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Guided tours and discussion station with Imke Küster and Claudia Wasow-Kania

On this day, the gardening school invites interested people from the neighborhood to a spring festival and provides information about its work and services. At first glance, the site looks like a park, but it has a complex past; from 1942 to 1945, a large forced labor camp was located here.


As part of the spring festival, visitors to the Krumpuhler Weg historical site can take part in a historical tour of the site, which is offered every hour on the hour from 12 noon to 5 pm. The museum - a former storage building - now houses an information and memorial room. At the discussion station, visitors can learn more about the historical background of the site.

A cooperation event between the Reinickendorf Museum and the Reinickendorf Gardening School.

Participation is free of charge.

Information and contact: Museum Reinickendorf www.museum-reinickendorf.de and on 030 - 90294-6460 or museum@reinickendorf.berlin.deTranslated with DeepL
Additional information
Meeting point: Historical location Krumpuhler Weg, entrance Billerbecker Weg 123 A, 13507 Berlin

Price info: Participation is free of charge and without registration.

Booking: Registration is not required.

Information and contact: Museum Reinickendorf www.museum-reinickendorf.de and at 030 - 90294-6460 or museum@reinickendorf.berlin.de
Dates
May 2024
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