Museum of the Fifties
The years of the economic miracle are back! Immerse yourself in the era of Elvis Presley, petticoats and kidney-shaped tables.
The audience experiences the era of the German ‘economic miracle’ very closely. How did people live and work back then? How did they shop? How did they spend their leisure time? History of mentality comes alive. The museum displays typical ‘living ensembles’ (hallway, living room, kitchen, bedroom, children’s and teenagers’ rooms), furnishings and fittings of shops (food, hairdresser, stationery, clothing, amongst others), gas station, office, doctor’s surgery, as well as the Bremen pub „Zum Tuschkasten”. The tour begins with the living conditions of the immediate post-war era, characterized by „Notbehelf”, „Kochkiste” and hand-knitted bathing suit. Topics of social history are documented in display cases, for example the orientation towards America, love of Venice and Paris, design, fashion, party and travel culture, sex roles, the bringing up of children, and many other subjects. The museum, which has been furnished with extensive textual material in collaboration with Bremen university, concerns itself with the „ambience” of the life during that period, including the ‘Großen Schweigen’ in the years since the Second World War.
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Opening hours 2020
- Sundays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Winter break from November till first Sunday of April
- Opening for groups from 10 persons up possible after agreement
Length of stay
30 minutes minimum length of stay
60 minutes on average length of stay
60 minutes recommended length of stay
Entrance fees 2020
- Adults € 4,50
- Children (10 years or younger) free
- Family card (2 adults + 2 children older than 10 years) € 12,00
- Groups (10 persons minimum) € 4,00 per person
- School classes € 40,00
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May - September
Mon. - Sun. 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
October - April
Mon. - Sun. 9.30 a.m. - 5 p.m.