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Guided tour through the permanent exhibition of the Museum Reinickendorf

Due to the current restrictions on public life imposed by the State of Berlin to combat the Corona Pandemic, the institution will be temporarily closed from November 02, 2020.

Zwei Kanonen mit Blick aufs Wasser in Tegel
Zwei Kanonen mit Blick aufs Wasser in Tegel © Sylvana Klinik, Bezirksamt Reinickendorf von Berlin

During an accompanied tour of the house, visitors are given insights into the eventful history of the Reinickendorf district from its beginnings to the present. The former school building also houses a historical classroom.

The reconstructed Germanic farmstead in the museum garden is particularly worth seeing. The Semnons settled in the Berlin area at the turn of the century. A nave, which served as a residential stable for people and animals, a storage house built on stilts and a weaving house can be visited.

A new component of the permanent exhibition is the "Hannah Höch Room" in the museum's cabinet, where pictures and objects by the internationally renowned artist and inventor of photomontage from the museum's own collection are now permanently on display.

Participation is free of charge.

Due to current circumstances, the number of participants in the public tour must be limited to 5 persons. Please bring along a mouth-nose protection.

Please register in good time. Contact: E-Mail or 030 - 404 40 62

(Program in German)
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