Kaispeicher B – Internationales Maritimes Museum


Kaispeicher B, Hamburg’s oldest storage building, was built in 1878 and today not only serves as the location of the “International Maritime Museum”, but also offers a unique maritime atmosphere for your event with its multiple event areas.
In its original form, the Kaispeicher served as a grain silo in which goods such as tobacco, rum, wine, grain and tea were stored. As early as 1884 it was converted into a floor storage facility for general cargo.

The architecture of the warehouse in neo-Gothic brick Gothic style served as a pioneer for the buildings and facades of the Speicherstadt. The ten-storey listed brick building is surrounded by water on two sides and can be reached via a 60-metre-long pedestrian bridge designed by Parisian architect Dietmar Feichtinger and built in 2007.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to hold weddings, receptions, conferences and gala dinners for 10 to 400 people in a maritime, stylish setting.
We advise you on the choice of premises and plan together with you to create the perfect atmosphere for every occasion.

We look forward to your inquiry!

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