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Open Hours

Tuesday‚ÄďSunday¬†
10 am ‚Äď 6 pm¬†
Thursday 
Collection 10 am -6 pm
Exhibition 10 am‚Äď 9 pm
Monday 
closed
Thursday on/before public holidays 
10 am ‚Äď 6 pm
Date Day of the week Hours Occasion
21 May 2020 Thursday 10 am - 6 pm Ascension Day
01 May 2020 Thursday 10 am - 6 pm Whit Sunday
01 June 2020 Monday 10 am - 6 pm Whit Monday
03 Oct 2020 Saturday 10 am - 6 pm German Day of Unity
31 Oct 2020 Saturday 10 am - 6 pm Reformation Day
24 Dec 2020 Thursday closed Chrismas Eve
25 Dec 2020 Friday closed 1. Chrismas Holiday
26 Dec 2020 Saturday 10 am - 6 pm 2. Chrismas Holiday
31 Dec 2020 Thursday 10 am - 3 pm New Year`s Eve
01 Jan 2021 Friday 12 am - 6 pm New Year

Admission Prices

 

Regular ¬† 14 ‚ā¨
Thursday 5.30p.m. to 9p.m. 8 ‚ā¨
Concessions
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concessions for:
pupils, apprentices, trainees and university students (18 - 29 years)
unemployment benefit claimants, social welfare recipients, seriously disabled persons
8 ‚ā¨
Thursday 5.30p.m. to 9p.m.
Regular 8 ‚ā¨
Concessions 5 ‚ā¨
Children & Youth
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aged 17 and younger
free
Groups
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10 or more, per person
The group tickets must be paid by one person in order to get the concession.
12 ‚ā¨
Hamburg Card ¬† 11 ‚ā¨
Entry into the Library
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without visting the museum
free
Hamburg City Pass   free

https://barkassenmeyer.reservix.de/p/reservix/group/329414                                                                                                                                 

        Children and young people aged 17 and younger
        School classes for a booked tour, necessary accompanying teachers (usually 1-2)
¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† Students at the HfbK (Hochschule f√ľr bildende K√ľnste Hamburg)
        Students attending Art History Seminars at the University of Hamburg
        Students at the HAW, Department of Design

Association members
Upon showing a valid ID card¬†Berufsverband Bildender K√ľnstler (BBK), Bund Deutscher Kunsterzieher (BDK), ICOM (International Council of Museums), BVGD (Bundesverband der G√§stef√ľhrer Deutschland e.V.),¬† Deutscher Museumsbund e.V., AICA (International Association of Art Critics), ¬†Verband Deutscher Kunsthistoriker (VDK), Verband Deutscher Restauratoren (VDR), Ulmer Verein

        Friends of the Hamburger Kunsthalle
        Freunde der Kunsthalle e. V., Malschule in der Kunsthalle
¬† ¬† ¬† ¬ĽDie Meisterzeichnung¬ę- Freunde des Hamburger¬†Kupferstichkabinetts e. V.

        Others
        Carriers of a valid press ID card Necessary companions for disabled visitors
        Necessary companions for disabled visitors
 
Golden Friday
Fridays for senior citizens aged 65 and older
admission includes coffee/tea and a slice of pie (available 2.30 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. in Café DAS LIEBERMANN          
14‚ā¨
Art & Cube
Saturday + Sunday, Lunch with Tours 
Reservation in The Restaurant THE CUBE required. +49-(0)40-30375196
40‚ā¨
 
Art & Cube 
for Freunde der Kunsthalle/ for members
Saturday + Sunday, Lunch with Tours 
Tickets at the ticket-office. Reservation in The Restaurant THE CUBE required. +49-(0)40-30375196
35‚ā¨
 
Kunstmeilen Pass

1 ticket ‚Äď 5 institutions ‚Äď valid for 12 months. Entitles to one visit to each of the following institutions:¬†Bucerius Kunstforum, Deichtorhallen, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Kunstverein Hamburg,¬†Museum f√ľr Kunst und Gewerbe. Available for purchase at any Kunstmeile institution ticket counter.

