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CURRENT INFORMATION


Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, the Deichtorhallen Hamburg, like all museums and exhibition houses nationwide, will be closed to visitors from 2–30 November 2020. Guided tours and events will not take place. Our bookshops, restaurant and café are also closed. Vouchers remain valid and online tickets can be redeemed at a later date. We ask for your understanding and hope to see you again soon at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg.
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Your team at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg

Today

Hall for Contemporary Art Hamburg

Deichtorplatz 1, Hamburg Open today from 11:00 AM TO 9:00 PM

Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, the Hall for Contemporary Art will be closed from 2–30 November 2020.

  • Current Exhibition WILLIAM KENTRIDGE

House of Photography Hamburg

Deichtorplatz 1, Hamburg Open today from 11:00 AM TO 9:00 PM

Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, the House of Photography will be closed from 2–30 November 2020.

  • Current Exhibition MATT BLACK – AMERICAN GEOGRAPHY
    Jerry Berndt – Beautiful America
    #PROTESTSGOVIRAL

Falckenberg Collection Hamburg-Harburg

Wilstorfer Str. 71, Hamburg-Harburg

Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, the Falckenberg Collection will be closed from 2–30 November 2020.

Opening Hours

Hall for Contemporary Art Hamburg

  • Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, the Hall for Contemporary Art will be closed from 2–30 November 2020.

House of Photography Hamburg

  • Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, the House of Photography will be closed from 2–30 November 2020.

Falckenberg Collection Hamburg-Harburg

  • Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, the Falckenberg Collection will be closed from 2–30 November 2020.

Tickets

Hall for Contemporary Art Hamburg

  • Combined ticket City

    €15

  • Regular

    €12

  • Reduced

    €7

  • Tuesday ticket

    €6

  • Children and young people under 18

    Free admission

  • Special offers

    • Kunstmeile Hamburg Pass

      Regular: €36
      Reduced: €22
      Reduced price for holder of the Hamburg Card: €28.50
      For more information, visit www.kunstmeile-hamburg.com

    • 3-day Kunstmeile Hamburg Pass

      Regular: €25
      Reduced: €19
      Reduced price for holders of the Hamburg Card: €20
      For more information, visit www.kunstmeile-hamburg.de

    • ArtCard

      €8

    • Hamburg Card

      €8

  • Free admission

    • ICOM-Card holders

    • Members of the press with accreditation

    • Hotel guests of Le Méridien Hamburg

    • Students of select universities

      Free admission for students of the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg, the Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar of the University of Hamburg, Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften, Design and Metropolitan Culture departments at HafenCity University with valid student identification.

House of Photography Hamburg

  • Combined ticket City

    €15

  • Regular

    €12

  • Reduced

    €7

  • Tuesday ticket

    €6

  • Children and young people under 18

    Free admission

  • Special offers

    • Kunstmeile Hamburg Pass

      Regular: €36
      Reduced: €22
      Reduced price for holder of the Hamburg Card: €28.50
      For more information, visit www.kunstmeile-hamburg.com

    • 3-day Kunstmeile Hamburg Pass

      Regular: €25
      Reduced: €19
      Reduced price for holders of the Hamburg Card: €20
      For more information, visit www.kunstmeile-hamburg.de

    • ArtCard

      €8

    • Hamburg Card

      €8

  • Free admission

    • ICOM-Card holders

    • Members of the press with accreditation

    • Students of select universities

      Free admission for students of the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg, the Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar of the University of Hamburg, Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften, Design and Metropolitan Culture departments at HafenCity University with valid student identification.

    • Hotel guests of Le Méridien Hamburg

Falckenberg Collection Hamburg-Harburg

  • Regular

    €10

  • Reduced

    €6

  • Children and young people under 18

    Free admission

  • Specials offers

    • ArtCard

      €12

    • Hamburg Card

      €12

  • Free admission

    • ICOM-Card holders

    • Members of the press with accreditation

    • Students of select universities

      Free admission for students of the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg, the Kunstgeschichtliches Seminar of the University of Hamburg, Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften, Design and Metropolitan Culture departments at HafenCity University with valid student identification.

