In our series “History Showcase” we regularly offer on each last Thursday of the month a lecture concerning the topics of archaeology or city history. National and international experts from various disciplines present their current projects, research and results to the public, showing exclusive picture material and footage of their latest discoveries.


This time, Ute Drews, director of the Viking Museum Haithabu, will talk about the origins of the Viking Museum.


The lecture will be in German. Unless otherwise stated, the events take place Thursdays at 6 PM in the ArchaeoLOGICUM in the Archaeological Permanent Exhibition at Harburger Rathausplatz 5, 21073 Hamburg.



The next lectures:


  • 31. Oktober: Dipl. Ing. architect Christoph Schwarzkopf, Heritage Institute of the districts Hamburg-Mitte and Harburg: „New Building in Harburg in the 1920s – Reflection of the Bauhaus? – A Tracing“
  • 28. November: Dr. Rüdiger Articus „From the early days of photography in northern Germany and Harburg“



Permanent Exhibition

Harburger Rathausplatz 5
21073 Hamburg


4 Euro, reduced 3 Euro

No registration required

This event will be in German only



18:00 - 19:30 Uhr