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Wed. 3 pm – 6 pm
The Mineralogical Museum presents 1500 objects of its mineralogical collection to the public. The exhibition is housed in a two storey gallery covering an area of 450 qm and the objects are decoratively displayed in illuminated cabinets.
The collections of the museum comprise minerals, gemstones, meteorites, rocks and ores. They were part of the former Natural History Museum Hamburg which was destroyed during World War II.
Special offers for groups.
Arriving by car
By bus: Next to the museum you will find the bus stop "Grindelhof/Rentzelstraße". The Metrobusses No. 4 and 5 will frequently stop at this station., By train: Hamburg-Dammtor railway station, By subway: U1 station Stephansplatz or U2/U3 station Schlump