Living Museum Online (LeMO)

OUR ONLINE SERVICES ON CONTEMPORARY GERMAN HISTORY

History Online

Online Projects, Apps und Social Media

Screenshot of Zeitzeugenportal
Zeitzeugenportal

New video platform for contemporary witnesses

Visit our new platform and discover more than 8.000 video interviews (in German) with contemporary witness on German history!

To Zeitzeugenportal

Trainee Cam

Kelsey on Germans and their Cars

Our intern Kelsey, a student from the US, has shot a video about our automobile exhibition in Bonn. Check it out!

To the video on YouTube

New

English website

Our English pages are online! Now international visitors can get all the information on our museums. The website has an intuitive navigation system optimized for mobile devices, it provides information about what awaits you in our museums and exhibitions. We look forward to your feedback and wish you a lot of fun visiting, exploring and learning!

Facebook

Thank you for 11.000 likes!

Our Facebook page for Haus der Geschichte in Bonn has reached 11,000 likes. We are very happy, thank you for following us!

To our Facebook (German)

Zeitzeugenportal

Contemporary witnesses tell their individual stories and share their personal experiences: Discover more than 8,000 contemporary witnesses videos covering the times from World War I until today. The videos are all in German.

To Zeitzeugenportal


A participant of the tweetup to our exhibition 'Immer bunter'

Tweetups

In our Tweetups all the participants comment live on Twitter about their visit to the museum and discuss the exhibition: simultaneously on location and in social media.

Screenshot of the LeMO-game

Living Museum Online (LeMO)

LeMO is the German-language online portal on German history from the 19th century to the present day. It features videos, reports by contemporary witnesses, timelines, biographies, chronicles of individual years, 360° views of exhibits, and much more besides.

Find out more about LeMO

The app on the permanent exhibition 'Everyday Life in the GDR'
Young women using a tablet in the exhibition at the haus der Geschichte in Bonn.

Apps

Our free-of-charge exhibition apps offer audio guides, film clips, games and all the information you need to plan your visit.

Online projects

Information portals, websites, image galleries: Find out more about our other online projects.

Smartphone with Twitter stream

Social Media

We interact with you on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, and report on our exhibitions and events, presenting contemporary history in the process. Looking forward to your comments and posts!