DDR Museum Overview

Opened in 2006, DDR Museum is dedicated to showcasing the everyday life and culture of life in the German Democratic Republic. The museum is popular for showcasing the personal experience of the lives of the people during many events which took place in the German Democratic Republic. The museum is one of the top places to see in Berlin which has received over half a million visitors.

Visit the DDR Museum which uses its interactive permanent exhibition to educate people about the history of the city. The exhibition highlights 16 key facets of daily life in the GDR such as Leisure, Fashion, and Culture. One of the most interesting facts is that you can look at the personal belongings of the people that were donated to the museum.

Look at artefacts such as radio, photographs, clothes, typewriter, and many more which depict the daily life of the people. Visit the Trabant, the authentic Plattenbau living room, and the school satchel where you can look at school reports and children’s exercise books.


• Visit this one-of-a-kind museum which is dedicated to educate people about the lives of the common public belonging to the German Democratic Republic.
• Indulge in the interactive permanent exhibition where you can touch the artefacts during your visit. 
• Learn more about the private life of the people and witness artefacts donated by them to the museum.
• Get a chance to drive a Trabant or try on German Democratic Republic clothing in a digital mirror.

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