DDR Museum VIP Ticket for skip-the-line entrance
- Avoid the queues for DDR Museum to experience everyday life in the German Democratic Republic
- Admire futuristic technology, touch unique artifacts and and take part in a variety of activities
You must not miss this award-winning museum for a fun filled visit to understand life under the dictatorship of the former DDR government.
Whether sitting in a Trabi or rummaging through the cupboards in a recreated living room, the DDR Museum provides an engaging and varied experience. Open doors, pull down hatches, rummage through drawers: there is always something to discover, feel and learn. With countless artifacts, texts, multi-media stations and activities, passive consumption is not an option. The level of interaction offered by theexhibition is unique not just in Germany, but throughout the world. Indeed, the DDR Museum has been nominated twice as European Museum of the Year.
The permanent exhibition gives a comprehensive insight into everyday life in the German Democratic Republic (DDR in German). Ranging from the everyday routine of pioneer membership and living conditions in a high-rise tower block to the intricacies of the East German political system, the museum reveals the realities of life underthe dictatorship: consumption and scarcity; the Berlin Wall and the Stasi; full-employment and school life; the ubiquitous Trabi and Interflug; the planned economy and the parlous state of the environment; the military and relations with the Eastern-bloc “brother states”.
- Skip the line admission to DDR Museum
- Reduced price for children and youth 6-17 years old, students with a valid student pass, the disabled.
- Free entrance for children under 6 years old.
DDR Museum, Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 1, 10178 Berlin
On the bank of the river Spree directly opposite the Berlin Cathedral
- Your ticket is valid for entry on the date of your choice and gives you skip the line entrance to the museum.
- It is valid for 12 months from the date of your booking.
DDR Museum opening hours to the public:
- Open 7 days a week year round.
- Monday to Friday and Sunday: 10am to 8pm.
- Saturday: 10am to 10pm.
Visiting after 4pm is recommended to avoid the crowds.
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