Museum Flat WBS 70

A flat in a Plattenbau, the way of large panel system construction used in East Germany, still totally equipped with GDR furniture can be visited at Hellersdorf!
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Foto: STADT UND LAND

© Foto: STADT UND LAND

Foto: STADT UND LAND

© Foto: STADT UND LAND

The flat of 3 rooms still has its cupboard made out of chip board and a Colorett TV set. The shelf hold next to the “Hotel Guide GDR” the user’s manual for the Majomat (Magdeburg Yoghurt Automat). More genuine East German articles like Rorkäppchen sparkling wine, aprons made of Dederon or a bottle to make soda with carbondioxide cartridges can be discovered here by the curious visitors.

The monthly rent for such a flat in the 1980s amounted to 109 GDR-Mark. This was rather inexpensive and contributed to the popularity of living in such a Plattenbau.

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Editors Rating

Fun Factor
4.00

Unique Exhibits
5.00

Learning Experience
3.50

Peculiarity Points
5.00

Total
4.38

Address

Hellersdorfer Str., 179, 12627, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Marzahn-Hellersdorf

Info

Business Hours

Sundays and on appointment

02:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Holidays

closed

Important information

Ticket Price

Free

Parking

Available

Remark

PLease call +49 151 161 144 40 for additional appointments

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