Archaologisches Museum Hamburg, Hamburg

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The Archäologisches Museum Hamburg (Hamburg Archaeological Museum; formerly the Helms-Museum) is an archaeological museum in the Harburg borough of Hamburg, Germany. It houses the archaeological finds of the city of Hamburg and the neighbouring counties to the south of the city. It focuses on northern German prehistory and early history as well as the history of the former city of Harburg. The museum is also home to the cultural heritage landmarks commission of the city of Hamburg and the adjacent district of Harburg in Lower-Saxony and thus supervises all archaeological undertakings in the region.

The museum has two major exhibition spaces. The future City Museum of Harburg, temporary exhibitions, the library, offices and small storage facilities are located in the main building, which is shared with the Harburger Theater at Museumsplatz 2. The permanent archaeological exhibition and education facilities are located nearby, at Harburger Rathausplatz 5. In addition, the Museum maintains as external branches the exhibition area of the 12th-century Bischofsturm (Bishop's Tower) in Hamburg's old town, the Fischbeker Heide archaeological trail at Neugraben-Fischbek and the 8th-century hillfort of Hollenstedt.
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  • This has to be one of the worst archaeology museums I have ever visited in my life. It's only two small floors with a mixture of art facts and Modern Art. There is also an exhibition in the other...  more »
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  • Really excellent. A dive into the earlier history of human civilisation. While the focus lies on times long gone, other, more recent events are also dealt with. From the invention and utilisation of fire to World War II.
  • Really well presented museum, i thought the ground floor was great way of having your kids interact with the findings of the region. Its a bit of a cross between art displays and fun way to get into some of the exhibits. If you have a free hr or 1.5 hrs it would be well spent. It even put little smiles on my 15, 16 year olds.

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