Client: District Dithmarschen
30 SEPTEMBER 2023
The Dithmarscher Landesmuseum presents the regional history of Dithmarschen up to 1867, with a focus on low tide, high tide, dyke construction, landscape development and settlement. Partially listed buildings and accessible rooms take visitors on a regional journey through time, including the famous courtroom of Markus Swyn from 1568. Other topics are also covered, such as evidence of Dithmarschen’s peasant republic, especially from the Middle Ages and early modern times, as well as a rich collection of textiles, toys and furniture.
In a three-year renovation project, the listed building will be modernized and a new building will serve to expand the museum. As a result of this measure, the exhibitions will be redesigned and renewed with digital exhibits. The focus here is on accessibility, both in terms of physical access and to the content of the exhibitions.
235 Media is creating numerous new media stations, room installations and animations. Here, analog and digital representations intertwine, inviting visitors to participate and creating an inclusive visitor experience.