The Tempelhof Museum is located in an old school house in the former center of the village Alt-Mariendorf. An attractive site with an appealing program has been created in this historical setting with a permanent exhibit on the history of Tempelhof. This includes temporary thematic exhibits in the museum and city surroundings, encounters with participants of historical events, discussions, city walks, readings and lectures. The Tempelhof Museum cooperates with schools and other institutions in the district. Tours and projects for school classes and groups are available upon request.
The new permanent exhibit reflects the regional particularities of Tempelhof and its four districts: Alt-Tempelhof, Alt-Mariendorf, Marienfelde and Lichtenrade. The spectrum of themes it covers spans from "the church in the town" to "cathedrals of industrial work", from living, free-time and amusement to forced work and opposition during National Socialism. Numerous exhibits and "stories" make up a kaleidoscope of memories of people, locations and histories.
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