Tours

Our team of artists and art historians will give you an excellent introduction to the exhibitions at the Hall for Contemporary Art, the House of Photography, and the Falckenberg Collection in Hamburg-Harburg. Join our free public tours, or book a private tour. For schools, teenagers, and students we offer age-based tours especially tailored for young people. Please note that all groups must book in advance.

Hall for Contemporary Art Hamburg


  • Due to circumstances revolving around the COVID-19 virus, no guided tours or educational events will take place until further notice.

House of Photography Hamburg


  • Due to circumstances revolving around the COVID-19 virus, no guided tours or educational events will take place until further notice.

Falckenberg Collection Hamburg-Harburg


  • Due to circumstances revolving around the COVID-19 virus, no guided tours or educational events will take place until further notice.

Directions

Hall for Contemporary Art Hamburg

Wo:

Deichtorstraße 1-2
20095 Hamburg

  • By car

    • Approach via Deichtorplatz, in the direction of HafenCity. Parking lot located just before Oberbaumbrücke on the left.

  • Public transport

    • The Deichtorhallen is easy to reach with public transport: Take the U1 to Steinstraße. From there it is about a two-minute walk. The Deichtorhallen is about 800 meters by foot from the Hauptbahnhof. Follow the signs along the way. Take bus 112 to Steinstraße or bus 602 to the Deichtorhallen stop. Both stops are just a few minutes’ walk from the Deichtorhallen.

  • Parking

    • The Deichtorhallen has a paid parking lot, which is accessible via the Oberbaumbrücke. Permanent parking spots for cars are also available for rent. For further information, please contact us at parkplatz@deichtorhallen.de.

  • Hotel

    • Our partner hotel Le Méridien Hamburg is located in the heart of Hamburg. The historical quarters of the city are just a short distance away, as are the exhibition grounds, the many theaters and musical venues, as well as the opera. Visitors interested in culture are sure to find it worth a visit. The exclusive shops around the Binnenalster are also within walking distance.

      Le Méridien Hamburg
      An der Alster 52−56
      20099 Hamburg
      Tel: +49 (0)40 2100-0
      info@lemeridienhamburg.com

  • Accessibility

    • The Hall for Contemporary Art and the House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg have received the “Barrierefreiheit geprüft” certification for handicapped accessibility for the period from August 2015 to July 2018. The Deichtorhallen is partially barrier-free for people with limited mobility.

      People with limited mobility/wheelchair users
      There is a parking spot for people with disabilities, and there are no inclines on the outdoor footpaths. The buildings as well as all the rooms open to visitors can be accessed without stairs or with an elevator. All doors and passageways are at least 90 centimeters wide. There are wheelchair-accessible tables in the cafes. The toilets are handicapped-accessible.

      People with hearing impairments/deaf people
      The rooms and corridors in the Deichtorhallen are brightly lit. There are no audio induction loops and no public address system. The cafes have tables with bright, glare-free lighting.

      People with visual impairments/blind people
      The entrance areas of the buildings are visually rich in contrast and are indicated with tactile floor markings. Guide dogs are allowed in the buildings. The rooms and corridors are illuminated. The corridors are visually rich in contrast, and the ticket desk areas are brightly lit. The exhibits contrast with the surroundings and in most cases are well lit. The signs feature readable, high-contrast text. In some cases the text size is very small, and the signs are not available in Braille or tactile alphabet. The toilet for people with disabilities in the House of Photography can be accessed directly from the exhibition area without stairs.

House of Photography Hamburg

Wo:

Deichtorstraße 1-2
20095 Hamburg

  • By car

    • Approach via Deichtorplatz, in the direction of HafenCity. Parking lot located just before Oberbaumbrücke on the left.

  • Public transport

    • The Deichtorhallen is easy to reach with public transport: Take the U1 to Steinstraße. From there it is about a two-minute walk. The Deichtorhallen is about 800 meters by foot from the Hauptbahnhof. Follow the signs along the way. Take bus 112 to Steinstraße or bus 602 to the Deichtorhallen stop. Both stops are just a few minutes’ walk from the Deichtorhallen

  • Parking

    • The Deichtorhallen has a paid parking lot, which is accessible via the Oberbaumbrücke. Permanent parking spots for cars are also available for rent. For further information, please contact us at parkplatz@deichtorhallen.de.

