40 years of the archive of the Spandau City History Museum
The archive of the Spandau City Historical Museum has been housed in the Palas of the Citadel for 40 years. The exhibition Spandaus Schätze provides an insight into the history and diverse holdings of the archive, which extends far beyond the year 1983 from the medieval times to the present day.
These include documents from the Brandenburg margraves, old seals and coins, municipal records, but also diaries, photos and albums, historical maps and plans, newspapers from 1849 to the present day, as well as audio and film material.
All of these archives bear witness to the long, special history of the people of Spandau and protect it from being forgotten.
Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in the history of Spandau at interactive stations and workshops. They can playfully test or expand their knowledge, become a chronicler, practise historical writing techniques or create collages from Spandau newspapers.
Price info: Free entry for people from the Ukraine.
Reduced price: €2.50
Reduced price info: children from 6 to 14 years – students – trainees – persons receiving transfer benefits (ALG II, social assistance, benefits under the Asylum Seekers Benefits Act) – persons with severe disabilities from 50% MdE upon presentation of the corresponding ID.
Public Tours in the Citadel Spandau
every 1st Sunday of the month at 2 p.m. in English
regular tours in German on Saturday and Sunday
at 2 p.m.
per person 4,50 € for the Tour
on MuseumsSunday free entry!
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