Jugend Museum is a vibrant museum for all generations; in the old „Millionenvilla“ in Berlin’s Schöneberg district, it presents unusual exhibitions on urban history and enables an interest-based access to history and the reality of life today.
In projects for school classes but also for individual visitors, children, adolescents and adults are invited to discover biographies, browse through cabinets of curiosities and do independent research in the archives and materials on site. The diverse program of exhibitions, playful workshops and exciting youth projects offers numerous ways to access historic learning and current affairs, such as, for example, the new model project “All Included. Museum und Schule gemeinsam für sexuelle und geschlechtliche Vielfalt“ (Museums and schools join together for sexual and gender diversity).
Workshop spaces, theater props and a historic printing press are all available to help visitors relate to what they have seen.