Guided family tour of the permanent exhibition

Of a chocolate pilot and spies

Our family tour gives children, parents, and grandparents the opportunity to discover the permanent exhibition. We show you exceptional objects from a chocolate parachute of the Berlin Airlift era to the spy tunnel. The stories surrounding these exhibits are unusual and fascinating.

The focal point of the tour is the history of the Berlin Airlift. Together with your children you can marvel at the exterior and interior of the original British Airlift plane, also known as the “Candy Bomber.” A segment of the Berlin Wall helps to make the division of the city real for children. The tour on the trail of the Western powers ends with the withdrawal of the Allied forces in 1994.

We make every effort to connect the exhibition with the children’s own life experience, and questions are always encouraged. Parents and children have the opportunity to engage in discussion with our docents. The guided tour lasts about 90 minutes and is suitable for children 8 years and older.

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