenhorn
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WICKED - Das Musical in Hamburg

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WICKED - The Musical in Hamburg

WICKED - Das Musical in Hamburg
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Wochenmakt am Völkerkundemuseum

The approximately 15 market stalls open the square in front of the museum on Saturday from 8 am to 2 pm with fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, meat products and bakery products.

Wochenmakt am Völkerkundemuseum
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Wochenmarkt am Goldbekufer

Boasting a prime location come three times a week residents around the Goldbekufer together, to stock up on fresh food from the region. In addition, the market offers a variety of colorful flowers.

Wochenmarkt am Goldbekufer
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Wochenmarkt am Osdorfer Born

Fresh fruit, seasonal vegetables and meat from the region can be found on the small weekly market on Thursdays in front of the Born Center.

Wochenmarkt am Osdorfer Born
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Wochenmarkt am Quedlinburger Weg

For market lovers there are fresh and more to discover. Mainly residents from Niendorf and the surrounding area come here to dealers of their choice in order to get hold of fresh market products.

Wochenmarkt am Quedlinburger Weg
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Wochenmarkt am Ratsmühlendamm

At the weekly market at Council Mühlendamm offer retailers from the region Fresh and delicious in a nice atmosphere.

Wochenmarkt am Ratsmühlendamm
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Wochenmarkt am Rauschener Ring

Near the Hamburg military hospital there is always fresh food on Saturdays. In Rauschener floor traders make from the environments to their market stalls and offer fruits, vegetables, fish or meat for sale.

Wochenmarkt am Rauschener Ring
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Wochenmarkt am Schlump

The small weekly market in the Gustav-Falke-Straße am Schlump invites twice a week for fresh buying.

Wochenmarkt am Schlump
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Wochenmarkt am Tibarg

In this weekly market where market Friends appealing merchandising of herbs on vegetables and fish to fresh flowers and more. Of course, is always time for a Klönschnack with bratwurst and drink!

Wochenmarkt am Tibarg
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Wochenmarkt am Turmweg

Since the sixties, residents meet at the weekly market on Turmweg to discover Fresh and pass the time itself. The market is between Rothenbaumchaussee and St. John's Church.

Wochenmarkt am Turmweg
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Wochenmarkt an der Wählingsallee

Anyone looking for fresh market products in Schnelsen, this is the place. Here retailers and residents encounter a small talk in the morning in trubeliger market atmosphere. Parking is available.

Wochenmarkt an der Wählingsallee
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Wochenmarkt auf dem Berta-Kröger-Platz

Twice a week, offer traders on de Berta-Kröger-Platz fresh vegetables, fruits and other products from the region. The weekly market has also Kramwaren offer.

Wochenmarkt auf dem Berta-Kröger-Platz
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Wochenmarkt auf dem Hallerplatz

On the eight to ten booths, there is everything that customers are looking for on a weekly market: fresh fruits and vegetables, fish, meat, flowers and baked goods. There are also prepared dishes and a lunch table from the "Sosumi" sales car, the "Sahnschnitte" with baked goods from the "Alte Land" and the flower factory Anna Barnstorf.

 

Wochenmarkt auf dem Hallerplatz
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Wochenmarkt auf dem Spritzenplatz

In multicultural atmosphere of the smallest of the urban farmer's markets with varied stalls invites you to stroll, snacking and Buy.

Wochenmarkt auf dem Spritzenplatz
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Wochenmarkt auf dem Straßburger Platz

Fish and meat products, fruit and vegetables and flowers are on offer in the market square, which is located directly at the Frohgebotschaftskirche.

Wochenmarkt auf dem Straßburger Platz
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Wochenmarkt auf dem Stübenplatz

In the center of Wilhelmsburg there twice a week Fresh and Tasty from the region. In addition to fruits and vegetables here also offer meat, fish and cheese makers their wares. There are also flowers and housewares.

Wochenmarkt auf dem Stübenplatz
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Wochenmarkt auf dem Wiesendamm

The weekly market on the Wiesendamm, opposite the Barmbek train station, also offers fruit and vegetables, flowers, fish and sausage as well as cheese.

Wochenmarkt auf dem Wiesendamm
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Wochenmarkt im Meurerweg

Situated next to the Horner Rennbahn dealers from the region build once a week on their stands. In Meurerweg then offer hawking fresh fruit, vegetables, meat or fish.

Wochenmarkt im Meurerweg
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Wochenmarkt in Bergedorf-West

Residents and visitors gather in here and get hold of fresh products from the region. Flowers, vegetables, fruit and meat - the market traders offer everything your culinary heart desires.

Wochenmarkt in Bergedorf-West
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Wochenmarkt in der Grelckstraße

The weekly market in Grelckstraße belongs with about 14 stalls to the smaller markets in Hamburg. In a pedestrian street, he invites guests once a week for a stroll and to buy a Fresh.

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Wochenmarkt in der Großen Bergstraße

Vegetables, fruits, bakery and fresh meat and fresh fish are just some of the culinary specialties, the market visitors can get hold of in the Great mountain road. The market stalls also keep flowers and other products from the region prepared.

Wochenmarkt in der Großen Bergstraße
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Wochenmarkt in der Hartzloh

Cosy market stroll in the open: The weekly market in the Hartzloh makes its splendid location specific market experience. Here offer retailers from around Fresh, Tasty and Regional for sale.

Wochenmarkt in der Hartzloh
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Wochenmarkt in der Hermann-Balk-Straße

Since the late 80s Jahe already provide the merchant at the market in the Hermann-Balk-street residents with food from the region. In a family atmosphere bring the market stalls of fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and flowers to men and women.

Wochenmarkt in der Hermann-Balk-Straße
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Wochenmarkt in der Kandinskyallee

In the Kandinskyallee one takes place of two weekly markets in Billstedt. Here residents and all other market visits provide them with fresh fruits, vegetables and other foods directly from the region.

Wochenmarkt in der Kandinskyallee
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Wochenmarkt in der Möllner Landstraße

Fresh fruit, vegetables, fish, meat or cheese: to residents and visitors market supply with delicious from the region on the weekly market in the Möllner highway.

Wochenmarkt in der Möllner Landstraße
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Wochenmarkt in der Rolfinckstraße

Before Skymarkt in Rolfinckstrasse build retailers from around twice a week their stalls to provide residents with fresh food from the region.

Wochenmarkt in der Rolfinckstraße
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Wochenmarkt in der Wedeler Landstraße

Twice a week provided the merchant at the market in the Wedel highway residents and all visitors market with fresh and good products from the region.

Wochenmarkt in der Wedeler Landstraße
Wochenmarkt in Sasel
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Wochenmarkt in Sasel

Not far from the Saseler parks offer traders on the market Saseler twice weekly fresh food from the region.

Wochenmarkt in Sasel
Wochenmarkt Kattjahren/Halenreie
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Wochenmarkt Kattjahren/Halenreie in Volksdorf

Whether fish, meat, vegetables or fruit - the traders at the market Kattjahren / Halenreie in Volksdorf offer from early morning until shortly after noon fresh treats from the region!

Wochenmarkt Kattjahren/Halenreie in Volksdorf
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Wochenmarkt Vogelweide

Everything for everyday use is offered by this small market on the square between Wohldorfer Straße and Volksdorfer Straße: fruit and vegetables, cheese, fish and flowers.

Wochenmarkt Vogelweide

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