Berlin, Germany

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commentOffered in: English and 9 more

Overview

Discover what life was like in East Germany on a private tour of Berlin’s DDR Museum. With a personal guide to add context and detail, experience the realities of the communist state of 1949 to 1990. Visit a replica interrogation room, take a Russian test, and see DDR TV shows, room sets, and artifacts as you gain insight into daily existence of the time. Admission tickets and choice of morning or afternoon tour included.
  • Private guided tour of the DDR Museum in Berlin
  • Avoid the lines with fast-track access
  • Explore the interactive sets and exhibitions with a guide
  • Watch East German TV, visit a mock prison cell, and view objects from the time
  • Learn about realities of the DDR, including the Stasi, food shortages, and more
  • Hear real-life tales and gain context from a guide
  • Includes entrance ticket, guiding, and choice of morning or afternoon departure

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, Apr 2018

It was just me and my husband and the guide. She was amazing and could tell us so much about how living in eastberlin was. So much people at the museum, so having someone guide you was great, since walking around reading was a bit hard.. i really recommend this!!.

J
, Feb 2018

Edo was our guide for this 1hr tour and what a fabulous guide he was!
The museum is small and compact but he made every item on show come alive by relating it to real stories and events.
2 adults/2 teenagers totally enthralled!
We loved every part of this tour and I would definitely recommend it!

B
, Nov 2017

This is a small museum. There is plenty to do and see without a guide, but our guide Anne was extremely helpful and added a great deal of value to our overall visit to Berlin. Anne provided useful background information about the DDR and its place in the history and culture of Berlin and Germany. Without the guide, we would have had an interesting walk-through of the museum, but we certainly would not have gained the historical and cultural insights that we gained from Anne's explanations. I would describe the value of the guide as something like the difference between seeing something in black and white and color, or maybe the difference between a 2 dimensional view and a 3 dimensional view.


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