The photography department of the Gutehoffnungshütte (GHH) in Oberhausen has taken countless photographs of the different areas of what was once Germany's largest steel and mechanical engineering company. Whether trucks and fire engines, ships and barges, zeppelin hangars and cable cars or the bicycles the workers used to get to work - the exhibition "On Land, Water and in the Air - Mobility at GHH" provides an insight into this "mobile past".
St. Antony Hütte, Oberhausen (Ironworks)
The crime thriller surrounding the setting up and operation of the first ironworks in the Ruhr region is related together with the company history and subsequent use of the premises. Next door you can discover the unique relics from the early period of the ironworks in the LVR Industrial Archaeological Park.
St. Antony-Hütte, Antoniestraße 32-34, 46119 Oberhausen
The Eisenheim Museum in the oldest workers’ housing estate on the Ruhr tells the story of the housing and of the daily grind and life in the “settlement”.
Museum Eisenheim, Berliner Straße 10a, 46117 Oberhausen