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For foreigners or even for east germans the museum is willing to let you dive into the history of the old DDR. It proposes a timeline 70ies 80ies etc. to let you walk through the rooms and discover each time area. You can read the...More
Remembering the time before the wall this was very interesting visit. Fun to look at all the items from the past. Many looks just the same as what we had on the other side of the wall.
Museum is in an odd place - a...More
Nicely done museum located on the 6th floor of a furniture store. There is an elevator (max 4 persons) that you can ride up. The bathrooms are on the 4th floor and are very clean. The timeline starts in 1949 and works forward, be sure...More
Highlight of a few days in the area! A journey back in time to furniture and household items of the past! Although i had a feeling some of the stuff is nowadays fashionable again! Great you can touch things!
There was a lot to see in this fascinating museum dedicated to life in communist East Germany. There are rooms (bedrooms, living rooms, kitchens) set up decade by decade to represent the kinds of consumer goods that were available at the time. As other reviewers...More
One would think that such an exhibit would include English reading tourists. It is in the former East? Don´t the citizens already know what they or relatives lived through? I was with a German and luckily could understand more than amassed products of the East....More
Am not sure what to say. TONS of memorabilia. It was cool to look at, but everything is in German, so unless you have a good reading comprehension, you won't understand the descriptions, newspaper clippings, etc. There were some room displays, and some of the...More
Cunningly placed on the sixth floor of a furniture store this museum is fascinating. Arranged as a series of themed rooms the whole story of the GDR is told from start to finish in a fairly superficial and entertaining way, largely using the detritus of...More