  • Hotel

    • Our partner hotel Le Méridien Hamburg is located in the heart of Hamburg. The historical quarters of the city are just a short distance away, as are the exhibition grounds, the many theaters and musical venues, as well as the opera. Visitors interested in culture are sure to find it worth a visit. The exclusive shops around the Binnenalster are also within walking distance.

      Le Méridien Hamburg
      An der Alster 52−56
      20099 Hamburg
      Tel: +49 (0)40 2100-0
      info@lemeridienhamburg.com

  • Accessibility

    • The Hall for Contemporary Art and the House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen Hamburg have received the “Barrierefreiheit geprüft” certification for handicapped accessibility for the period from August 2015 to July 2018. The Deichtorhallen is partially barrier-free for people with limited mobility.

      People with limited mobility/wheelchair users
      There is a parking spot for people with disabilities, and there are no inclines on the outdoor footpaths. The buildings as well as all the rooms open to visitors can be accessed without stairs or with an elevator. All doors and passageways are at least 90 centimeters wide. There are wheelchair-accessible tables in the cafes. The toilets are handicapped-accessible.

      People with hearing impairments/deaf people

      The rooms and corridors in the Deichtorhallen are brightly lit. There are no audio induction loops and no public address system. The cafes have tables with bright, glare-free lighting.

      People with visual impairments/blind people
      The entrance areas of the buildings are visually rich in contrast and are indicated with tactile floor markings. Guide dogs are allowed in the buildings. The rooms and corridors are illuminated. The corridors are visually rich in contrast, and the ticket desk areas are brightly lit. The exhibits contrast with the surroundings and in most cases are well lit. The signs feature readable, high-contrast text. In some cases the text size is very small, and the signs are not available in Braille or tactile alphabet. The toilet for people with disabilities in the House of Photography can be accessed directly from the exhibition area without stairs.

      The Falckenberg Collection is easy to reach with public transport. From Hamburg Hauptbahnhof, take the S3 toward Neugraben, Buxtehude, or Stade, or the S31 toward Harburg Rathaus or Neugraben, and get off at Hamburg-Harburg (approximately 15 minutes). From there the Falckenberg Collection is about a ten-minute walk away: take the S-Bahn exit for Seeveplatz, turn right onto Moorstraße, and continue until the intersection. Turn left onto Wilstorfer Straße and continue until Wilstorfer Straße 71.

Falckenberg Collection Hamburg-Harburg

Wo:

Wilstorfer Str. 71
21073 Hamburg

  • By car

    • From the A253 take the Hamburg-Wilstorf exit, and from the A1 take the Hamburg-Harburg exit. A paid parking garage is located in the Phoenix Center right next to the Falckenberg Collection. The parking garage entrance is located on Wilstorfer Straße.

  • Public transport

    • From Hamburg Hauptbahnhof, take the S3 toward Neugraben, Buxtehude, or Stade, or the S31 toward Harburg Rathaus or Neugraben, and get off at Hamburg-Harburg (approximately 15 minutes). From there the Falckenberg Collection is about a ten-minute walk away. Follow the signs along the way.

  • Parking

    • Visitors can use the parking lot in the Phoenix Center parking garage. The parking lot is located directly at the entrance to the Falckenberg Collection.

  • Accessibility

    • With some exceptions, the Falckenberg Collection is barrier-free for people with limited mobility and wheelchair users. For more information, please contact sammlungfalckenberg@deichtorhallen.de or +49 (0)40 32506762.

Accessibility

  • People with limited mobility/wheelchair users

    There is a parking spot for people with disabilities, and there are no inclines on the outdoor footpaths. The buildings as well as all the rooms open to visitors can be accessed without stairs or with an elevator. All doors and passageways are at least 90 centimeters wide. There are wheelchair-accessible tables in the cafes. The toilets are handicapped-accessible.

  • People with hearing impairments/deaf people

    The rooms and corridors in the Deichtorhallen are brightly lit. There are no audio induction loops and no public address system. The cafes have tables with bright, glare-free lighting.

