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Special offers for pupils and families with children in times of the Coronavirus crisis

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SEA CHANGES – World & Sea in transition

Special exhibition on marine and climate change

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360° POLARSTERN –  A virtual research expedition

Discover driving, research and Life aboard the POLARSTERN.

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The Bremer Kogge - 600 years of history to marvel at

Learn more about the best preserved medieval merchant ship in the world.

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Man & Sea

What ecological, economic, technical and social circumstances have influenced the relationship between man and the sea?

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The museum is under reconstruction! Visitor information

Prices

No fixed admission price until 24 June 2020 inclusive

The German Maritime Museum in transition - research becomes exhibition

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The climate is changing - meteorologically, but also socially.

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Climate change raises questions and fuels debate. Researching shipping plays an important role in understanding and calculating the consequences of global warming on the oceans.

Our exhibitions offer insights into research, driving and life on board the famous icebreaker POLARSTERN. "360° POLARSTERN - A virtual research expedition". Extended until 14 October 2020.

World and sea in change - this is the theme of our new exhibition SEA CHANGES, which you can view together with the POLARSTERN exhibition in our new building.

Further information on our exhibitions

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News from the museum

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News

An App to the museum for everyone?

People with dementia or other cognitive impairments should be able to visit the museum more easily. The German Maritime Museum makes itself available as a Living Lab for this purpose.
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Research and exhibition project

"Seeing the other?" The perception of the foreign in photographic travel and memory albums

The project "Seeing the Other?" discusses, among other things, the medium of photography and photographic "memory pictures".

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Forecast

New special exhibition "Cog meets PLAYMOBIL"

In the special exhibition "Cog meets PLAYMOBIL - The story of a ship retold", Oliver Schaffer, in cooperation with the German Maritime Museum, recreates scenes from the history of the ship using the well-known toy figures.

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News

Provenance research at the German Maritime Museum: An old engine and its history in Nazi Germany

In the framework of provenance research, the German Maritime Museum discovered that the single-cylinder four-stroke engine was unlawfully confiscated from the former company owners during the Nazi era.

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Deutsches Schifffahrtsmuseum
Hans-Scharoun-Platz 1
D-27568 Bremerhaven

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