The Hamburg Labor Museum is well-known because it can not only learn about the history of labor and life development in Hamburg, but also can find traces in Germany and Europe. It is very complete. The rich exhibits in the museum are indeed amazing.
The Hamburg Labor Museum, located in the east of Hamburg city, is a building left by the European Industrial Revolution. The red brick building is elegant and simple. The museum mainly introduces the changes and development of industrial labor in Hamburg. Many old photos and physical models are displayed.
The Hamburg Labor Museum records the history of the development of work and labor in Hamburg, reflecting the changes in the rights and roles of men and women workers. Opening hours: Monday, 13:00-21:00; Tuesday to Saturday, 10:00-17:00; Sunday, 10:00-18:00. Tickets: adults: 4 euros, discount: 3 euros, half price on Friday.
A museum about the historical struggle of laborers.
The role of workers has undergone a fundamental change. A very novel museum that records the development of work and labor in Hamburg and even in Germany
It records the development of work and labor in Hamburg and even in Germany. There are many models of large machinery, which are very good.
Preston_Dominguez: Wiesendamm 3, Hamburg, Germany
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