The Kunstmeile Hamburg

If you are into art Hamburg has a lot to offer. Especially, the Kunstmeile Hamburg is a perfect getaway for rainy days or hot summer days or basically any day. The Kunstmeile Hamburg are the five renowned art institutions in the center of Hamburg. Their excellent location is an invitation to visitors to take a stroll of discovery, not only in the famous Hamburger Kunsthalle but also in the less known but remarkable museums like the Bucerius Kunst Forum or Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe.

The five institutions of the Kunstmeile Hamburg

The Bucerius Kunst Forum, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg with its exhibition halls for contemporary art and photography, the Hamburger Kunsthalle, the Kunstverein Hamburg and the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg are all within walking distance of each other along the art mile. Their excellent location is an invitation to visitors to take a stroll of discovery. Together they exhibit an up-to-date, vibrant selection of contemporary and historical art in all media, including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, applied arts and design.

The Kunstmeile Pass

The Kunstmeile Hamburg features outstanding exhibitions of visual arts, photography, applied arts and design. The Kunstmeile pass is valid for 12 months, allowing you to visit each of the five institutions once, including special exhibitions.

KUNSTMEILE PASS 36 €
– reduced rate 22 € *
– with Hamburg Card 28.50 €
– under 18 free admission

What exhibitions can I visit while discovering the Kunstmeile Hamburg?

You can find current exhibition highlights here.

The Kunstmeile pass is available at the ticket counters of any of the Kunstmeile institutions. Further possibilities of purchase:

Konzertkasse Gerdes
+49 40 45 33 26 oder – 44 02 98

Ticket-Online
+49 1805 – 447 07 77
(German landline: 0,14 €/Min., Mobil max. 0,42 €/Min.)

 

* the reduced rate is available for students and apprentices till the age of 27 and handicapped and unemployed persons as well as welfare recipients. Free admission for children and adolescents under 18.


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