In Germany's first specialized museum on the everyday culture of the GDR, you can learn about everything from politics, working life and consumerism to education, culture and leisure in the GDR in a way that is both educational and entertaining. Touch-screen computers and audio guides are available in the permanent exhibition for more in-depth information. A well-stocked museum store offers publications and products with a GDR background. The museum is located in a listed crib building designed in the style of the "National Tradition". A lavishly restored stained glass window with scenic depictions by artist Walter Womacka adorns the entrance hall. Located in the middle of the historic planned city of Eisenhüttenstadt, the museum is an ideal starting point for exploring the city. You can prepare your tour at a virtual city model. Learn more about the offerings, which also include readings and events, on the homepage.
Tip: As part of a guided tour, visit the art archive in Beeskow, which is also part of the "Museum Utopie und Alltag".