Regular¬†36‚ā¨¬†
concessions¬†22‚ā¨
HamburgCard or Art Card¬†28,50‚ā¨

3-Day-Pass from Kunstmeile Hamburg

1 ticket ‚Äď 5 institutions ‚Äď unlimited admission during three consecutive days

Regular 25‚ā¨¬†
concessions¬†19‚ā¨
HamburgCard or Art Card¬†20‚ā¨

Barkassen-Meyer Combi-Ticket
Classic habour tour incl. visit to the Hamburger Kunsthalle.
Tickets only at Barkassen-Meyer, Landungsbr√ľcken Br. 6¬†or online

Regular¬†25 ‚ā¨
Child 5 ‚ā¨

Themed tours 

Themed tours and Wednesdays guided tour Participation excl. Admisson

¬† 4‚ā¨
    Children and young people (aged 17 and younger): free    
Family Tour
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Participation excl. Admission
1‚ā¨
Children’s guide
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every Saturday 3p.m.
From 5 years, 90 minutes incl. practice, per child
4‚ā¨
Mittwochsf√ľhrung
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Teilnahme zzgl. Eintritt
4‚ā¨
Guided tours and events on Thursdays from 6 p.m.   included in the ticket (Unless otherwise specified)     
Plus Admission 

Group admission for booked tours with more than 10 participants (max. 25), per person otherwise seperate, regular admissions

¬† 12‚ā¨
    school classes from general education schools: free    

Tour for school classes

 

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60 min. (necessary accompanying teachers free)
35‚ā¨
Introductory museum talk for school classes
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90 min. (necessary accompanying teachers free
50‚ā¨
Museum talk for school classes with hands-on activity
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90 min. (necessary accompanying teachers free)
50‚ā¨
Museum talk for school classes
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long, 120 min. (necessary accompanying teachers free)
65‚ā¨
Project for school classes with hands-on activity
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180 min. (necessary accompanying teachers free
85‚ā¨
Introductory talk for groups of adults
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60 min
70‚ā¨
Museum talk for groups of adults
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90 min. 
80‚ā¨
Museum talk for groups of adults
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120 min. 
95‚ā¨
Surcharge for foreign languages
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Tours available in English, French, Russian, Italian and Spanish by request. 
10‚ā¨
Surcharge for Sundays / holidays ¬† 10‚ā¨
Children`s birthday party
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120 min
110‚ā¨
Children`s birthday party
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180 min
140‚ā¨
Licensed tours
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Booking at phone 040-428131-200, besucherbuero@hamburger-kunsthalle.de, Plus admission, no all-inclusive group admission rate
20‚ā¨

Location

 

Orientation for visitors

MAIN EINTRANCE

Here the visitors will find...

  • Tickets
  • Cloakroom
  • Locker
  • All Groups
  • All Guided Tours
  • Rental Muitimedia¬†Guide
  • Shop
  • Caf√© Liebermann
  • Werner Otto Hall

ENTRANCE Gallery of Contemporary Art

Here the visitors will find...

  • Fast entrance with online tickets
  • Ticket Machine with card payment
  • Only Locker
  • No Loan of Multimedia Guide
  • Access Caf√© Restaurant THE CUBE
  • Drinks from the THE¬†CUBE can be taken into the foyer

Address

StadtRAD (city bike)

The StadtRAD (city bike) service is run by the City of Hamburg and is a great way to get around. One of the many StadtRAD docking stations is located on the forecourt of the main railway station (¬ĽHauptbahnhof¬ę). For further information visit¬†

Public transport

The Hamburger Kunsthalle is located next to Hamburg‚Äôs main railway station (¬ĽHauptbahnhof¬ę). There are various public transport options available for visitors to the museum:
U-Bahn: Take the U1, U2 or U3 to ¬ĽHauptbahnhof¬ę. The Kunsthalle is just a few minutes‚Äô walk from the station.
S-Bahn: Take the S1, S2, S3, S11, S21 or S31 to ¬ĽHauptbahnhof¬ę¬†and walk the short distance to the museum.
Bus: Take the 112 bus to the stop ¬ĽHamburger Kunsthalle¬ę.

