Building 3 offers a reconstruction of a sleeping hall from 1910. Once the emigrants arrived in Hamburg, this was where they waited for their ship to arrive. According to the museum, after the long trip the beds here were rather luxurious.
After walking through this room, you arrive in the gift shop. For 6 Euro I bought a guide to the museum (they are available in German or English), which has a lot of information and many of the fantastic photographs you see at the museum. I look forward to adding it to my collection of genealogy books when I get home. There is also a cafe if the tour has made you hungry or thirsty. I left the last building and walked over to the Elbe, trying to picture the giant steamships that once passed by.
I want to finish this blog series by giving my sincere thanks to Joan at Roots'n'Leaves. She has been one of my air chair traveler readers and was the person who told me about this museum. I am so glad, as the idea that they would have an emigration museum here never crossed my mind. Thank you Joan, this was the most interesting place I have gone to on my trip this far! Please check out her fantastic blog!