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Event Management

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Press releases

 

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31.05.2021

Pioneers in museum digitization

21.05.2021

Starting signal for move to research depot

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 rotunda of the Museumshafen from Sunday, 18 April until Sunday, 31 October 2021.

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 find a new home in the DSM.

15.04.2021

When Prince Philip visited the German Maritime Museum

When Prince Philip visited the German Maritime Museum

11.04.2021

Sunken ammunition: danger with long-term effects

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

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 for new exhibition and mediation formats for digital exhibits.

25.03.2021

Temporary closure of the museum - still open digitally

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 on YouTube and Facebook on Saturday, 3 April, from 11.30 am.

12.03.2021

The cog can be visited again

From Monday, 15 March, the German Maritime Museum (DSM) / Leibniz Institute of Maritime History will reopen parts of the house.

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