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Great museum about the German naval fleet of the great war, mostly about World War 1. Lots of ships models, artwork and posters and other artifacts. Free entrance, free tours, lockers available, Restaurant nextdoors. Perfect for when the weather lets you down a bit.
In addition to the exhibits in the hall, there are a few historic ships tied up alongside the pier. It is very near the centre of the city and offers views of the nearby docked ferries, cruise ships and shipyards.
Really friendly staffwho we’re more than willing to help us. Really enjoyed the 1918 exhibition. Excellent guide to the exhibition in English. I learned a lot! Really nice cafe / bar at the side building with outdoor seating facing the water. Right next to the...More
We had one (rainy) day in port and didn't feel like going far, so after missing the ferry for the submarine museum, four of us stumbled on this wonderful, historical display of the maritime history of Germany. There are ship models, beautiful paintings, artifacts, as...More
The museum is at one end of Kiel’s town centre. The museum is basically in one large hall making it easy to see all the displays. Information is also in English. There are artifacts, paintings, ship models and small boats. Displays of life in the...More
So our cruise ship pulls in with 2000 passengers. Everbody books an expensive shore excursion and does the cattle call onto the buses and off they go. My friend and I walk one block to this absolutely charming Maritime museum. We were the ONLY ones...More
If you ask some of the locals or look at some other reviews right here,you will be told that "there is not much to see in Kiel" but this is completly NOT TRUE. You will however, have to find it yourself. If you go to...More