In addition to visiting the Wende Museum, we invite you to supplement your experience with a variety of digital resources and regular online programs.

In February 2020, Culver City nonprofit leaders came together at the Wende Museum for the first-ever Culver City Nonprofit Convening and the presentation of the inaugural Nonprofit Transformation Prize to The Achievable Foundation.

New Digital Endeavor Explores Culver City's Cold War History

The Wende Museum of the Cold War celebrated the groundbreaking of its new home at the historic former National Guard Armory Building on Culver Blvd.

The Wende Museum of the Cold War is pleased to announce the recent donation by the Abby J. and Alan D. Levy Family of two important works from their significant art collection. Wende Board member Alan D. Levy is chairman of Tishman International Companies. 

The Wende Museum of the Cold War is pleased to announce the launch of its online public access catalog with highlights from its collections, and online catalogs of recent exhibitions. 

Beyond the Wall: Art and Artifacts from the GDR, The Wende Museum’s TASCHEN publication, was awarded First Prize in Books by the American Alliance of Museum’s 2015 Museum Publications Design Competition.

Selected from the Wende Museum’s vast collection of more than 1,200 pieces, Communism for Dinner tells the story of the GDR through the lens of its commemorative plates.

Renowned art book publisher of TASCHEN, Benedikt Taschen, has made a generous half a million dollar donation to the Wende Museum’s transformation of the former National Guard Armory in Culver City, California with the view to creating an international center for the exploration and preservation of Cold War culture, art, design and history.