Oevelgönne Museum Harbour

Oevelgönne Museum Harbour
The Oevelgönne Museum Harbour is an attraction for lovers of old ships. Apart from historical steam tugs, launches and the oldest still seaworthy lightship in Germany, you can also admire a floating crane, police vessels, various sailing freighters and a Finkenwerder deep sea fishing cutter. What makes the Oevelgönne Museum Harbour special, is that all ships are still seaworthy and offer regularly tours on the River Elbe.

A visit to the Oevelgönne Museum Harbour is always worth it. There is a lot to discover!

It offers a fascinating look inside the maritime past of Hamburg, whether that be families with children, couples, groups or visiting alone. There is something of interest for everyone. With this audio guide, we can take you on an exciting tour around our beautiful harbour.

The Oevelgönne Museum Harbour can be found at the public ferry dock NEUMÜHLEN/OEVELGÖNNE on the HADAG ferry line 62 and is accessible barrier-free all year round. From the outside you can take a look at our museum ships at any time. By road you can reach us from Altona train station by bus number 113 at bus stop NEUMÜHLEN / OEVELGÖNNE (Ferry). You can also hire a city bike which can be found at the bus station. A visit to Oevelgönne Museum Harbour is free of charge, but donations would be appreciated to maintain these historical ships.

Museumshafen Oevelgönne e.V.
Anleger Neumühlen
22763 Hamburg
Office: +49 (0) 40-41 91 27 61

Donation account:
IBAN: DE06 2005 0550 1043 2224 11
Intended use: Donation/Spende

Picture credits:
Museumshafen Oevelgönne e.V.
Station 01_Bild_2: Sebastian Gassner
Station 09_Bild_1: "Die Elbe - von Cuxhaven bis Lauenburg" Ausgabe 1971, Abdruck mit freundlicher Genehmigung des Peschke-Verlags Hamburg
Station 10_Bild_1: Andreas Westphalen
Station 10_Bild_2: Stettin Archiv.
Station 11_Bild_1, Station 11_Bild_3: Andreas Westphalen
Station 11_Bild_2: Michael Schwartz
Station 13_Bild_3: Sammlung Zoch, Museum der Arbeit
Station 18_Bild_2: Sammlung Eike Pantzer
Station 18_Bild_3: Andreas Schmidt-Wiethoff

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