Local history exhibition near the railway station in Altenberg.
Focusing on the end of the war in the Eastern Ore Mountains and the destruction of Altenberg.
Local history, historical exhibition about the destruction of Altenberg after the end of the second world war.
For those interested in aviation, there are amazing fragments of an ME 262 that crashed near Bärenstein in April 1945. But parts of other bombers are also exhibited, which are important pieces of evidence of Altenberg's history and should therefore be preserved.
Group tours possible on request.
Sundays from 3 p.m.
(Guided tour for a maximum of 10 people at 3:30 p.m., otherwise self-guided tour with printed guides)
We offer also coffee, cake, ice cream, and other small snacks, depending on the season. We look forward to your visit.
Entry 2.00 euros without a tour
Entry € 4.00 with a guided tour
Guided tours are currently only possible in small groups. 10 people maximum,so that the safety distance can be guaranteed. There are currently on Sundays, only one guided tour at 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Before and after You can visit for yourself, with a printed guide.
We are at Your disposal to answer further questions.
We ask you to wear protective masks in the exhibition. The distance rules are known to everyone and we want them to be observed,so that we all stay healthy. Thank you for your understanding and your cooperation. Please note the information in the Tourist information, at the museum and on Facebook.
Adults: € 2.00,
Guided tour : € 4.00
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Sie können Ihr Auto auf dem Parkplatz hinter dem Bahnhof parken.
Am Bahnhof 2 • 01773 Altenberg
0152 23413444 oder 0152 34087082
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