The City History Museum Spandau is located in the Arsenal. The permanent exhibition on the ground floor gives you an overview of the history of Spandau. More than 300 items describe the settlement and development of this city on the river Havel, which has only been part of Berlin since 1920. Among the highlights are objects representative for the local industry in the 1920s, a roadworthy Hudson Essex and a collection of historical Siemens small electrical appliances. Props from the film studio which was once located here or an original recipe book of an old established family of bakers are popular items with visitors.
In the Gothic House in Spandau’s Old Town you will find more information about the history of Spandau.
- Monday-Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
- Thursday 13:00 - 20:00
- Friday-Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
30 min. before closing time
Open again since 21 May.
Proof of a negative rapid corona test or a negative test result of a PCR test that is not older than 24 hours.
Self-tests are not permitted as evidence.
Fully vaccinated visitors no longer have to show a negative test. Please note that the second vaccination dose must have been administered at least 14 days in the past for this requirement to be met.
Visitors who have fully recovered no longer have to show a negative test. Proof of recovery is provided by submitting a positive PCR test that is at least 28 days old but not older than six months.
Pay entry at the cash desk.
Visitors are also required to wear an FFP2 face mask in all museum interiors.
A time slot booking is not necessary!
More information for your visit here.
- 1. January 10:00 - 14:00
Am Juliusturm 64, 13599 Berlin
+49 (30) 35 49 44-0
+49 (30) 35 49 44-296
Admission price 4,50 €
Reduced price 2,50 €
Click here for information about Family ticket.
Group from 10 persons 3,50 € / person
Click here for information about Yearly ticket.
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