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Abbey Mill Boitzenburg

Museum of Industrie Brandenburg

Museum of Whittawer Doberlug-Kirchhain

Briquette Factory "Louise" Domsdorf

Fire Brigade Museum Eisenhüttenstadt

Museum of Textile Forst

Industrial Heritage Baruther Glashütte

Museum of Local and Private Railway Gramzow

Civic Museum of Industry Guben

Teltow Museum of Industry Kleinmachnow

Museum of Radio Electronics/Technology Königs Wusterhausen

Museum of Casting Lauchhammer

Civic Museum of Industry Ludwigsfelde

Brickyard Park Mildenberg

Gasworks Neustadt

Museum of Inland Navigation Oderberg

Museum of Fishing and Smeltery Peitz

Filmmuseum Potsdam

Historical Mill of Park Sanssouci Potsdam

City and Brewery Museum Pritzwalk

Museum of Optic Industry Rathenow

Museum Park Rüdersdorf

Museum of Ceramic and Furnace Velten

Civic Museum Wittenberge

Museum of Industrie Brandenburg
© Industriemuseum Brandenburg

Museum of Industrie

There is a long metal working and steel production tradition and history in the city Brandenburg. Since 1914 they have made steel. Today you can see the last Siemens-Martin-Furnace of Western Europe in the closed steelwork. There were once 12 of them to produce steel in Brandenburg.
Some of the museum guides are former steel workmen. They give you a first hand insight into the working and living conditions at the steelwork. Furthermore you can see and touch old tools, locomotives and cranes. Inside the museum building exhibitions and movie screenings illustrate the history of 100 years steel production in Brandenburg.


Industriemuseum Brandenburg
August-Sonntag-Straße 5
14770 Brandenburg

Phone: +49.3381.304646


Opening Hours

March to October: Tue–Sun 10 am to 5 pm
Tours: 10.30 am, 1 pm and 3 pm (approx. 1,5 h)

November bis February: Tue–Sun and Holidays 10 am to 4 pm
Tours: 11 am to 2 pm


Adults 4,00 € / reduced 2,00 €
with Tour 6,00 € / reduced 3,00 €

Groups by appointment only