The Neukölln Museum is an institution affiliated with the Neukölln Cultural Office. It sees itself as a modern, innovative local museum and as a lively exchange point for all the different segments and generations of people living in Neukölln. Up until 2009, the museum put on annual alternating exhibitions examining the area's financial, social and cultural history on Ganghoferstraße in central Neukölln. Since 2010, the museum has presented its permanent exhibition “99 x Neukölln” in Gutshof Britz, a converted and expanded historic cultural centre. The exhibition forges new ground in the presentation and exchange of information by using 99 objects that represent the diverse chapters of the district's history alongside computer terminals containing different levels of information. In addition, the museum also hosts a number of temporary exhibitions containing photographs and artistic works on historical and contemporary themes.
The top floor of the former stable has been converted into an historical archive and storage depot. Here, interested visitors can research the history of the area. The museum places a great emphasis on working with teenagers and children, offering special workshops and tours for them. The Neukölln Mobile Museum is also active in different parts of the district.