Hamburg - The Largest City in the Wunderland

Hamburg is the hometown of Miniatur Wunderland and the largest as well as the most densely populated city of the entire Wunderland (approx. 250 inhabitants per square meter live here).

About a quarter of the 50,000 inhabitants are gathering in the HSH Nordbank Arena in order to watch the local team of HSV beating the city rival St. Pauli by a pinch. But Hamburg offers many more attractions – for Wunderland's people as well as for Wunderlands' visitors.

The city of Hamburg has been created on 200 square meters, including all of the real cities' most famous details. More than 1,500 trains, with Wunderland's people from Scandinavia, Knuffingen or Switzerland arrive at Hamburg Mainstation daily.

From here, they leave for numerous attractions such as Hagenbecks Zoo, the Köhlbrandbrücke, St. Michael's Church or the Wunderland within Wunderland. By the way, the smallest train of the exhibition at scale 1:900 circulates in Wunderlands' Wunderland.

Hamburg Photo Gallery

In our gallery you'll find lot's of photos of Hamburg.

History of the Wunderland

Frederik Braun and his then-girlfriend and today's wife were visiting the alpine city of Zurich in July 2000. Sauntering together through the alleys of Zurich's town center, they came across a railway model shop, which at once evoked childhood memories in Frederik.

During the following hours, the idea of realizing the long forgotten childhood dream became more and more mature. 

Read the complete story..