Reseller

Benefit from your status as reseller

  • 15 % commission on the price of all entrance tickets and guided tours
  • Affordable group prices and smooth organization
  • Engaging and relatable for groups without prior knowledge of the topic
  • A bi-lingual exhibition (German and English)
  • Additional services such as guided tours and talks with eyewitnesses in a range of foreign languages
  • A central location in Berlin between the Television Tower and Museum Island
  • Coach parking in the immediate vicinity

Martin Klötzke

Head of Sales

T: 030 - 847 123 7 - 42
F: 030 - 847 123 7 - 39

vertrieb@ddr-museum.de

Guided Tours of the Museum

Guided Tour

The tour provides an overview of the most important topics covered by the DDR Museum. You can choose the lenght:

60 Min

90 Min

120 Min

 

Combined Tours

Party and State

The DDR Museum is located in the former centre of East German power. A one-hour museum tour is followed by a further hour visiting the site of the former Palace of the Republic, the Council of State and the Headquarters of the Socialist Unity Party.

120 Min

 

The Karl-Marx-Allee

A one-hour tour of the DDR Museum is followed by a two-hour tour of East Germany‘s most prestigious boulevard. Designed to embody the victory of Socialism, the Stalin-era ats actually provided the starting point of the workers’ uprising of 17 June 1953.

180 Min

 

City Tours

Everyday life in the capital of the DDR

Economic shortage, anti-Fascism and the niche society: the two-hour tour traces the everyday life of a lost world by visiting original loca- tions in Berlin.

120 Min

 

The Berlin Wall

A two-hour tour retracing the course of the former death strip between West and East Berlin, from Bornholmer Straße to Bernauer Straße.

120 Min

 

Opposition in the DDR

This two-hour tour takes its groups through areas which presented hotbeds of opposition to the GDR in the 1980s. Your guide traces the origins of the peaceful revolution of 1989.
 

120 Min

 

The people's uprising of the 17th June 1953

Sixty years after the first mass uprising in the Eastern Bloc, this three- hour tour traces the course of events unfolding on those violent days. Taking its participants to the original locations of protest and repres- sion, the tour remembers the 55 victims who died for the cause of freedom.

180 Min

 

Berlin-Mitte

This four-hour tour through the centre of Berlin takes visitors to Unter den Linden, the Brandenburg Gate, Checkpoint Charlie, the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe and other locations signi cant to the history of Berlin in the twentieth century.

240 Min

 

Talks and workshops

Eyewitness talks

Talks from contemporary eyewitnesses offer a first-hand account of everyday life in East Germany. Audiences can ask questions their own questions of the speakers gain a vivid appreciation of the special quality of life in East Germany. We can provide eyewitnesses to speak on almost any aspect of life in the DDR. Popular topics include everyday life in the DDR, school life, work, their oppositional activities and imprisonment by the Stasi.

Eyewitness talks are also available in a number of foreign languages.

Workshops

Children learn best when active. Our participatory workshops focussing on topics such as "ideology" and the "East German school system" enthuse pupils, enabling them to differentiate between concepts such as democracy and dictatorship. We organize workshops focussing on the following topics:

  • Ideology and Propaganda
  • Education
  • The People’s Uprising 17 June 1953
  • The peaceful revolution and the fall of the Berlin Wall

We offer guided tours in the following languages:

German, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swedish.

Further languages for both guided tours and eyewitness talks are available upon request.