  • People with visual impairments/blind people

    The entrance areas of the buildings are visually rich in contrast and are indicated with tactile floor markings. Guide dogs are allowed in the buildings. The rooms and corridors are illuminated. The corridors are visually rich in contrast, and the ticket desk areas are brightly lit. The exhibits contrast with the surroundings and in most cases are well lit. The signs feature readable, high-contrast text. In some cases the text size is very small, and the signs are not available in Braille or tactile alphabet. The toilet for people with disabilities in the House of Photography can be accessed directly from the exhibition area without stairs.

Restaurant

The restaurant Der Erdbeerfressende Drache at the House of Photography serves a modern cuisine – well thought out, precise, highly aromatic and elegant – in a relaxed and casual ambience. You can expect small dishes chosen from the best ingredients as well as ideas and inspirations from around the world. The restaurant also provides a wine list which focuses on organic wines.

Opening hours:
Tuesdays – saturday, 12–3 p.m. (Kitchen until 2.30 p.m.), 6 p.m.–12 a.m. (Kitchen until 10 p.m., fridays – saturdays kitchen until 11 p.m.)
Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, the restaurant will be closed from 2–30 November 2020.

More information and reservation at www.dererdbeerfressendedrache.de

Cafe

The cafe is temporarily closed due to reconstruction works. The reopening is expected for June 2020.

Bookshops

Close to the exhibition halls and the Fillet of Soul restaurant are our two specialist bookshops. In addition to our own exhibition catalogs and editions, here you can find nearly every major German and international publication as well as new works on art, photography, fashion, theory, and architecture. The bookshops also offer a selection of children’s books and a wide range of German and international periodicals, selected design items, gift ideas, DVDs, and posters. The comprehensive selection is compiled in cooperation with Buchhandlung Walther König. Our booksellers are also happy to order any available books for you.

Editions
Our exclusive, high-quality, limited-edition works are created in close cooperation with the artists and are produced specifically to support the exhibitions. Our bookshops carry editions by renowned artists such as Fischli & Weiss, Monica Bonvicini, Raymond Pettibon, Candida Höfer, Andreas Mühe, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Albert Watson, Sarah Moon, Ute and Werner Mahler, Santiago Sierra, and Marilyn Minter. Whether sculpture, photography, painting, or high-quality artist books, all our limited-edition works are available only here at prices far below the regular market value. A booklet with information on all currently available editions can be downloaded here. Additional information is available in our bookshops or by e-mail at edition[#]deichtorhallen.de.

Opening hours
Tue – Sun, 11 a.m.–6 p.m., every first Thursday of the month until 9 p.m.
Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, our bookshops will be closed from 2–30 November 2020.

Contact
Bookshop at the House of Photography
Katrin Hiller
Tel. +49 (0)40 32103-215
Fax +49 (0)40 32103-216
buchhandlung-hdp[#]deichtorhallen.de

Bookshop at the Hall for Contemporary Art
Tania-Maria Goos
Tel. +49 (0)40 32103-115
Fax +49 (0)40 32103-115
buchhandlung-hak[#]deichtorhallen.de

F.C. Gundlach Library

With approximately 9000 books, the F.C. Gundlach Library in the House of Photography offers six reading stations for research. The library’s catalog is also accessible online. In addition to books on the history, theory, and practice of photography, the reference library includes works on fashion photography, film, and design. The numerous monographs on photographers such as Richard Avedon, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Andreas Gursky, William Eggleston, Cindy Sherman, and Thomas Struth are an important cornerstone of the collection.

The library also includes a comprehensive archive with more than 150 photography-related periodicals on fashion, reportage, lifestyle, and architecture, such as Harper’s Bazaar, Life, and international editions of Vogue from the early 20th century to the present.

Opening hours
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2−6 p.m.
Due to the new measures to contain the corona virus, the library will be closed from 2–30 November 2020.

Contact
Anja Kneller
Tel. +49 (0)40 32103-224
bibliothek[#]deichtorhallen.de

Contact

Do you have any questions about visiting the Deichtorhallen?
Our visitors’ office will be happy to provide assistance
Mondays 2−4 p.m., Wednesdays 9–11 a.m. and Thursdays 10 a.m.–12 p.m.
+49 (0) 40 32103-200
besucherbuero[#]deichtorhallen.de.