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I am not huge fan of these types of museum, but this one was excellent. I didn't really expect much but this was a total surprise.
We went with our 5 year old son to see the U-boat which you climb down into through a...More
Our main aim was to see the German U-Boat in the nearby dock, and then we just thought we would go see the Maritime museum as we were so close by.
It was so interesting it took us a long time to get our group...More
The magic and mystique of sailing is captured in the German Maritime Museum, Bremerhaven. You don't just see exhibits, but get to feel the excitement, adventure and glamour of sailing. There are models, an actual ttwo-man U-boat inside and a big one in the water...More
Didn't expect too much from a museum for only 4 EU. That was my very mistake! Two hours spent in there flew without notice. Lots of ships models, medieval shipwreck, engines, weapons... And list goes on. Also, don't miss museum cafe upstairs, they serve great...More
Small German maritime museum with the option to walk around the large battle ships and a U Boat. Interesting enough but there is no international language, everything is in the local language, German. Shame as this could turn out to be a well worth a...More
The museum is in a renovation proces the next years. Large parts are inexcessable. Also a lot of noice during our visit, because a workman was removing floortiles. We found the collection and exhibition in general not very special.Nice extra is a visit to two...More
Nice and interesting museum if your passionate about maritime history.
However only a little few pieces had description in English ( maybe 5% of the exposition ).
There was no information flyers at the entrance in other languages besides deutsch.
The staff don't speak other...More
We took the 1/2 hour train(with a day ticket) from Bremen to see the sights of Bremerhaven.
From the Hautbanhof, we boarded the station bus #502 for the 2 km to the visitor port area. Walking toward the Maritime Museum, we saw the 1945 U-Boat...More
Most important first, plan a whole day for the visit. It's huge and there is so much to see for kids as well as for adults. This is one of my favourite places to spend a day in Bremerhaven when it's raining outside.