By train

The Hamburger Kunsthalle is located next to the main railway station (¬ĽHauptbahnhof¬ę). To plan your train journey, please visit¬†Deutsche Bahn.

By car

Take the A1, A7 or A24 and follow the directions to the City Centre (¬ĽCentrum¬ę). The Hamburger Kunsthalle is located next to the main railway station (¬ĽHauptbahnhof¬ę). Paid parking for cars and motorbikes is available in the underground car park at the Gallery of Contemporary Art. The entrance to the car park¬†is on Ferdinandstor (maximum vehicle height: 1.95 m).

Opening hours of the CAR PARK*

Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri 7 am‚Äď9 pm
Thu 7 am‚Äď10 pm
Sat 7 am‚Äď7 pm
Sun 9.30 am‚Äď6.30 pm
Parking fee: 3 ‚ā¨ per hour; maximum charge 20 ‚ā¨ per day
Museum visitors pay a maximum of 6 ‚ā¨ per day for the parking. Please have your parking ticket validated at the¬†ticket office when purchasing your ticket for the museum.

 * The opening hours refer to the entrance. An exit is possible for 24 hours.

By air

From Hamburg Airport, take the S-Bahn line S1 to the main railway station (¬ĽHauptbahnhof¬ę), which is just a few minute¬†walk from the Hamburger Kunsthalle. The journey from the airport to the main station takes approximately 25 minutes. For timetables, a journey planner and further information visit¬†http://www.hvv.de/en/index.php

Guided tours

Would you like to know more about the art on display in the Hamburger Kunsthalle? Why not come along on one of the many guided tours we offer? We look forward to welcoming you!

Guided tours

We offer regular public tours of our permanent collection and our special exhibitions: Wednesdays at 12 noon focussing on a single artwork; more in-depth tours on Thursday evenings; Friday we offer THEMA DER WOCHE and tours of our large-scale exhibitions at the weekends. Children and families can engage with the art on show by taking part in our children’s or family-oriented tour FAMILIENZEIT (only in German). A full list of our public guided tours is available here. 

Unless otherwise noted, participation in a guided tour costs 4 ‚ā¨ plus museum admission.

Private tours for groups

Enhance your visit to the Hamburger Kunsthalle by booking a private tour. 

You can book a private tour online through the Museumsdienst Hamburg or by calling +49(0)40-428131-0.
For short-term bookings, please contact our visitor office via email or phone +49(0)40-428131-200.

Let one of our specially trained guides take you and your friends, family or colleagues on a tour of the permanent collection or one of the special exhibitions. Our team of art historians, artists and educators look forward to showing you around.

An 60 min¬†private tour costs 70 ‚ā¨ plus museum admission. Group admission (10 people or more) costs 12¬†‚ā¨ per person . Groups may not exceed 25 people.
An 90 min¬†private tour costs 80 ‚ā¨ plus museum admission. Group admission (10 people or more) costs 12¬†‚ā¨ per person . Groups may not exceed 25 people.

Special regulations may apply to particular exhibitions.  

Private tours can also be given in a number of other languages, including English, French, Russian, Italian and Spanish. In this case a foreign-language fee of 10¬†‚ā¨ will be charged.

We offer specially designed guided tours for kindergarten and school groups.

Self-organized tours

You are of course welcome to give your own group a guided tour, but in this case we must charge a licence fee of 20 ‚ā¨. Groups may not exceed 25 people. Special regulations may apply to particular exhibitions. Group admission (10 people or more) costs 12¬†‚ā¨ per person. Advance registration is required: besucherbuero[at]hamburger-kunsthalle.de or Tel +49(0)40-428131-200.

