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In the new Hafen City, apartments, hotels, office buildings, shops, schools and universities as well as an underground station are being built on a 150-hectare site formerly belonging to the Hamburg Free Port. In addition to a variety of architectural styles, Hafencity scores points with a wide range of leisure and recreation facilities. On the Magellan and Marco Polo Terraces as well as at Sandtor and Kaiserkai, many cafes, bars and restaurants are waiting to be discovered. On the Überseeboulevard you can stroll wonderfully, in the Koreastrasse the International Maritime Museum is waiting for you. Here you can get to know the history of seafaring over the centuries up to the present day with over 35,000 exhibits. The Lohsepark invites you to an excursion into nature with more than 60 fruit trees.
If you get off at stop no. 14 (Marco Polo Terrassen), you are directly in the Hafencity and can let the new modern district take effect on you. Maybe you would also like to walk from Marco Polo Terrassen to the next stop Osakaallee and get to know the area directly, or you can get off at stop no. 15 (Osakaallee) and reach the Maritime Museum after only 2 minutes.
International Maritime Museum Hamburg
Korea Street 1
Opening hours daily 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.