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German Maritime Museum – Leibniz Institute for Maritime History (DSM)

View of the exterior of the DSM © DSM/Niels Hollmeier
View of the exterior of the DSM © DSM/Niels Hollmeier

The German Maritime Museum / Leibniz Institute for Maritime History (DSM) in Bremerhaven has set itself the task of exploring the eventful relationship between man and sea and making it possible to experience it in exhibitions.

The DSM is currently in a state of flux and combines a building renovation and the construction of a research depot with a comprehensive new concept for all exhibition and research areas. During this phase, which lasts until 2021, the building will nevertheless remain open to visitors - with a varied programme, changing special exhibitions and events. The current special exhibition "360° POLARSTERN - Eine virtuelle Forschungsexpedition" revolves around sailing, researching and living on board the famous polar research vessel of the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI). Using virtual and augmented reality, museum visitors can embark on a virtual research voyage in polar regions. The more than 600-year-old Bremer Kogge and the museum ships in the outdoor area can also continue to be visited.

 

Contact

German Maritime Museum – Leibniz Institute for Maritime History
Thomas Joppig
Hans-Scharoun-Platz 1
D-27568 Bremerhaven 

 

Tel: +49 471 482 07 49
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Web: www.dsm.museum