Miniatur Wunderland Tickets

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Opening hours

Monday to Sunday
09:30 am - 18:00 pm

The opening hours listed above outline the minimum hours that the attraction is open. Depending on the day, opening times can run from 07:30 am to midnight. Miniatur Wunderland is open 365 days a year.

How to get there

Kehrwieder 2-4/Block D, 20457 Hamburg

Miniatur Wunderland is found at Kehrwieder 2 between the Rathaus (town hall) and the Elbphilharmonie in the historic Speicherstadt section of town. If you are arriving by U-Bahn, then take the U3 line for Baumwoll staion, then head east. If you prefer to use the bus, the Number 6 line stops directly in front of the museum. Another great way to travel is by bike. Most of Hamburg

FAQ

Should I Buy Tickets In Advance?
The short answer is yes. Miniatur Wunderland is an incredibly popular attraction and you are definitely advised to book ahead. Luckily, the attraction is open all year round and the generous opening times mean that if you book your time slot wisely you can avoid the densest crowds. If you haven
What
Miniatur Wunderland is a creative marvel of miniaturisation. The twelve different sections of the museum (ten more are in the planning stage) are spread across 24,000 sq ft. Sections include Hamburg (naturally), the Alps, America, Scandinavia and the fictitious city of Knuffigen - complete with its own fictional airport. 1,300 trains, 100,000 vehicles, 400,000 little people and half a million lights go into making this attraction a truly magical experience for kids of all ages.
Can I Take Photos?
Not only are you allowed to take photos, you are actively encouraged to. In many attractions of this kind, one can feel a little sheepish and unsure about taking a few sneaky photos but the folks at Miniatur Wunderland want you to document your visit as completely as possible. There is so much going on in all of the various sections that you are bound to catch something unique going on.
Do They Offer Guided Tours?
Miniatur Wunderland offers guided tours of the both the museum and all of the trickery and wizardry that goes on behind the scenes. You can book a sixty minute tour for up to 6 people throughout the day. Be careful when you book your tour that you book an English speaking guide, as the bulk of tours are conducted in German.

Must-know

The Tiny Twins
Miniatur Wunderland was created in 2000 by twin brothers Gerrit and Frederik Braun and completed in 2001. In the early stages, the museum was composed of only three sections - Austria, the fictional town of Knuffingen and, of course, Hamburg itself. Since then it has expanded to take in various parts of Germany as well as amazing pint-sezed depictions of Scandinavia and North America.
A Little Bit Of History
While the museum started life as a huge and intricate celebration of model railways it has since branched out into other areas. Insanely detailed dioramas depicting different era of Germany
Knuffingen Airport
One of the major attractions of the museum has nothing to do with trains at all. The imaginary Knuffingen Airport is perhaps the most creative an enjoyable exhibit in the whole museum. Watch real and fantastical aircraft - including the Millennium Falcon - take off and land on the bustling mini-massive airfield.
Knuffingen Airport

Knuffingen Airport

Places nearby

St. Pauli
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St. Pauli

St. Pauli. Rainer Lesniewski / Shutterstock.com

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Just a few minutes walk from the Miniatur Wunderland, the creatively-named Spicy
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Hamburg Maritime Museum
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Hamburg Maritime Museum

Hamburg Maritime Museum. Igor Tichonow / Shutterstock.com