Visit the beautiful old sailing ship called Rickmer Rickmers and learn what life at sea was like in the nineteenth century.
Walk through the decks, halls and rooms of a real 19th century sailing ship
Learn how life was on board and feel as if you were sailing without leaving Hamburg
See the crew, clothes, photos and items used on board during the voyages of the ship
Have you ever wondered how life used to be on a sailing ship? Anchor at the museum ship Rickmer Rickmers and explore the ship built in 1896. Learn more about its travels, see how life was on board and travel back in time!
Captain Hermann-Hinrich Ahlers left Bremerhaven for Hong Kong as early as 1896. On board were two rowers, a cook, a carpenter, a sailmaker and a donkey (yes, a donkey!), 14 sailors and four ship's boys. They sailed across stormy seas to return with rice and bamboo. Supermarkets have never sounded so good, have they?
Find out what everyday life is like aboard Rickmer Rickmers, one of the port's most popular attractions. Walk through the halls and decks of a real historic ship, complete with stories, and enjoy the atmosphere!
The displays and reconstructions are designed to make you feel like you're really sailing, but luckily you can always get off - and never get wet.
10-18 o'clock open.
The last admission is 30 minutes before closing.
Free entrance for children under 4 years.
• Entrance to the museum ship
• Entrance to the Escape Room
Museum ship Rickmer Rickmers: Bei den St. Pauli-Landungsbrücken 1a, 20359, Hamburg.
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