The Trabant Museum is Open Daily
1.10. - 30.4. from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
1.5. - 30.9. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Adults CZK 99.00, Children CZK 49.00,
Family (2 adults + children under 15 years of age) CZK 199.00 Senior citizens CZK 69.00.
Parking in the museum grounds is free of charge
A complete history of Trabant car production, starting with the first predecessor of the Trabant, the AWZ – P70 (1954), moving on to the Trabant P 60 (600) and Trabant 601 – the most common and best-known model, and ending with the most sophisticated Trabant 1.1 model fitted with a VW Polo four-stroke engine (1989 - 1991), after which the production of this car brand was discontinued in 1991. All of the vehicles on display are presented in their original well-preserved condition.
We have a fully equipped period service garage with a genuine racing Trabant, half finished just as the mechanic left it. There is also a front left section of a car, where you can gain first-hand experience of what it was like to sit, drive and change gears in a Trabant. The military Trabant Kübel "Jeep" with a soldier standing nearby is guarding the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin against the invasion of warring imperialist troops.
The final part of the exposition is a display of everyday objects produced in the former GDR, from toys to electronics and from toiletries to bottles of various drinks popular at that time. Everyone’s eyes will light up when they see an item they would have had at home and frequently used and which today they can enjoy looking back on with nostalgia.
With the aim of giving parents a bit of peace and quiet to view the displays, we have prepared a mini-race track for children enabling them to experience their own races with model Trabants. Most of the children will undoubtedly be attracted by the working model train sets transporting the newly produced Trabants.