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03.09.2021

International Symposium: The Handling of Relocation Goods of Jewish Emigrants in European Ports on October 7, 2021 from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

International Symposium: The Handling of Relocation Goods of Jewish Emigrants in European Ports… read on

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31.08.2021

MAPS KNOWLEDGE SEA: Film project by students

MAPS KNOWLEDGE SEA: Film project by students read on

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30.06.2021

Workshop: Digitization in Exhibition and Research - Minutes

Workshop: Digitization in Exhibition and Research - Minutes read on

Press

06.05.2021

Open-Air Exhibition "Seeing the Other? The Colonialist Gaze"

The open-air exhibition, "Seeing the Other? The Colonialist Gaze", can be visited 24/7 in the… read on

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30.04.2021

Marine animals and ship models from Stralsund move to Bremerhaven

Model ships, measuring instruments and maritime animal exhibits from the Meeresmuseum Stralsund… read on

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15.04.2021

When Prince Philip visited the German Maritime Museum

When Prince Philip visited the German Maritime Museum read on

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11.04.2021

Sunken ammunition: danger with long-term effects

After a four-day voyage, the research vessel HEINCKE is back in Bremerhaven. read on

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31.03.2021

Maritime materials in museums make it possible to experience

The joint project "Digital Materialities. Virtual and Analogue Forms of Exhibition" is looking… read on

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25.03.2021

Temporary closure of the museum - still open digitally

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19.03.2021

Digital Exhibition Opening: Intoxicants in Port Cities in 17th-19th Century Europe

The exhibition "Cocoa, Coffee, Tobacco - Intoxicants in the Past" celebrates a digital opening… read on

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12.03.2021

The cog can be visited again

From Monday, 15 March, the German Maritime Museum (DSM) / Leibniz Institute of Maritime History… read on

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02.03.2021

DSM researches the colonial history of North German Lloyd

As one of the largest shipping companies in the German Empire, Norddeutscher Lloyd (NDL) plays… read on

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23.02.2021

Digital curator: From Antiquity into the Future

As a digital curator, Isabella Hodgson builds bridges from the analogue to the digital, as an… read on

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12.02.2021

Research depot is about to be occupied

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26.01.2021

Research depot is about to be occupied

The depot will soon be home to 380,000 archival records and 60,000 museum objects. read on

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26.01.2021

Result for 2020: DSM records increase in visitors between lockdowns

Despite the renovation phase and the Corona crisis, the DSM was able to maintain its visitor… read on

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21.01.2021

Result for 2020: DSM records increase in visitors between lockdowns

Despite the renovation phase and the Corona crisis, the DSM was able to maintain its visitor… read on

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06.01.2021

DSM investigates colonial history of museum objects

In its role as a research museum, the DSM asks about the origin of its own exhibits. When it… read on

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21.12.2020

New digital offering from the DSM: A research journey via radio play

The new radio play "Research at Sea" reveals everything that happens on board a research ship,… read on

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11.12.2020

Excellent equal opportunities

For the fourth time in a row, the DSM has been awarded the TOTAL E-QUALITY award, which stands… read on

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17.11.2020

Special exhibition "MAPS KNOWLEDGE SEA - Globalization from the water" opens digitally

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23.10.2020

First German tidal computer goes into operation

First German tidal computer goes into operation read on

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23.10.2020

Baltic Sea Book

"Johan Månsson's Sea Book of the Baltic Sea of 1644: An - almost forgotten - success story" is… read on

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20.10.2020

Exhibition KOGGE meets PLAYMOBIL ends after great success next Sunday

Until Sunday, October 25, interested parties have the opportunity to see the exhibition. read on

Opening hours

Cog hall and ships are open daily from 10 am to 6 pm.

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

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