***The Emigration Museum BallinStadt Hamburg is closed at least until March the 26th 2020 to reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Purchased tickets are still valid. We ask for your understanding and inform you here on the website and on our social media channels as soon as the regular opening hours are valid again.***
On an area of 2,500 square meters, experience the fascinating migration history of over four eras at the Emigration Museum BallinStadt Hamburg. Follow the footsteps of people striving to fulfill their hopes and dreams on their journey to a new homeland while visiting our exhibition. Learn more about Albert Ballin, the founder of the former emigrations halls in Hamburg. As Deutsches Haus der Migration (German House of Migration), BallinStadt is part of a worldwide network of more than 80 academic institutions and organizations.