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Borderland Museums and Remnants of the Wall

GRENZHUS e. V., Schlagsdorf
Re-experience the former borderland between the GDR and the GFR. Visit the exhibitions on the history of the division of Germany; a reconstructed border facility from the 1980s with restricted areas, trenches for blocking vehicles and barb wired mesh fences in the exterior area. Hike along the restored no-man's land which has been reclaimed in parts by nature. The facility also includes a watch-tower which can be entered, a concrete observation bunker, a checkpoint and a tollbooth.

Neubauernweg 1
19217 Schlagsdorf
Tel.: +49 38875 20326
Fax: +49 38875 20735


Deutsch-Deutsches Museum (German-German Museum) Mödlareuth, Töpen
The village of Mödlareuth on the former inner-German borderline used to be divided just like Berlin. It became a symbol for the division of Germany. Former border installations as well the original concrete barrage can be visited here, today.

Deutsch-Deutsches Museum Moedlareuth
Moedlareuth 13
95183 Toepen
Tel.: +49 9295 1334
Fax: +49 9295 1319
Website (German only)


Mauermuseum am Checkpoint Charlie (Museum of the Berlin Wall at Checkpoint Charlie), Berlin
One of the most popular permanent exhibitions about the history of the Berlin Wall can be visited here, such as "Painters interpret THE WALL", "Fleeing makes you creative" and "It happened at CHECKPOINT CHARLIE".

Mauermuseum - Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie
Friedrichstrasse 43-45
10969 Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 2537250
Fax: +49 30 2512075


Dokumentationszentrum Berliner Mauer (Berlin Wall Documentation Center)
The Berlin Wall Documentation Center is one of the different components of the memorial site ensemble at Bernauer Strasse. It provides an overview as well as in-depth information about the history of the Berlin Wall. The center researches and presents the history of the divided city of Berlin and the division of Germany with special focus on the historical events in Bernauer Straße and German post-war history.

Gedenkstaette Berliner Mauer
Bernauer Strasse 111
13355 Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 4641030
Fax: +49 30 46069740