It’s a very beautiful museum, not far from the Elbe River. The museum has a large area and rich exhibits. It is very helpful for understanding the city of Hamburg and it is worth visiting.
The Altona Museum is the largest regional museum in northern Germany. It mainly introduces the cultural and historical development of the Elbe region.
The Altona Museum is dedicated to the art and cultural history of northern Germany. Highlights of this regional museum include exhibits on paintings, handicrafts and graphics. Also examined is local cultural history, which has been strongly influenced by fishing and seafaring, intimately connected to Hamburg and its residents. Navigation instruments, captain’s souvenirs, ship plans, technical drawings and sea charts are all on display. Another beautiful exhibition is their collection of postcards – more than a million in all.
It can be said to be the Hamburg Museum of Local History, Humanities and History.
Although it is not big, it is very famous in the local area. Painting arts, handicrafts, fishing and other works of art are very good. Sometimes there will be exhibitions and activities, which is very high. Dance and lectures are very good.