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Tue-Sun 10am - 5pm
New name, new location, modernised concept: the former Nortorf Museum has become the German Record Museum - since October 2022 in the historic boiler house of the former TELDEC record factory with around 800 square metres of exhibition space on three floors - expanded by the donations of the record archives from the NDR radio stations in Kiel and Hamburg, an ELAC exhibition and many other new attractions!
You can look forward to music boxes ready to play, shelves full of records, interesting films, e.g. about the path of sound to the record, great physical sound experiments and numerous rarities - from the more than 100-year-old Edison phonograph to the latest hi-fi system.
We are barrier-free and offer a museum shop, a small bistro and a stage for events.
Adults: 4,- Euro
Youths up to 18 years: 2,- Euro
Children up to 12 years free
Group tours within or outside normal opening hours are only possible with prior reservation.
Free parking for visitors is available right next to the museum entrance.
Additional parking spaces are available at the Nortorf town hall.
Coaches please park in the Industriestraße.
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of the type: Industry/History of technology
of the region: Rendsburg-Eckernförde