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The Hamburg Dungeon is a uniquely scary experience, sending visitors on an interactive tour of 600 years of the city’s darkest history. With two rides, a cast of horrible characters, and all the sights and smells of old Hamburg, you’ll have an unforgettable time! Lines for the attraction can get long, and tours in English are only available from Friday to Sunday, so book early for the best deal.
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Top Tips

1. If you’ve got a Hamburg Card you can get a €7 discount on tickets for both adults and children. Combo tickets are also available if you’re intending to visit SEA LIFE Timmendorfer Strand or take a doubledecker bus tour of the city.
Hamburg Dungeon | Photo: Flickr, Lisa Roderer - CC BY 2.0
2. Tours in English only take place at 10 am on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays. Places are limited, so book ahead to make sure you get a spot!
Outside the Dungeon | Photo: Flickr, Malte Sörensen - CC BY 2.0
3. Be prepared for audience participation, and don’t try to hide from the actors! They’ll only be more likely to notice you if you’re obviously trying to avoid their gaze. Don’t worry about it too much, the interactive parts are generally intended to be comical rather than scary, and the actors aren’t allowed to touch guests.
4. If your trip to the Hamburg Dungeon has inspired you to learn more about the city’s history, take a trip to the Internationales Maritimes Museum or the Hamburgmuseum and discover which stories were fact and which were famous legends!

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Hamburg Dungeons?

The Hamburg Dungeons comprise of a series of themed rooms, where you’ll be joined by actors ready to tell grisly true stories. Taking guests through 600 years of the Hamburg’s history, you’ll hear about the plague, the Inquisition, the great fire of Hamburg, pirates, and much more! Guests can interact with the characters they meet, plus there’ll be opportunities for photos, and there are two fun rides as well.

What kind of rides are in the Dungeon? Do I have to take part?

There is a water ride and a freefall ride, both of which are optional (but included in the ticket price). Guests who are less than 120cm (3’9) tall, pregnant, have broken bones, or have heart, neck or back problems are not allowed to ride the freefall ride. Please tell a member of staff if you are unable to participate and they’ll make sure you safely rejoin the group after they’ve been on the ride.

Is it suitable for children?

The Hamburg Dungeon is not recommended for children under the age of 10 due to the immersive quality of the tour and the gory descriptions of crime and punishment. Those aged under 10 will require the written permission of their parents before they can participate. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult when they visit.

Can I take photographs?

Personal photography and filming aren’t allowed inside the Hamburg Dungeon in order to make sure that guests stay immersed in the experience. There are several opportunities for photographs to be taken by the attraction’s staff, these photos will be available for viewing and purchase after the show.

General Information

Opening Hours:

The Hamburg Dungeon is open 7 days a week from 10 am, except during the Christmas period. Closing times vary depending on the season, check ahead of time to avoid disappointment. Tours in English are available at 10 am on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, otherwise tours in German depart every 10 minutes. Larger groups (more than 8 people) can arrange English-language tours on other days of the week by calling the attraction.

Tickets:

Tickets on the door cost €25.50 for adults and €20.50 for children aged 8 to 17. Children under 8 can enter free of charge (although the attraction isn’t recommended for those under 10), and schoolchildren, students, and visitors aged 65 and over can receive a discount.

Address:

Hamburg Dungeon
Kehrwieder 2
20457 Hamburg

Lockers:

There are no lockers in the Hamburg Dungeon, but backpacks and coats can be taken into the attraction. You can even visit with a suitcase, but it’s recommended that you store large items at your hotel or in the lockers at Hamburg Hauptbahnhof.

How to get there:

The Hamburg Dungeon is a short walk from Hamburg’s biggest sites, including the Rathaus and the Elbphilharmonie. Alternatively, you can take the S-Bahn to Stadthausbrücke station (S1, S2, and S3) or the U-Bahn to Baumwall (U3) or Überseequartier (U4). The attraction can also be reached by bus number 6 to ‘auf dem Sande’ or number 111 to Überseequartier. Parking is very limited and not free of charge, so visitors are recommended to use public transportation.

Accessibility:

All the shows in the Hamburg Dungeon are wheelchair accessible (up to 485lbs or 220kg), although electric wheelchairs can’t be accommodated. Guests should note that the rides cannot be accessed while in a wheelchair. Due to the nature of the attraction, guests not using wheelchairs will be required to stand for the majority of the 90-minute tour, and that use of the toilets is only possible before the start and at the end of the tour. Guests who are Deaf or hard of hearing should note that the tour is largely delivered by actors and voiceover audio, often in low light levels, and that while staff will do their best to assist, it may be difficult to follow. Strobe lighting effects are used in certain rooms.
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