U-Boot Museum Hamburg, Hamburg
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Walk through a real Russian Soviet submarine--the largest of its type in the world--at U-Boot Museum Hamburg at the St. Pauli Fish Market. Built in 1975, this historic army vehicle was used by the Russian navy for hunting, espionage, and patrol purposes. You'll quickly get a feel for the tight living conditions faced by the boat's 78-man crew. The different areas of the submarine are well-marked, allowing you to understand the vessel's history and purpose more easily. Due to the cramped quarters, claustrophobes should avoid this museum. Work out when and for how long to visit U-Boot Museum Hamburg and other Hamburg attractions using our handy Hamburg vacation builder.
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Kurzformel: interessant, aber ein bisschen zu teuer, für das was geboten wird. Die geführte Tour kostet sogar noch einen extra Aufschlag. Bei der Runde ohne Führung geht man alleine durch das U-Boot.Abbreviation: interesting, but a bit too expensive, what is available for the. The guided tour will cost even an extra charge. In the round without a guide walking alone through the submarine.show original
The U boot is a really intresting Sightseeing point in Hamburg, really unbelievable, how the were live there. Just for those people, who does not have claustrophobia!
Unlike most things in Hamburg, this museum is not well signed, but because we knew it to be on the water, we just kept walking along the water until we found it. It wasn't too expensive to get in. You... read more »
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