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The German Historical Museum presents itself in two buildings: In the unique Baroque Zeughaus and the neighbouring modern exhibition hall designed by the Chinese-American architect Ioeh Minh Pei. The 300-year old Zeughaus is one of the most...more
All reviews middle ages temporary exhibits first world war audio guide special exhibition weimar republic chronological order love history modern history two hours recent history great overview on display cold war couple of hours berlin wall unter den linden
What a great experience! Be sure to spend a day here as you will want to do a lot of reading as you follow history with real artifacts. There is no better way to learn about history. The impact is unparalleled. Essentially you are going...More
A great place to spend your day if the weather is cold/rainy outside.
This grandiose Building is walking you around the entire German history including WWI, WWII or the falling of the Berlin Wall.
I recommend the use of the audio guide for your visit.
You could spend all day in this museum. But I was interested in the events and history leading up to WWI and WWII. The exhibits are laid out chronologically so I cut in where I wanted to pick up the history. Most of the exhibits...More
Huge place with everything about German history. Really, too much to see. Or you really should reserve at least 3 hours to to through it all. The prsentation is a bit outdated: a renewed way of presenting the collection could make it more interesting for...More
When going to this museum, you need to make a choice what to see as there is really a lot to see. We decided to see the exhibition about German history from the Middle-ages to the falling of the wall. Although it was interesting, it...More
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Free for under 18's otherwise 8 Euro's for those over. You can also buy a Berlin Pass from Tourist Information shops (Theres one by the Brandenburg Gate) This pass gives each holder (Two people would need to buy two passes... More
Free for under 18's otherwise 8 Euro's for those over. You can also buy a Berlin Pass from Tourist Information shops (Theres one by the Brandenburg Gate) This pass gives each holder (Two people would need to buy two passes Etc) discounts to major attractions and also cheap transport on Buses and Underground. The pass costs about 34 Euro's but it is worth it, and it comes with a 'free' guide book on Berlin.