The Deichtorhallen are an exhibition hall for contemporary art and photography. The former market halls were built in 1913 and are now a wonderful place for art exhibitions. The tall art nouveau halls made of steel and glass are the perfect place for art exhibitions. The old market hall was renovated and has been used for this purpose since 1989. The Deichtorhallen is located between the main train station and the Speicherstadt, the famous Chilehaus is also nearby. For opening times and current exhibitions check the link below.
The cargo tall ships was built in 1896 in Bremerhaven and went to Hong Kong to load rice. In 1916 the ship was seized by Britain and handed over to Portugal. In 1983 the ship was purchased by a club from Hamburg and extensively renovated. Since then the "Rickmer Rickmers" is moored on the pier and can be visited.
Museum in Hamburg
The Hanseatic City of Hamburg has amassed a lot of wealth and collected considerable art treasures. The most important paintings can be found in the Hamburger Kunsthalle. The history of the city is presented in the "Hamburg Museum". The "Maritime Museum" is dedicated to the topic of seafaring. Some historical ships were saved as "museum ships" and can be viewed like the Rickmer Rickmers or the Submarine Museum.