Tel: +49 (0) 33 34 / 64 520
Fax: +49 (0) 33 34 / 64 428
Culture does you good! The Eberswalde Museum can be found in the city's oldest half-timbered house, the Adler Apotheke, from the 17th century. Doors are open to everyone and although the building has already seen a lot of history, there are no high steps or thresholds - the museum is wheelchair accessible.
The permanent and special exhibitions on show about the city and regional history will surprise you: new media is also used here. Thus, all facts are made even more tangible.
The golden past! You will be enthralled: You will find a replica of the Eberswalde Treasure in the Eberswalde Museum. To this day, it is the most significant central European gold find from the Bronze Age - all 81 pieces were found in 1913 on the brass factory estate. The treasure dates from 900 BC. It is therefore importance evidence of the Finow valley's ancient history.
The Eberswalde Museum offers you:
- Age-appropriate tours through the exhibition upon advanced reservation
- Public and educational museum events, such as family days and action days for children
- Cooperation and support in school projects
- Special exhibitions with changing themes
- Information about local history
Good to know: In the Eberswalde Museum, you will find an overview of the cultural area "Eberswalde in the Finow Valley". Start with the development of the landscape formation up to the first human settlement. The museum itself is history: the house has a preserved black kitchen, there is regional pharmacy history to hear and you will learn everything about the medieval founding of the city and expansion of the city in the following years.
Tuesday - Fridays: 10 am - 1 pm and 2 pm - 5 pm
Saturdays: 10 am - 1 pm
Sundays: 1 pm - 5 pm
Closed on Mondays and public holidays
adults: 2,00 €
concessions: 1,00 €
family ticket: 4,00 €
photo fee: 2,50 €