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Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg

N 53°32.619', E 9°59.304'
2016-02-06
http://www.miniatur-wunderland.de
Our rating: 7.60
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Miniatur Wunderland (miniature "Wonderland") is a unique attraction in Hamburg, the world's largest museum of miniatures.

The project appeared with the idea of ​​the German Frederik Brown, who decided to build the biggest miniature railway in the world during his visit to Zurich. Determined to realize a childhood dream, he pulled into the case his twin brother Gerrit. The idea was risky and very expensive. The first models (Harz, Knuffingen and Austria) were open to the visitors in 2001. With the development of technology and increased budget, the authors realized a potential hiding behind their initiative.

Frederik Braun and Gerrit Braun
Frederik Braun and Gerrit Braun ©miniatur-wunderland.com

Now it is not just a railway, although trains are everywhere. Many visitors will be shocked, as the scale of the construction is really impressive. Even more amazing are technologies that are behind this miracle.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

The stadium with Helena Fisher

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Miniature concert

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Trolling the Americans

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Night comes every 15 minutes.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Each of the hundreds of thousands figures of people is unique.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

On each square meter gathered dozens of funny situations. Unfortunately it's not possible to find all of them during one visit.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

By pushing the buttons, you will start some interesting actions on the layout.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Control Center

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

And this is the standard work place

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Rabbit-train

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Amusement park

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

In 2010 was finished airport - the most grandiose layout in the museum with a   construction cost of about 3 million euros. The result is a unique model with moving vehicles, flying airplanes and even a schedule!

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Just imaging more than 1,000 moving trains, hundreds of thousands of figures of people, ten thousand of cars. Many cars also move autonomously. However, most visitors only see the facade of the layout. To go behind the curtains you have to take a private tour (unfortunately in German).

Between the walls and the layout there is a small space.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

The width of the layout is about 3-4 meters, so it's not possible to see even half of it from one side.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Multi-storey racks for trains

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Behind Las Vegas

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

That's how trains get energy.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Special charging stations for self-moving cars.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Many interesting installation are only visible for guided tours.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak


Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Also, only in the tour you can see dozens of naked models in a variety of places.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Just look inside the house

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Really?

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

And of course the back side of the Airport.

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

The biggest problem is the number of visitors. Therefore, come only before the opening, watch the layout for 2 hours and then go on an hour-long guided tour.

The number of visitors by country (February 2016)

Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg
Miniatur Wunderland in Hamburg ©Yuriy Buriak

Book tickets (€ 13) online here and guided tour (€ 15) here. Opening times.

The museum has an excellent dining room, where you can have a good lunch for 10 euros per person.

Getting there: Located in the heart of Hamburg, in the warehouse, just 500 meters from the metro station Baumwall. The exact address is Kehrwieder 2-4 / Block D.
Tags, Germany: amusements, unusual structures

Tags, all countries: amusements, unusual structures
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