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    Exhibition

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    Man & Sea - New museum experience to join in and marvel

    What does shipping have to do with my life? How diverse are the effects of a relationship between man and the sea that goes back several millennia on our society? Join us on an exciting research and discovery expedition. The new exhibition concept combines fascinating exhibits from shipping with current issues. Find out how finds and research are turned into exciting stories about our past and present life. Become part of the research yourself and take the opportunity to talk to experts.

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    The museum is redesigning itself

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    The changing German Maritime Museum

    The German Maritime Museum is in transition. As a Leibniz Institute, it makes its research work visible with new exhibition concepts. read on

    Here you can access our overview areas with news from current research and exhibition projects.

    Overview

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    Current exhibitions

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    360° POLARSTERN

    A virtual research trip on the POLARSTERN! Learn more ... weiterlesen

    SEA CHANGES - World & Sea in transition

    Climate change is currently one of the most discussed problems of mankind. weiterlesen

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    These exhibits await you

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    Opening hours

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    how to reach us

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

    Contact

    T. +49 471 482 07 0
    E. info@dsm.museum

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