Kids Entertainment Hamburg Walking Tour, Hamburg

Hamburg offers attractions for people of any age, including children. Planetarium, museums, parks and specialized cafes are great places to spend time with your children. Take this tour to enjoy quality time with your little ones.
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Kids Entertainment Hamburg Walking Tour Map

Guide Name: Kids Entertainment Hamburg Walking Tour
Guide Location: Germany » Hamburg (See other walking tours in Hamburg)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 7
Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.2 km
Author: Gloria
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Miniature Wonderland

1) Miniature Wonderland (must see)

Miniature Wonderland claims to be the world’s largest model railway attraction. It is housed in an otherwise unassuming brick warehouse building on Am Sandtorkai, close to the Dockland Museum. The vital statistics of this project, the work of local twins Frederik and Gerrit Braun, are staggering. The model covers over 12,000 square feet of floor space. The railway lines themselves comprise 12,000 metres of track, carrying 890 trains with over 11,000 carriages. The model landscape is dotted...   view more
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Cap San Diego Ship Museum

2) Cap San Diego Ship Museum

The Cap San Diego museum ship is moored on the north bank of the River Elbe, close to the Landungsbrücken, and just yards from another 'museumsschiff’, the Rickmer Rickmers. The Cap San Diego is an elegant former cargo ship, painted in the red and white colours of local shipping firm Hamburg Süd. Built in 1961, it sailed between Germany and South America for twenty years, the last of six ships collectively nicknamed the ‘white swans of the Atlantic’. Set for the scrap yard in 1986,...   view more
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The Bismarck Memorial

3) The Bismarck Memorial (must see)

The Bismarck-Denkmal, or Bismarck Monument, is located in Hamburg’s historic St. Pauli quarter. It is the largest and best known of over 250 worldwide memorials to Otto von Bismarck. Von Bismarck was a 19th century German statesman, credited with unifying many independent states into a unified Germany in the 1870s. Germany is a federal nation, composed of several semi-autonomous states, and frequently divided throughout the 20th century. Von Bismarck is credited as the first leader to truly...   view more
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Museum for Hamburg History

4) Museum for Hamburg History (must see)

The Museum for Hamburg History, rebranded as hamburgmuseum in 2006, is an attraction celebrating the rich history of this great European metropolis. Present in Hamburg since 1839, it was established at its current home, close to the Planten un Blomen park in Hamburg’s city centre, in 1922. The museum building was designed by Fritz Schumacher, the city’s former planning director. It stands on the site of the Bastion Henricus, a 17th century fortress built to safeguard the growing city. The...   view more
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Hamburger Dom

5) Hamburger Dom (must see)

The Hamburger Dom is a funfair staged at Heiligengeistfeld, a public space in the St. Pauli quarter. It holds three seasonal fairs in spring, summer and winter each year. With approximately ten million visitors each year, it is one of Germany’s biggest and longest running Volksfests, or people’s fairs. The fair’s name translates as ‘Hamburg Cathedral’, a reference to the fair’s medieval origins. It is believed to have begun in the 12th century as a seasonal market held outside the...   view more
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Planten un Blomen

6) Planten un Blomen (must see)

Planten un Blomen is a 47 hectare public park which lies north west of Hamburg city centre, immediately next to the home of the Hamburger Dom seasonal fun fair. The park’s name is Low German for ‘plants and flowers’. Low German is a variation of the German language, widely spoken in the Netherlands and Northern Germany. The park is renowned for its water light concerts, musical performances and ornamental gardens, and is free to visit.

The park began with a single plant – a Platinus,...   view more
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Alster Lake Alley

7) Alster Lake Alley (must see)

A wonderful view of the Alster lake and surroundings will offer you a relaxing experience. You may wish to take a walk on this pedestrian walkway with your children, enjoying the natural beauty around the river, while crossing public parks all around. You can take a boat ride on the lake; it is a lot of...   view more

Walking Tours in Hamburg, Germany

Create Your Own Walk in Hamburg

Create Your Own Walk in Hamburg

Creating your own self-guided walk in Hamburg is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Nightlife of Hamburg Self-guided Tour

Nightlife of Hamburg Self-guided Tour

This guide includes the most visited attractions in the city of Hamburg. It is a great place for fun and relaxation after a busy day. A good insight on what modern life in Hamburg resembles. Take this tour to learn more about the city's night life.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.5 km
Famous Brewpubs in Hamburg

Famous Brewpubs in Hamburg

Hamburg, like any other city in Germany, is famous for its beer. Hamburg has a few brand names of beer that are considered among the best in the country. The brewpubs are the ideal place where you can taste genuine German beer and just have fun while in Hamburg. This self-guided tour will help you to find the best brewpubs in the city.

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.1 km
City Orientation Walk I

City Orientation Walk I

Hamburg is the second-largest city of Germany with a population of 1.8 million people, located where the river Elbe meets with the rivers Alster and Bille. With more than 120 000 enterprises such as factories, radio and television broadcasters and publishers it became the major media and industrial center in northern Germany. The city is also a major tourist destination both for domestic and overseas visitors. Here is the list of the top attractions in Hamburg

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.2 km
City Orientation Walk II

City Orientation Walk II

Hamburg is the second-largest city of Germany with a population of 1.8 million people, located where the river Elbe meets with the rivers Alster and Bille. With more than 120 000 enterprises such as factories, radio and television broadcasters and publishers it became the major media and industrial center in northern Germany. The city is also a major tourist destination both for domestic and overseas visitors. Here is the list of the top attractions in Hamburg

Tour Duration: 2 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.1 km
Hamburg Architecture Walking Tour - 1

Hamburg Architecture Walking Tour - 1

Hamburg is well known for the combination of its history, culture and the aspects of modern life in its architecture. The old buildings, harmonized with the recent, extravagant urban development, make for an unforgettable tour of the city. Take it to enjoy the vibrant and diverse beauty of Hamburg's buildings!

Tour Duration: 1 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.7 km
Museum Walking Tour in Hamburg

Museum Walking Tour in Hamburg

Hamburg offers you a surprising variety of museums with different types of collections, from a number of classic art museums to an unusual Spicy Museum and to the extravagant Russian Submarine Museum. This tour offers you the opportunity to visit the most impressive museums in Hamburg.

Tour Duration: 3 hour(s)
Travel Distance: 5.9 km