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Sudeten German Museum

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The permanent exhibition documents German settlement in the lands of Bohemia, Moravia and Sudeten Silesia. It spans a broad historical arc from the internal development of these areas to the nationality conflicts of modern times. The wealth of traditions, customs and forms of expression of the Sudeten Germans is made aware, as are the themes of flight and expulsion.
The Sudeten German Museum opened in October 2020 and houses, among other things, the longest motorbike in the world from the Böhmerland brand. A modern concept with interactive media stations and a multimedia guide in four languages guides visitors through the exhibition.
A wide range of events, such as museum education, special exhibitions, etc., round off the museum's offerings.

Opening hours Sudeten German Museum

Tuesday - Sunday: 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m., last admission 5.30 p.m.
Closed on Mondays
Closed on 24, 25 and 31 December, 1 January and Good Friday

Price Sudeten German Museum

Adults: 5,00 € Adults reduced and groups (per pers.): € 3.50
Children, young people, students (under 26), teachers in groups: free admission Sundays: 1,00 €

Ticket Sudeten German Museum

At the box office and online at https://sudetendeutsches-museum.ticketfritz.de/

Address Sudeten German Museum

Sudetendeutsches Museum, Hochstraße 10, 81669 München info@sudetendeutsches-museum.de
telephone: +49 89 480003-37 https://www.facebook.com/SudetendeutschesMuseum https://www.instagram.com/sudetendeutschesmuseum 

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Directions Sudeten German Museum

By S-Bahn: On the main line with all lines to the Rosenheimer Platz stop, exit Gasteig / Muffathalle / Hochstraße, approx. 5 minutes. By tram: Line 25, stop Rosenheimer Platz
By car: Parking is available in the multi-storey car park at the Holiday Inn / Motorama hotel (subject to charge).

Special conditions of use Sudeten German Museum

Admission with small dog or guide dog possible, barrier-free

Highlights Sudeten German Museum

  • history of the historic Czech lands since the 12th century on five levels
  • 900 exhibits on 1,200 square metres 
  • encourages visitors to experience the term "homeland" in a new way

History Sudeten German Museum

The history of the Sudeten Germans is reflected in the museum's permanent exhibition. Visitors pass through five levels here. Homeland and Faith - deals with the diverse homeland landscapes and traditions of the Sudeten Germans. Economy and Culture - shows the range of Sudeten German economic production from the Bohemian motorbike to Thonet furniture to Pilsen beer Nationalism and the Nation-State - deals with the "living apart" of two peoples, the growing nationalism on both sides and the "Anschluss" to the German Reich. Loss and Expulsion - conveys the mass expulsions of the Sudeten Germans in the aftermath of the Second World War Post-war period and new beginning - describes the building of a new existence, a culture of remembrance and rapprochement between Czechs and Germans.

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