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Grenzmuseum Schifflersgrund, Thuringia

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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3.9/5 based on 10+ reviews on the web
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  • Interesting exhibition of the inner German border, much military equipment. Nice for children: in many travel and aircraft can you go climbing. Compared to other museums in border, this exhibition does something temporarily. The exhibition is partly ver comfortable or defective. It is built on the site much.
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  • This museum is worth a visit and stimulates thinking. You can find image and text documents that explain everything. Outside are several vehicles and helicopters. It's thoughtful to see all this and you should take time to see all alone.
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  • Anyone who has experienced the time of German Division will find much which reminds him very specifically. Started by former Grenzsicherungsanlagen including a section of the death strip to many image - and text documents. Also worth seeing are the vehicles in the outdoor area, MI-24 helicopter I haven't seen before nor particularly a MIL in natura. In retrospect, and upon closer inspection of the exhibits you can imagine hardly this usually very easy knitted pieces of equipment and border buildings were so effective. You should allow 2 hours for the visit to the Museum. At the time of our visit, the Museum at various points has been extended.
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  • Interesting small museum about the East-West German border during the Cold War. Several helicopters and vehicles are also on display. English guide available at front desk.
  • An interesting Museum. Here, there is much to discover and learn. Many photos and newspaper articles are exhibited in the rooms. Unfortunately, there is no cohesive summaries for the topic. The vehicles and the various border options be issued out. The girl at reception was unfriendly. She wanted to sell us an overpriced ticket and also only give back the money. The Museum is still interesting and recommended if you stay in the area.
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  • Very intressant! Well furnished and is a lot to see! Staff friendly and helpful.
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  • With most impressive I found it as I was driven through the forest and suddenly saw the border again in front of me. It was suddenly as before. Really scary. The Museum is always worth a visit for young and old alike and should necessarily belong to a trip to this region.
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  • I found very interesting the Museum. On the one hand the rooms with the walls of exhibition on German history: 3.Reich, at the end of the 2 WK, cold war, wall construction, reunification. On the other hand the technology. For the first time, I faced a Russian helicopter. But the "M113" army! As it ran down the back me cold! M113? This is a 577 M, and then lacquered to German. NE, so the must still be replaced.
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