Tuesday to Sunday – 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
1st Thursday of each month – to 9 p.m.
Bus 112 or U1 to station Steinstraße. From there on it will take you only about 2 minutes on foot to the Deichtorhallen.
Use the journey planner of the Hamburg Transport Association, if you would like to use means of public transportation.
Many hire stations for city bikes on the Kunstmeile offer facilities round the clock for hiring and returning a StadtRAD.
Deichtorhallen Hamburg is one of Europe’s largest exhibition center for contemporary art and photography. The two historical buildings, the Hall for Contemporary Art and the House Of Photography, dating from 1911-13 are real eye-catchers, with their open steel-and-glass structures. It is an architecture that today creates the backdrop for spectacular major international shows. Down through the years, Deichtorhallen Hamburg has emerged as an exhibition center for photography and contemporary art with three pillars of activities, three institutions under the single Deichtorhallen brand. Since 2011, the two buildings at the interface of Hamburg’s Art Mile and Hafencity have been supplemented by a satellite in Hamburg’s Harburg district, the Sammlung Falckenberg.
Photos inside Deichtorhallen: Henning Rogge/Deichtorhallen Hamburg
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Restaurant and Cafes
Restaurant Fillet Of Soul
Tuesday – Saturday 11 am − 12 pm, Sunday 11 am −6 pm
Last order: 10 pm
Restaurant Fillet of Soul
Fillet Of Soul Canteen
Tuesday − Sunday 11 am − 6 pm
During the exhibition-free time, the café remains closed.
Café des Fillet of Soul
Deichtorhallen Hamburg Shops
Tuesday − Sunday, 11 a.m. − 6 p.m.
Open until 9 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month,
closed on Mondays
Tuesday – Sunday, 12 − 6 p.m.