art & culturein hamburg
Chocolate makes you happy! In the CHOCOVERSUM Hamburg you are able to experience this phenomenon with all your senses and even become a Chocolatier yourself. In a 90-minute tour you accompany the cocoa bean on its exciting journey from cultivation to the finished bar of Chocolade. Sampling is highly encouraged! The Chocolate Museum in the heart of Hamburg.
Die Deichtorhallen Hamburg
The Deichtorhallen Hamburg are one of Europe's largest exhibition halls for contemporary art and photography.
Since its founding in 1989, more than 180 large-scale exhibition projects have been realized and 2011 marked the addition of a complementing branch in Hamburg-Harburg.
A design shop, the bookshop for photography as well as the award-winning restaurant "Fillet of Soul" round out the gallery’s diverse offerings.
The Koppel 66 is an insider tip far beyond Hamburg for multi-faceted art and unusual treasures. A total of 12 studios extend over three floors and a basement vault. Some are used by individual artists, others by artist communities. Throughout the year, numerous special events will take place in the building. The studios are also open outside the events.
Schmidt Theater & Schmidts TIVOLI
On the evening of the August 8th 1988 at 8:08 p.m., the Schmidt theater on the Reeperbahn was formally opened. Since then, the tradition house offers top entertainment for mind, belly and heart in a unique plushy ambience.
In the neighboring house Schmidts Tivoli, St. Pauli’s heart is beating! Experience wonderful vaudeville, great guest performances and the long-running „CAVEMAN” and „Heiße Ecke” in one of the most beautiful theaters in the city.
The opening of the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg will take place on 11 and 12 January 2017. In the flow of the Elbe and surrounded on three sides by water, the new concert hall will become the centre of attraction for all who live in Hamburg as well as for visitors from all over the world. The spectacular building houses three concert halls, a large music education area, a range of places to eat and drink, a hotel and the public Plaza, which offers visitors an unparalleled panoramic view over the whole city. Artistic quality, variety and accessibility shape the musical programme of Hamburg’s new cultural landmark.
Plaza tickets for a same-day visit are available free of charge in person at the Elbphilharmonie Visitor Centre or via on-site ticket machines. Tickets may be booked in advance (subject to a booking fee of €2.00 per ticket) here.
Picture: Elbphilharmonie © Maxim Schulz