Rickmer Rickmers

The Rickmer Rickmers is a historic sailing ship located in the harbor of Hamburg, Germany. Built in 1896, the Rickmer Rickmers originally served as a cargo vessel, transporting goods across the world’s oceans. Today, it stands as a floating museum, offering visitors a glimpse into Hamburg’s maritime history.

Moored at the Hamburg Harbor Piers (Landungsbrücken), the Rickmer Rickmers is open to the public for guided tours. Visitors can explore the ship’s various decks, including the cargo holds, crew quarters, and captain’s cabin, and learn about life on board a sailing ship in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

In addition to its permanent exhibitions, the Rickmer Rickmers hosts special events, educational programs, and cultural activities throughout the year. It also serves as a unique venue for private functions, weddings, and corporate events.

With its rich history, stunning architecture, and picturesque location on the Elbe River, the Rickmer Rickmers is a popular attraction for tourists and locals alike, offering a fascinating journey back in time to the golden age of sailing ships.

Bei den St. Pauli-Landungsbrücken 1a, 20459 Hamburg, Germany
www.rickmer-rickmers.de
+49 40 3195959

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