Rickmer Rickmers Tours

Permanently moored along Hamburg’s waterfront, the Rickmer Rickmers is the oldest of the city’s numerous museum ships, standing in prize place next to the famous Cap San Diego. The historic trade ship was first launched in 1896 and was used to import rice and bamboo from Hong Kong, before serving in WWI and later, being used as a training ship for the Portuguese navy.

Today, the beautifully restored ship remains a majestic sight, with its three masts and eye-catching green and red painted hull looming over the riverside. Visitors can explore on-board the ship, stroll the wooden decks and peek into the crew quarters, then duck into the engine room, where an original steam engine and a Krupp diesel engine are on display.

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Rickmer Rickmer’s is moored at Landungsbrücken in central Hamburg and is open daily from 10am to 6pm. Admission is €5.
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Address: Landungsbrücken, Ponton 1a, Hamburg 20359, Germany
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Hours: Open daily 10am-6pm
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Admission: Adults: €5
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Warehouse District and HafenCity: Guided Day Tour in Hamburg

Explore the Warehouse District and HafenCity on this 2.5-hour Hamburg walking tour. Follow a guide along Hamburg’s bustling harborside and admire fine views over the busy waterways. Gain insight into the city’s coffee-, tea- and spice-trading heritage, and explore the historic boiler house — a source of energy in the early 20th century. Head onward into HafenCity and admire top local attractions such as the iconic Elbe Philharmonic Hall. Along the way, see fine examples of Hamburg’s impressive urban regeneration and watch cruise boats anchoring in the harbor.
  • Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
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  • Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
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$28.92 USD


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