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Blick in die Dauerausstellung © Tempelhof Museum
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Tempelhof Museum is devoted to a thorough examination of the history of the borough of Tempelhof, including its districts Alt-Tempelhof, Alt-Mariendorf, Marienfelde and Lichtenrade. The museum is located in an old school building at the former village floodplain of Alt-Mariendorf.
A new historical permanent exhibition was set up at the museum in 2006: "Zwischen Feldern und Fabriken – Orte, Menschen, Geschichten" ("Between Fields and Factories – Locations, People, Stories") reflects the historical development and different faces of the area. The spectrum of themes ranges from the "Church in the Village" and "Cathedral of Industry" to recreational space, housing estates and forced labour and resistance during the Nazi era. At the centre of the exhibition stands the world of life and work, complemented by aspects of urban development and cultural history.
An entertaining audio guide is available to visitors of the exhibition. Two "Trappen" birds accompany the visitors on their tour through fields and factories – it's museum fun and adventure for the whole family!

Opening hours,

  • Monday-Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
  • Friday 10:00 - 14:00
  • Saturday closed
  • Sunday 11:00 - 15:00

The prerequisite for a free visit to the exhibition is a current negative antigen test or complete proof of vaccination, wearing an FFP2 mask and your time slot booking by telephone at:

Phone 030 90277-6163
Monday to Thursday from 9:00 to 15:00
Friday from 9:00 to 14:00


Alt-Mariendorf 43, 12107 Berlin


+49 (30) 902 77-61 63


+49 (30) 902 77-63 29



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© United States Holocaust Memorial Museum #04058, courtesy of Lucy Gliklich Breitbart
Fünf junge DPs warten am Bahnhof Berlin-Wannsee, 1946–48

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Berlin as a City of Refuge for Jewish Displaced Persons after 1945




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