Bucerius Kunst Forum
Only a few meters away from the Town Hall in the direct center of the city. Current Exhibition: All dates can be found on the official BKF Website.
Combining Culture with Shopping
The platform hamburg-einkaufszentrum.de is not only aimed at those who wanna go shopping in Hamburg but also at those who'd like to combine shopping and sightseeing, entertainment and culture. In this sense, we want to present the "Bucerius Kunst Forum" here ("Kunst" means art in german) for precisely the following reasons:
It is much likely that visitors of Hamburg will come to the town center of Hamburg if they want to go shopping in the Hansestadt. The Bucerius Kunst Forum in turn is located in the heart of the city center itself. You find it at the right end of the town Hall, opposite of the entrance to the underground station (S1 / S3).
The Bucerius Kunst Forum further more is a rather small but very fine and reputable exhibition space with changing exhibitions. The visit lasts for about an hour (if you are an expert in arts much longer of course). And after that you can enjoy a good reinforcement in the restaurant / cafe of the Bucerius Kunst Forum.
To make one thing clear: even if we present you this spot as a good thing to do between shopping and strolling we wanna make clear that the Bucerius Kunst Forum is not just a good place to be in this sense. The Bucerius Kunst Forum is a highly interesting spot for everyone who likes art.
How to get there:
S1 / S3: get off at station "Jungfernstieg" and take the exit towards the "Rathausmarkt".
The best possibilities for parking the car offers the Hanseviertel (about three minutes on foot; access to the shopping center via the street Hohe Bleichen) and the Alsterhaus (also three minutes on foot; access via the street "Poststraße")
Admission charge is 8 Euro for adults, 5 Euro reduced. Children under the age of 18 do not pay any admission charge (up-to-dateness: february 2013). The fee for an audioguide is 2 Euro. Entrance to the café / restaurant is independent of the exhibition spaces possible.