The museum belongs to the series of worth seeing buildings in the district. Already from far away, one sees the eye-catching writing “Raum für Freiraum” (“Room for free room”) on the gable of the house. In midst the Gründerzeit neighbourhood Victoriastadt and close to the bay Rummelsburger Bucht, the institution can be reached easily from two directions by the S-Bahn. Since 2006, the old building, which was extensively restored and rebuild, is a museum. Especially the exhibition rooms located in the side wing have many historic details, among them a depot which is reconstructed in line with accepted conservation practice. Under various aspects, the long and interesting history of Lichtenberg and its neighbourhoods is shown. At the upper floor, there are regularly special exhibitions. As communal culture and education site, the museum offers advice and information on the district’s history, a reference library, an archive, and an own series. Events and film screenings take place art the hall of the town house. Guided tours, talks with contemporary witnesses as well as learning programmes and projects are additional foci. Dates can be researched in internet or asked for at the museum.
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