Art & Cube ‚Äď a combined guided tour and dining experience

Why not combine your museum visit with a delicious restaurant meal? On Saturdays and Sundays we offer ¬ĽArt & Cube¬ę in cooperation with the restaurant The Cube. For 40 ‚ā¨ per person you can enjoy a 4-course menu and two guided tours of the permanent collection or a special exhibition. Tickets are available from the ticket counters in the Hamburger Kunsthalle or online. Please book your table at The Cube: Tel +49(0)40-30375196.¬†¬†

Audioguides

You are welcome to visit the Hamburger Kunsthalle at any time and you don’t have to join one of our guided tours in order to gain fascinating background information on the works on display.  We offer guided tours to our collection (currently only in German) and to selected exhibitions, to the exhibition "Goya, Fragonard, Tiepolo. The Freedom of Imagination (German and English). For the first time, the audio guide is designed as an app "Hamburger Kunsthalle" for smartphones to accompany you through the exhibition, to prepare and/or to follow up your visit to the museum.

¬†We offer guided tours to our collection (currently only in German) and to selected exhibitions, to the exhibition ¬ĽGoya, Fragonard, Tiepolo. The Freedom of Imagination¬ę (German and English). For the first time, the audio guide is designed as an app ¬ĽHamburger Kunsthalle¬ę for smartphones to accompany you through the exhibition, to prepare and/or to follow up your visit to the museum (free download or 4 Euro or available in the foyer of the Kunsthalle for 4¬†‚ā¨. At around 30 stations, historical, social and political backgrounds as well as genesis stories for selected works of art, provenances and references to special art-technological features are provided.

Read, Browse, Shop, Eat & Drink

Café & Restaurant

Das Liebermann

While visiting the museum, enjoy a drink or a snack in our newly refurbished caf√© Das Liebermann, which has returned to its former location in the impressive pillared hall of the Kunsthalle.  
Please note that visiting Das Liebermann requires museum admission.

Opening Hours
Unfortunately closed at the moment

Contact
Tel +49(0)40-30375196
info@the-cube-restaurant.de

The Cube
Enjoy crossover cuisine with a regional focus in the restaurant The Cube, which is located in the Gallery of Contemporary Art and offers one of the best views of the Inner Alster Lake. The restaurant’s daytime menu includes a variety of snacks and lunch options, and in the evening The Cube offers an à la carte dinner menu.
Pop in anytime ‚Äď The Cube is open to the public and does not require museum admission.
 
Opening Hours:
Thu - Sun 12 pm‚Äď6 pm
Thur 12 pm-9 pm
Mon closed

Contact
Tel +49(0)40-30375196
info@the-cube-restaurant.de

The Cube

Museum Shop

The museum shop in the foyer of the Hamburger Kunsthalle stocks a wide range of publications, stationery items and gift ideas inspired by the museum’s exhibitions and collections. Besides catalogues, illustrated books and scholarly publications on visual art and related subjects, you will find a large selection of posters, postcards and artists’ editions, as well as unusual design items and drawing materials.
The museum shop is run by the Freunde der Kunsthalle.
Pop in anytime – the museum shop is open to the public and does not require museum admission.

Opening Hours
Tue–Sun 10 am–6 pm
Thu 10 am–9 pm
Mon closed
 
Contact
Tel +49(0)40-428131-305
museumsshop@freunde-der-kunsthalle.de

Onlineshop

Kupferstichkabinett & Library

Holding more than 100,000 individual sheets of outstanding quality, the Kupferstichkabinett (Department of Prints, Drawings and Photography) at the Hamburger Kunsthalle has one of the finest and most important collections of graphic art in Europe.
 
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The study room of the Kupferstichkabinett (Department of Prints, Drawings and Photography) is also the reading room of the museum library. The public reference library at the Hamburger Kunsthalle is the most important art reference library in northern Germany. With a stock of more than 160,000 volumes, it offers interested readers a wealth of background information, above all on topics related to the museum’s permanent collection.
 
Opening Hours
Tue and Thu 11 am‚Äď5 pm

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Admission: 2 ‚ā¨, free admission for school pupils and students

Library

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