Brandenburg-Prussian Museum in Wustrau

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Since the anniversary year 2020, the Brandenburg-Prussia Museum in Wustrau presents a completely revised main exhibition. Starting with the only complete portrait gallery of all Brandenburg electors, Prussian kings and German emperors, visitors get a multifaceted overview of the history of Brandenburg and Prussia, from Christianization with cross and sword in the High Middle Ages to the end of the Hohenzollern monarchy in 1918.
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  • Brandenburg-Preußen Museum Wustrau
  • Brandenburg-Preußen Museum Wustrau - Eingang
The museum offers a new, fresh look at Prussia: one room is dedicated to strong Prussian female personalities - from Dorothea Erxleben, the world's first female doctor, to the successful locomotive manufacturer Sophie Henschel. The "Prussian ethic of duty" emerges from the interaction of Enlightenment and Pietism in Halle at the end of the 17th century. The toy collection of Anneliese Bödecker, wife of the museum's founder, shows toys as a mirror of society in the German Empire. Industrialization is depicted with its light and dark sides: The rise to world leadership, especially in the optical industry, chemistry and the electrical industry is contrasted with the housing shortage and the spread of cholera and tuberculosis in the rapidly growing cities.

The Brandenburg-Prussia Museum is located in the picturesque Zieten village of Wustrau at the southern beginning of Lake Ruppin. In addition to the castle of the von Zieten family (Hans Joachim von Zieten, Frederick II's equestrian general resided in Wustrau), the old village church and the romantic village center, visitors can experience the beautiful landscape of the Ruppiner Seenland by water, bicycle or on foot.

Guided tours are offered on the weekends and other tours can be booked.

Please check again before your visit on the website www.brandenburg-preussen-museum.de or by phone if there are corona-related changes.
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Since the anniversary year 2020, the Brandenburg-Prussia Museum in Wustrau presents a completely revised main exhibition. Starting with the only complete portrait gallery of all Brandenburg electors, Prussian kings and German emperors, visitors get a multifaceted overview of the history of Brandenburg and Prussia, from Christianization with cross and sword in the High Middle Ages to the end of the Hohenzollern monarchy in 1918.
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  • Brandenburg-Preußen Museum Wustrau
  • Brandenburg-Preußen Museum Wustrau - Eingang
The museum offers a new, fresh look at Prussia: one room is dedicated to strong Prussian female personalities - from Dorothea Erxleben, the world's first female doctor, to the successful locomotive manufacturer Sophie Henschel. The "Prussian ethic of duty" emerges from the interaction of Enlightenment and Pietism in Halle at the end of the 17th century. The toy collection of Anneliese Bödecker, wife of the museum's founder, shows toys as a mirror of society in the German Empire. Industrialization is depicted with its light and dark sides: The rise to world leadership, especially in the optical industry, chemistry and the electrical industry is contrasted with the housing shortage and the spread of cholera and tuberculosis in the rapidly growing cities.

The Brandenburg-Prussia Museum is located in the picturesque Zieten village of Wustrau at the southern beginning of Lake Ruppin. In addition to the castle of the von Zieten family (Hans Joachim von Zieten, Frederick II's equestrian general resided in Wustrau), the old village church and the romantic village center, visitors can experience the beautiful landscape of the Ruppiner Seenland by water, bicycle or on foot.

Guided tours are offered on the weekends and other tours can be booked.

Please check again before your visit on the website www.brandenburg-preussen-museum.de or by phone if there are corona-related changes.
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Comfort Information

  • Leisuretime
    Visitor parking
    • Distance of visitor parking to the entrance (in meters, approx.): 100
    Flooring
    • Level, trip-free flooring everywhere (inside and outside)
    Guest bathroom
    • Guest toilet is accessible without stairs
    Additional info
    • There are borrowable seating options available
    • Handrails on all stairs
    • Changing facility for infants

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OT Wustrau Eichenallee 7a

16818 Wustrau-Altfriesack

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Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.

Fischbänkenstraße 8
16816 Neuruppin

Tel.: +49 (0) 3391-659630
Fax: +49 (0) 3391-659632

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(+49) +49(0)3312004747​ We are available for you via telephone: weekdays Mon – Fri 9 am – 1 pm and Oct. 31 from 9 am – 1 pm.

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