Guided tours for groups and school classes
We offer themed tours focussing on different aspects for adults and educational programs for school classes of various ages. We would be happy to advise you about this and arrange dates in accordance with your wishes if you phone us on +492323 94628-0.
The prices depend on the duration of the respective program. All prices are in addition to the museum admission, while there is free admission for school children up to 17 years of age!
You can of course visit our museum as a group without an accompanying program. To facilitate the organization for us at the museum, we would ask you to telephone in advance of your visit.
Charlie off the roll
An old sealed film canister labeled "Charlie" has been handed in to the museum. But instead of rolls of film, it contains various drawings. They belong to a so-called storyboard, a drawn sequence of the film. Can you help decipher the drawings, find parts of them in the exhibition and thus solve the question of what Charlie and the can is all about?
Age group: Classes 1 to 4 or children from 6 to 10 years
Digging in yesterday
A hundred years ago the world looked black and white – at least in old photos. We will show you that things were just as colorful back then as they are today using exciting archaeological objects and their stories. They tell of memories and feelings, of destruction and innovations, of their purpose and of very special things from not so long ago.
Age group: grades 5 to 7
1800 to 2000: Age of Extremes
At no time has man changed the world faster and more lastingly than in the past 200 years. Industrialization set in motion a development that led to rapid technical progress and drastic social changes. In order to understand the change more precisely, we slow down the wheel of time and take a closer look at individual milestones in history, from the Industrial Revolution and the two world wars to the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
Age group: grades 8 to 10
The tour follows the archaeological traces of modernity, which were reflected in the ground from the beginning of industrialization to the turn of the millennium. The participants approach the objects through the people who had something to do with them - people who, for example, made a very special discovery with a cake, who were able to cause destruction with a key, who perceived radioactive toothpaste as an innovation or who created memories with a can lid maintain at Woodstock.
Age Level: Grades 11 to 13 and Adults
Further information on the museum's educational programs can be found on our website.