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Who would have though a museum on the history of Customs could be so interesting. It starts with tax collection in Roman times and comes right up to date with ways of smuggling used today. It's quite small but very cheap to get in and...More
We missed the chocolate museum but the Zollmuseum was a nice break on our walk to the Miniatureworld. A lot of nice information and a good opportunity to talk about international trade with my two daughters (7 and 9 years old). Also a very cheap...More
We came across this small compact museum whilst walking from the city centre back to our cruise ship. This did mean that our time was a little restricted but it was still possible to view all the exhibits relating to the history of the German...More
Interesting exhibitions about customs today and in the past.
Friendly English speaking staff and only €6 for 3 adults and two kids. This included entrance to the customs ship that's on display just outside the museum as well.
For only 2 Euros entry fee for adult`s (minors are for free) this Museum offers a lot. On the 1st floor you have the past and on the ground floor the present. When your visiting Speicherstadt i would definitely recommend you to invest 1-1.5 hour`s....More
If you have any hour or so to spare in Hamburg then head for the Customs museum, both informative and fun. Downstairs walks you through the more current situations and legislation for customs and upstairs takes you through the history of customs in Germany. There...More
We stumbled across this museum in the warehouse district. At EUR 2 entry it is great value for about an hour of your time. Disappointing that only some of the exhibits are in english - but it does give you a good history of how...More