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Ob Druckerei, Handelskontor, Metallwerkstatt oder Sonderausstellung: Das Museum der Arbeit in Hamburg-Barmbek zeigt Hamburger Industrie-, Technik- und Sozialgeschichte. Auf dem Museumshof steht TRUDE, mit der die 4. Elbtunnelröhre gegraben wurde, als technisches Denkmal.

 

General information

Museum der Arbeit Eingang Neue Fabrik

Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg
Museum der Arbeit
Wiesendamm 3
22305 Hamburg
Germany
directly opposite Barmbek U/S-Bahn station

Tel. +49 (0) 40 428 133 0
Fax +49 (0) 40 428 133 330
E-Mail info@museum-der-arbeit.de

Opening hours
Monday 13.00 – 21.00
Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 – 17.00
Sunday and public holidays 10.00 – 18.00

Public holidays
We are closed on 1st May, 24th / 25th December, 31st December and 1st January; on all other public holidays we are open from 10.00 – 18.00

Admission
€ 7.50 for adults
€ 6 for groups of more than 10
€ 4.50 for vocational college students over 18, students under 30, apprentices and trainees, job seekers, social security recipients, young people doing voluntary work in their gap year.

Free admission for children and young people under 18, members of the press, carers accompanying a disabled visitor, members of the Deutsches Museumsbund, members of the foundation council and the board of trustees of SHMH, board members and foundation council members of the state museums, ICOM, BVGD, members of the Friends of the SHMH, members of the Verein für Hamburgische Geschichte, BBK, Verband Deutscher Kunsthistoriker

Guided tours on Mondays: no extra charge
Sunday tours: ticket plus €2
Audioguide: free of charge

Getting here

By S-/U-Bahn
U3 and S1, S11 to Barmbek. The museum is located directly opposite the station.