The Berlin Wall at Märkisches Museum
An exhibition on the history of the "capital of the GDR" from the late 1960s to the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
The exhibition focuses on everyday life in East Berlin. It shows the city as a place balancing between its role as a centre of power for the SED regime and as a site of social and cultural diversity. This socio-historical portrait of East Berlin sheds light on the experiences of the people whose lives were intertwined with the city's development into a socialist metropolis.
In cooperation with museums throughout Berlin, the exhibition extends beyond the Ephraim-Palais Museum out into the city. Under the motto "My East Berlin", people from the East and the West can present their own belongings and describe their experiences with the city. Berliner students and school classes will be accompanying the journey of discovery with their own projects.
More information at www.ost.berlin/exhibition
Tue – Sun | 10 am – 6 pm
Adults: €7.00/Concessions: €5.00
Free admission under 18 years of age
Free admission the first Wednesday of each month
Disability and access
Details at Mobidat (in German).