Looks cool, is it a pretty accurate depiction of the former East Germany?
I've never lived in the former DDR, but according to a workmate who did, yes
the difference between the Berlin DDR museum and the Dresden one is that the Berlin one was packed with tourists, it had a recreation of a Stasi interrogation room and a Stasi prison cell, whereas the Dresden one ( my preference ) had far more everyday objects, was empty apart from a few elderly and obviously nostalgic East Germans ( all the text was in German in Dresden, bi-lingual Deutshe / English in Berlin ) - the gift shop in Berlin was all fridge magnets and tee shirts whilst in Dresden they had piles of the state owned record label vinyl for 3 euros a pop, although it was mostly oom-pah and accordion shit, although I did find a "rhythmus 73" compilation album on the DDR state owned AMIGA label that I had bought the day before for 2 euros more so i was a bit pissed off by that, although judging by the state of the cover I probably won out
Henning Protzmann, Veronika Fischer, Herbert Dreilich, Panta Rhei – Alles Fließt ( from "Rhythmus 73", AMIGA 1973 ) ( DDR fuzz breaks! )
but the day before visiting the Dresden DDR museum I had visited the Leipzig Stasi museum which was probably a far more accurate depiction of life in the former DDR ( your relatives snitching on you, all your mail being opened, spooks recording 10,000 telephone calls at a time, plus a hilarious selection of wax noses for disguise purposes, plus some pretty cool hidden cameras and recording devices )
I've just read "Burning Down The Haus" by Tim Mohr, and, although I may have issues with his style, it made me realise that we had it easy in the west, we weren't going to jail for five years because we had the wrong haircut