Uncover the secrets of Hamburg Dungeon
Hamburg Dungeon is one of the city’s must-see visitor attractions, although it’s not for the faint-hearted. Be prepared to go back six hundred years on a journey through the dark history of Hamburg’s past. Fourteen live shows, interactive displays, thrilling rides and special effects will take you through an unforgettable journey. From the Flood of 1717, the plague and the great fire of 1842, to becoming part of the inquisition, finding your way through the labyrinth of the lost and entering the mad house.
Bring history to life and inspire young minds as you make your way through the dungeons and character actors take you on a voyage. You will laugh, you might scream but one thing is guaranteed, you will be impressed by the special effects and gripping tales of the past.
Planning your visit
The Dungeons offers English tours at 10am on Friday to Sunday and Bank Holidays. Alternatively, tours can be pre-booked by request. This attraction is not recommended for children under the age of ten years old, but for those over ten it is a fun-filled adventure. It is the ideal venue to visit for school groups, birthday, stag and hen parties or for an event with a difference. To avoid missing out and to take advantage of discounts, book tickets online before your visit.
This is just one of the many family-friendly attractions Germany’s second largest city has to offer. Once you are finished here, make sure you visit Miniature Wonderland, the world’s largest model railway, which is sure to also capture the attention of the kids.
When visiting Hamburg Dungeon and the many other fantastic attractions the city has to offer, the Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg is the ideal base for your stay. This hotel is conveniently located in the downtown area, overlooking Lake Alster, placing guests close to local attractions, restaurants and shopping areas. After a day of exploring the city, return to relaxing accommodation, enjoy a meal in Filini Restaurant & Bar or indulge in the spa and fitness facilities.