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Open daily 10am–6pm, except December 24
The European Hansemuseum, situated on the north side of the old town island, has enriched Lübeck's array of museums since May 2015. The biggest museum ever dedicated to the history of the Hanse stands on a site covering some 12,000 square metres. A combination of staged historical scenes, cabinets with valuable original objects, the latest museum technology and interactive features enable the museum to convey an informative and fascinating impression of the world of the Hanse, whose legacy can still be felt today. It all combines to create an exciting journey through 800 years of Hanse history.
Visitors will discover daring and triumph, a world of riches and power, failure and struggle, deadly dangers and the all-pervasive influence of religion. The myths and legends that grew up as the Hanse was supplanted by other social and economic systems are also examined. The museum encourages visitors to customise their tour: a smart ticket can be used to select a language, a particular town and a topic of interest, opening up a very personal perspective on the Hanse.
adults 13 €
reduced price 9 €
family ticket small 19 €
family ticket big 32 €
annual ticket 25 €
Guided tours of the permanent exhibition, the special exhibition and the Burgkloster monument are offered several times a week under normal conditions.
Free audio guide
The entire museum was planned and implemented according to barrier-free aspects on the corresponding foundations. There are also tactile control systems. Our museum staff will be happy to assist you in the exhibition.
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of the type: Regional history/Town history Shipping
of the region: Stadt Lübeck