- Explore the intricacies of one of the most impressive Hanseatic Protestant baroque churches in Europe
- Climb the tower to get a closer look at Germany's biggest clock bell
- Treat your eyes to Hamburg's city and harbor views from heights of 106 meters above the Elbe River
'Michel', as the locals affectionately call Hamburg's best known church, is one of the city’s must-see sights. Count the impressive organs, climb the tower, and feast your eyes on stunning city views from the observation deck.
St. Michael's Church has its stories. If walls could talk, this special member of Hamburg's Lutheran church family would speak of lightning strikes, unfortunate fires, and the horrors of WWII.
All of that meant parts of it had to be rebuilt twice, but through it all this beautiful building has emerged as a proper survivor!
Take a walk around one of northern Germany's most impressive churches and count not one, not two, but five organs! The centerpiece is a 20-meter-high altar that has surely heard its share of prayers over the years.
Look up at the impressive copper roof and climb the tower to inspect Germany's biggest clock bell. You'll also get inspiring city and harbor views from the observation deck, at 106 meters.
- Admission to St. Michael's Church
- Admission to the tower
- Admission to the crypt (tickets available onsite)
Enter the tower hall, skip the cashier, take the door to the left or to the right that leads to the staircases, and scan your smartphone ticket at the turnstile.
Cancellations are not possible for this ticket.