We offer guided visits for individuals and groups. Guided visits are dialogue-based tours of an exhibition. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the safety measures recommended by the Robert Koch Institute (distance and hygiene rules) apply. Visitors are required to wear a face mask.
If you are coming on your own or in a small group, why not simply join one of our public guided visits? Simply register at our Information Desk. The visit with a larger group (15 persons or more) is possible again from September. Feel free to book a guided visit tailored to your needs with our Visitor Services.
Free of charge
All group visits are free of charge.
Mo-Fr: 9 a.m.–4 p.m.
Tel.: +49 (0) 30 46 77 77 9-11
Guided visits of the permanent exhibition “Everyday Life in the GDR” are available free of charge for groups of at least 10 people. Please contact Visitor Services to discuss dates, the size of the group and your needs – at least three weeks in advance. The tour lasts one hour. If your group is not made up of German-speakers, we offer guided visits in Dutch, English, French, Italian, Polish, Russian, Spanish and Swedish. For inclusive groups, we offer guided visits in simple language or with a sign language interpreter.
We offer regular public guided visits of the permanent exhibition free of charge in German. The guided visits last around one hour. No prior registration is required. Simply enter your name on the list at the museum’s Information Desk shortly before the guided visit begins. Due to the corona pandemic, the number of participants is limited to 10 persons per guided visit. The distance and hygiene rules recommended by the Robert Koch Institute apply. You find a detailed schedule of the German guided visits here.