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This museum is a collection of memorabilia / daily use items from the DDR times with a few captions. Probably the best part was seeing a Trabant car in person :).
Signage is all in German, and there are QR codes that you can follow...More
Tucked away as it is on the first floor of a shiny shopping centre, in Dresden's new town, this museum provides a rather ironic overview of daily life in the old socialist East Germany. Items are organised coherently to recreate such delights as an east...More
This small museum on the second floor of a shopping arcade was not highlighted in some of the travel guides, but we found it very interesting, well done and surprisingly empty of tourists. Located in the center of the Neustadt, a pleasant walk across the...More
This small museum (you need about an hour) shows a lot of stuff from the DDR era (although I also saw many things we had in The Netherlands at the same time). There's not a lot of explanation, so use your imagination. The Museum store...More
The museum is not very big but it has a lot of exibits. I really liked that they were display thematically - there was a pharmacy, music shop, grocery store but also a school, few living rooms and kitchens, a bathroom and more. As a...More
I'm afraid I suffer from a bit of Ostalgie, and I'm not even a German!
I love reading accounts and novels set in the DDR era.
This museum is nicely laid out, very spacious and had typical clothes, rooms, cars, businesses & military examples from...More
I lived in Berlin in the 80s and this museum brought back a lot of memories from my visits to the East. It is small and there are a lot of exhibits, some kind of crammed together. Staff was friendly and spoke english. Worth the...More
Very small space so you needn't allow for much time to visit but it's quite accessible even for anyone with a casual interest in this area. It's not particularly remarkable but a decent visit nonetheless.
If you're not a German speaker, each exhibit includes a...More
The content is apparently from the Zeitreise DDR museum which closed last year. Too many trabants imho, the caravan and tent attachments are interesting though! Probably too many artefacts for the space, the closed museum was on 4 floors. It's only €4 entry at 1700...More