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Eimsbüttel District

Eimsbüttel District

With its quarter of a million inhabitants, the district of Eimbüttel is more like a big city. Split into nine quarters, this district includes Eidelstedt, Eimsbüttel, Harvestehude, Hoheluft-West, Lokstedt, Niendorf, Rotherbaum, Schnelsen and Stellingen. It also contains the former Jewish neighbourhood of Grindel.          

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Tourism in the Eimsbüttel District

The district of Eimsbüttel is made up of green spaces, innumerable parks with dense tree coverings, and a myriad of villas, detached houses, red clinkers and low rise city houses. A walk through the district of Eimsbüttel will not only lead holiday makers past the particularly beautiful protected Grindel Houses, but also past numerous little cafés and restaurants.

The Hamburger Kammerspiele (Hamburg Chamber-Plays), a well known theatre, was founded in 1863 by the merchant Otto Eduard Ferdinand Pfennig and is home to many interesting plays that are worth having a look at. Actors such as Hans Albers, Erwin Geschoneck and Pamela Wedekind have performed here. In the Zoological and Botanical Museum visitors are welcomed by Antje, the NDR walrus.