The enlightening history of the country with spookiness and horrifying sentiments, and the darkest past of Germany comes to life at the Hamburg Dungeon. 13 shows in a unique location with 600 years of dark history of the Hamburg city will shock you to the bone and take your breath away. The Hamburg dungeon brings back the gloomy times which the city faced during plague, black shadows of the blazar of the flames of fire in 1842 and much more. All the tormented and terrifying past years of the city have been brought back to life at the dungeon to give you a live experience with a good dose of horror and humour.
Insights of the Hamburg Dungeon
The Torture Chamber at the Hamburg Dungeon
The Torture Chamber in the Hamburg Dungeon has a wicked torturer who has fun while he demonstrates his methods with his tools on you and your fellow bystanders unsuspectedly. No matter if you are a criminal, heretic, a traitor or innocent, he will terrify you with all his tools to make you confess the crimes you might have not even done. With wickedness in his eyes, he will demonstrate thumbscrews, The Hook, Tongue tearer, the chappy chopper, and the Pear. You might be tied up to the chair and you and your mates might whimper with fear at the possibility of what he could do to you with his tools. The torturer's cell is round in shape and you got no corners to hide to.
The Labyrinth at the Hamburg Dungeon
The Labyrinth at the Hamburg Dungeon is a maze house wherein you have been caught along with your buddies or family as you have been found guilty and now all you can do is face the disorienting Labyrinth which is a confusing and claustrophobic maze of tunnels. The tunnels lead to a single place only i.e. the dreaded hospital where an interesting lesson of anatomy is being held. You can not go back and all you can hear are the cries of people from within the tunnels of the maze. You have to navigate your way through a maze of mirrors through a narrow lane through the terrifying noises and smoke. You can do nothing but watch your disbelief as the surprises wait for you at every turn.
The Mad House in the Hamburg Dungeon
The Mad House at the Hamburg Dungeon represents the time of the 17th century of the infamous work house which was located at the banks of the Alster. Beatings, torture, fear, and slave-like work was a routine here for all those who were imprisoned. The prisoners had to pay for their sins with torture and there was no other way out. In the dark cells, the prisoners became insane and torture everyone who enters. You get to experience what the prisoners did and the torment from the merciless guards.
How to Get Tickets?
The Hamburg Dungeon ticket can be booked both online and offline. You can book the tickets online through this website.
How To Get Around?
Hamburg Dungeon can be accessed only on foot as it does not allow any kind of transportation within its premises.
What Should I Wear?
Go for a sporty look. Wear a pair of pants or trousers with a round neck t-shirt. Carry a shrug if you want. Complete the look with a cool cap or hairband and a pair of sport shoes. Carry a bag pack.
Best Time to Visit
Hamburg Dungeon remains open on all days of the week from 10 am to 5 pm.
Will I Need a Guide?
A guide will not be needed as this website will guide you about the all the things.
How To Get There?
You can rent a regular taxi to reach the place. Bicycles are also a great option. You can take a trolley or a public bus as well from the airport.
The place gets very crowded, so book your tickets before time. Beware of the pickpockets. Do not carry any weaponry items in the dungeon or you may be deported. Carry your passport and visa with you at all times.