Museum visit – Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum Leibniz-Institut für Maritime Geschichte (German Maritime Museum Leibniz – Institute of Maritime History)

At the German Maritime Museum, you can experience peoples’s multifaceted, centuries-old relationship with the sea. Explore here how much shipping has to do with your life today. On this journey  you will learn what the fascinating exhibits have to tell you about yesterday and tomorrow. In addition to special exhibitions, a very fascinating wreck awaits you, the Bremen cog from 1380, which is the world’s best preserved trading ship of the Middle Ages. The exhibition around the cog shows the over 600 year old shipwreck in the light of modern research. In the museum harbour you can visit the deep-sea salvage tug SEEFALKE, the whaling steamer RAU IX and the harbour tug STIER. You will gain exciting insights into the former life on board.

At the moment many counselling offices are closed to the public. Please ask via phone or email if they still offer counselling. In many cases counselling can be done by phone or email. Many other offices and venues are completely closed. Most of the courses and activities have been canceled. If you need to know about the status of this place or activity, please contact them first.
ProviderDeutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum Leibniz-Institut für Maritime Geschichte
AddressHans-Scharoun-Platz 1, 27568 Bremerhaven

15.03.2021-14.11.2021 täglich 10.00-18.00 Uhr
16.11.2021-14.03.2022 dienstags-sonntags 10.00-18.00 Uhr

15.03.2021-14.11.2021 täglich 10.00-17.45 Uhr

Contact PersonHerr Thomas Joppig
Phone+49 471 482070
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Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum Leibniz-Institut für Maritime Geschichte

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