The Dunckerstraße, located in the middle of the residential area around the Helmholtzplatz, is still one of the densely populated residential areas in the district of Prenzlauer Berg. The residential building Dunckerstraße 77, its construction and the living conditions of its inhabitants are the focus of this exhibition.
It shows how an apartment in the front building, consisting of parlor, chamber and kitchen, was set up around 1900 and provides information about the different living conditions and living conditions of the residents in the front building and in the rear building. In addition, the exhibition thematizes u. a. Aspects of immigration to Berlin, the development and settlement of the residential area Helmholzplatz and the living and working conditions in the northeast of Berlin around 1900.
The exhibition is a joint project of the Museum Pankow, which has developed the exhibition, and the retirement home "Herbstlaube", which looks after this exhibition location. Active seniors from the Herbstlaube and the Pankow Senior Citizens Representation supervise the exhibition on a voluntary basis during the opening hours - the exchange with the visitors is desired and intended.
Opening Hours: Mo, Tu, Th, Fr, Sa and Su 11.00 - 16.30
Zimmermeister Brunzel - Bauen und Wohnen in Prenzlauer Berg um 1900
Dunckerstraße 76 / 77