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Tour with a Curator at the Museum Neukölln

With Museum Director Dr. Udo Gösswald (in German)

Exterior view of the Musuem Neukölln

photo: Friedhelm Hoffmann/Museum Neukölln

A unique museum is awaiting a visit from us in March. 99 × Neukölln is the permanent exhibition at the Museum Neukölln, which we are visiting as part of our yearlong theme of multiple perspectives.

The museum’s director, Dr. Udo Gösswald, will guide us through the rooms of his museum explaining the significance of multiple perspectives for him and for the exhibition. The exhibition centers on ninety-nine objects from the museum’s collection that open a window into Berlin’s Neukölln district, past and present, and its many historical contexts. This object-based approach is one unique aspect of the museum, which received a special commendation in 1987 from the European Museum Forum.

Following the museum visit, you are invited to a chat with Dr. Gösswald at Café Buchholz on the Britz Palace Estate. Food and drink not included.

Museum Neukölln

You can find more information on the permanent exhibition 99 × Neukölln at the Museum Neukölln here:

Museum Neukölln website

Where, when, what?

  • Entry fee

    Free of charge

  • Meeting Point4.15 pm, Museum Neukölln, Gutshof Britz, Alt-Britz 81, 12359 Berlin

    Number of ParticipantsUp to 20

    Booking Deadline 2 March 2018 at

    Please noteThis is an event for Friends of the Jewish Museums Berlin

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