For teachers, school classes, youth groups

The people working at the museum are mostly volunteers, especially teachers, students and pupils.

Since its opening in 1925 the Anti-War Museum was supposed to address the youth. Young people should learn from the mistakes and wars of older generations. As a cultural centre of meeting and mutual understanding the museum is concerned to promote the values and traditions of the peace movement co-operating with peace and conflict researchers at the universities.

Documenting the lives of pacifists in the past and presenting new approaches of conflict transformation by peaceful means the museum offers historical, political as well as peace education.

Regular classes with questionnaires, films and lectures can be held at the Anti-War Museum. Two school classes can be cared for at the same time.

Entrance is free!

To make an appointment call 0049 / (0)30 / 402 86 91