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Deutsch-Deutsches Museum

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Good info

Museum is small, but with a lot of information. Many pictures about people, documents and also a... read more

Reviewed May 19, 2018
Leandro P
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Best spot to study the IGB

Have been to a few crossing points or memorial sites and this is by far the best. Excellent... read more

Reviewed August 14, 2017
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Moedlareuth 13 | Töpen, 95183 Hof, Bavaria, Germany
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Reviewed May 19, 2018 via mobile

Museum is small, but with a lot of information. Many pictures about people, documents and also a movie in French, English and German language is available. Staff is incredible helpful.

Thank Leandro P
Reviewed August 14, 2017

Have been to a few crossing points or memorial sites and this is by far the best. Excellent preserved stretch of wall, with different models of the wall from the different phases of its creation. Cheap and effective museum which one could make decent sense...More

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Reviewed April 14, 2017 via mobile

Our visit to the Deutsch-Deutsches museum today was our last sightseeing trip that included Dachau Concentration Camp and 2 days in Nuremberg. As a non German speaker all other visits had to be done with an audio guide which took away from the enjoyment and...More

1  Thank Purplegirl75
Reviewed September 12, 2016 via mobile

Much better than the 'Disneyland' "Check Point Charlie" show in Berlin. Conveys a feeling of having the wall in your face. The people here were still able to look out over it. The gradual tighter and tighter closing down, and locking up families, over the...More

1  Thank FiumicinoMrjan
Reviewed August 25, 2016

This museum is a important piece of history which is preserved here making the german german border visible to the generation which was born fortunately to late to experience it by them selves.

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Reviewed July 10, 2016

This is one of the few places where history comes alive. The little town is actually on the border between the states of Bavaria and Thuringia. It was called "Little Berlin" by the Americans, as the town was divided between east and west, just like...More

1  Thank Dimitris L
Reviewed June 16, 2016

The place is definitely worth the visit if one wants to learn about the post-war period of Germany. For an extremely low fare of 3€ pp one can visit the exhibition on the history of the village that was divided into a western and eastern...More

Thank F B
Reviewed May 14, 2016

I wouldn't go way out of your way to come here, but it was certainly worth an hour of our time. It does a good job of setting the scene to show visitors what the time under East Germany was like. I would have appreciated...More

1  Thank MaryLeeTraveler
Reviewed March 15, 2016 via mobile

Cannot praise this place highly enough. 3€ entry seems too little to visit an entire village and its museum. The whole village is an exhibit with sections of wall / fence / no mans land / watch towers dotted around like other villages have statues....More

Thank danglemoongroup
Reviewed December 22, 2015

On a relatively small piece premise, the visitor is provided with a thorough insight of German history which goes under the skin. A piece of the wall, a watchtower, stoppages and traps as well as barbed wire are on exhibit in the open, creating an...More

Thank Eberhard H
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