Außenansicht Grenzlandmuseum


to Borderland Museum Eichsfeld

Memorial – Exhibition – Archive of German Division!

The Borderland Museum Eichsfeld, located directly at the former inner-German border crossing point Duderstadt-Worbis, is a memorial place for the history of the division of Germany and Europe from 1945 to 1990.

The Borderland Museum is a modern and multimedia place of learning, inviting you to dive into recent history and actively explore it through its different exhibitions and along the Borderland Trail, a circular hiking path with originally preserved border fortifications.

A visit to the Borderland Museum

Experiencing contemporary history

Whether with your family, your study group or as an individual visitor,

a visit to the Borderland Museum Eichsfeld offers many opportunities to learn more about the time of the division of Germany and Europe.

Here, history can be experienced and explored up close.

The special location of this historic site in Central Germany enables an exchange about the past between people of different origins and backgrounds.

All exhibitions are bilingual (German-English). Guided tours are offered in different languages (German, English, French, Polish, and Spanish) for all age groups.

Visitor service

Opening hours and prices

Opening hours

Tue – Sun: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Borderland Trail is accessible at any time.



Further Information

» there are elevators in the main museum building

» current rules for visiting during the Covid-19 pandemic (in German only)

Admission prices

normal                     4 €

reduced                   3 €

group (>10)             3 € per person


Ticket offer:

if you arrive at the museum after 4 p.m., the ticket is also valid for the following day.


Registration of groups:

phone: +49 36071 / 97112


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