Well worth the €2 entrance fee ( €7,50 with t-shirt is great value ) to go to the top and have a great view of the city centre and the enormous building site of the Palace.
The start of summer 2012 was an important day for Berlin.21st june 2012 sawthe groundbreaking ceremonyfor the reconstruction of Berlin Palace.The man who disrupt the project's architect Franco Stella. Stella has since 1970 worked with Berlin's architecture, which he particularly admired Karl Friedrich Schinkel's architecture because of its perfect proportions. In front of the building is the so called Humbolt... More
When I bought my ticket for this museum I hadn´t idea about the exhibition. It was grat and we had a lot of fun with my friends.
Use your museum pass ( highly recommend the 3 day pass if you have the time to really explore Berlin) or pay to see how this area will be transformed. Interesting large model of the old city of Berlin and great views of Museum island. Also some interesting displays of things Humboldt universally is doing in way of research. TIP:... More
If its raining and your short on something to do it will waste an hour of your time, some of the stuff is quite interesting but I didn´t really understand it to be honest. Now the roof top terrace is well worth a visit! Great sundaes and views :)
Bit of a weird museum... It was more like an exhibition of different research centres in Berlin showing what they are doing. Some of the research they were doing was very interesting and there is some attempt to make it interactive which is cool. It was bit random, wouldnt call it a top sight but if you have time or... More
Inside the box was an interesting set of exhibits about ethnic cultures from different parts of the world. Also, there was a model of how the Berlin Palace will look when re-construction has been finished ...a clever amalgam of historical exterior with some modern touches internally. Outside of the Humboldt Box the re-construction was proceeding noisily . Lunch in the... More
The Humboldt Box is easy to notice from the Museum centre. The exhibition was in three floors, single entrance costed 4 euros and with 2 euros extra you could see the special exhibition - that was a money worth spending. In this museum you are able to see, hear and touch things with the help of modern technology. There were... More
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