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DDR-Museum, Radebeul
(4.3/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Student and weather not permitting, certainly worth a visit. The entry price is certainly high.
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  • Super exhibition, many things you already forgot, rediscovered and smirked. Clearly arranged objects, loving and worthy for the future generations.
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  • We were with another 3 pairs here and all were in agreement – worth a visit for our age group. 45... 65 years. The Museum is privately owned and receives no State support. Therefore € 9.00 p. adult admission - for families with children not just a trifle. It feels back transported to Grandma and Grandpa but also in their own childhood.
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  • A lot of information and how the life was in DD R time. Much better than the Berlin Ddr museum!
  • Was very pleasantly surprised. Very much exhibition space with lots of memories. I've felt good there immediately as a skilled citizens. After moving to Dresden in the newly renovated former building of the transport company on Albert square will be not shown yet to see even more and also many exhibits. I'm going again next year in any case.
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  • Funny museum with all kinds of utensils and news from 40 years of the GDR. Something expensive for what you get to see.
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  • Itself quite well done, yet I find easy to fully put some spaces and admission is a bit too high. Who want to photograph must pay again 2 euro on it, it didn't.
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  • The most expensive exhibition, to which I've ever been. But it was worth it. As for the 4 floors of the Government history of communism, very nicely created, full of labels and the speakers with the voice of German and English. For the photo session must pay, specifically the 1 Euro.
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