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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
I can say the DDR museum in Berlin is for children, and here is for more serious big guys in Dresden. Exhibitions are more various and dealing with heavier, more serious social themes.
I hope everyone who are interested in DDR visit here, not only...More
Die Welt der DDR is a nice collection of period "things" from the GDR, organized in categories. The building itself is actually a shopping mall, and the museum takes up a store, so there isn't much to write home about there. There is a mock...More
Recently (Jan 2017) moved from Radebeul into the "Simmel Center" at Albertplatz in Dresden.
You don't know whether to laugh or to cry: it's kind of irrational and suggests, that the former GDR-people had access to all like we did in the west.