Eine neue Dauerausstellung macht das Leben im Mittelalter begreiflich
© Stadtmuseum Berlin | Foto: Michael Setzpfandt
Right at the entrance to the Düppel Museum Village, a completely revised and redesigned exhibition makes life in the Middle Ages comprehensible. Participation stations invite visitors to smell, touch and try things out, and six fictitious inhabitants talk about their everyday lives in the medieval village using original excavation finds on display.
The period around 1200 was marked by the settlement of Slavic areas by immigrants from the west and the founding of the Mark Brandenburg. A timeline illustrates this development of the region and the associated changes in the landscape.
In this way, the exhibition conveys historical contexts and exciting facts about the village and nature in the open-air museum in an easily understandable way. Thanks to the voluntary commitment of the members of the Fördererkreis Museumsdorf Düppel e.V., the Middle Ages can be experienced at first hand in the midst of reconstructed buildings at the original site of an archaeological excavation.
Runtime: from May 2018
Reduced price: €3.00
Reduced price info: Children up to 18: free
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