Berlin: DDR Museum Tickets
- Valid: 1 day
Visit the DDR Museum, where the history of East Germany (often called by its German acronym, DDR, instead of the English, GDR) is made tangible. See reconstructions of DDR apartments and learn about daily life under the communist regime. The items in the museum are not hidden away in cases, but wait to be properly discovered. You can pull out drawers, open cupboards, reach inside and browse. Climb into an original Trabant, turn the ignition – and off it goes. Experience an exciting simulated voyage through the prefabricated districts accompanied by the typical Trabant noises. Turn on the television in a typical East German living-room and rifle through the Karat wall-cupboard, one of the most evocative home-furnishings of the GDR era. Smell the spices on the shelf and see the pressure-cooker on the stove. Watch news-reports sitting in an original cinema stall, or dance to Lipsi, East G...
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Enjoy an in-depth look at East German motorbikes, restored and displayed at Berlin's famous DDR Museum. Get an insight into life in East Germany as you explore the carefully curated exhibitions with over 130 motorbikes. See the widely used two-wheelers such as the "Schwalbe" and rarities like the Simson motorbike, used for the East German Ministry of the Interior escort, of which only 30 were manufactured. Continue to admire the "Duo 4/1," which was exclusively allocated through the IFA Directorate or the state insurance of the DDR. Enjoy a truly immersive experience with background texts on individual objects, atmospheric installations, historical photos, and advertising material to complement the exhibition.
The DDR Museum is open all year! Monday - Sunday; 9:00AM-9:00PM.
Adult: €9.80; Reduced: €6; VIP Ticket: €12; Reduced VIP: €8.50; Groups: €6.50; Student groups of over 10: €4.50
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