Hamburg Dungeon – The bloodcurdling history experience in Hamburg's ancient warehouse district

The Hamburg Dungeon is located in the same building as the Miniature Wunderland. This interactive exhibition takes you through the darker parts of Hamburg's history. In more than 10 shows and 2 rides professional actors and clever video installations will ruthlessly include the visitor into the action. On exhibit are the Great fire of 1842, the pirate Klaus Störtebeker and his crew, and many others...
Get in touch with Hamburg's suspenseful history on 3000 square meters! The show, which was inspired by the successful London theme park “London Dungeon” is not for those faint at heart or on unstable legs: time travel starts with a ride down in an ancient and unstable elevator. Those who “survive” this ride will experience the terror of the plague, torture and the inquisition as well as the great fire in 1842 and Störtebeker's execution. The visitors actively take part in these spooky events. For instance during the storm flood of 1717 the visitors can experience what it might have been like, drifting through Hamburg's flooded streets on a boat after the wind and rain had subsided. Finally there will be spooky bog bodies and free falling...

General Information

Hamburg Dungeon
Kehrwieder 2
22457 Hamburg
01805 66690140 (0,14€/min. from the German landline network, max. 42 Ct./min. from the German mobile phone network)

Opening hours

Every day 10:00 bis 18:00 h (last admittance 17:00h)
July & August 10-19:00 h (last admittance 18:00h)
The last admittance guarantees a complete tour.
We recommend the Hamburg Dungeon starting from 10 years of age
Children younger than 15 may only enter in the company of an adult.

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