The Trabi Museum – Berlin, Germany - Atlas Obscura

AO Edited

The Trabi Museum

A museum specifically dedicated to the Trabant, one of the iconic automobiles of the GDR. 

This entry is a stub
Help improve Atlas Obscura by expanding The Trabi Museum with additional information or photos.

This small museum makes for an intriguing detour for car-enthusiasts and history-buffs. The Trabi Musuem is dedicated to the DKW Trabant, better known as the Trabi, and its significance to East German auto culture. First produced in 1957, these utilitarian vehicles were manufactured until 1991.

The museum itself showcases models including Campervans, Police Trabants, Military and open-top Trabants, as well as the standard Trabants. For Germans with “Ostalgie,” or a nostalgia for the GDR times, the museum should fit the bill.

Know Before You Go

Located between the Currywurst Museum and Checkpoint Charlie, the museum makes for a fun, quick stop.

Opening times are daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets can be collected at TrabiWorld, just a few meters down the same road.

Community Contributors
Added by
Edited by

May 3, 2023

Make an Edit Add Photos
In partnership with KAYAK

Plan Your Trip

From Around the Web