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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
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We visited here on our trip to Berlin and absolutely loved it. So much to see and so much information to take in. Brilliant historic pieces and was wonderful to learn about German history. Very large museum compared to some. Definitely recommend if you’re visiting...More
This is the place to go to learn about the history of Germany! We started on the second floor (as recommended by a staff member) and walked through centuries of artifacts and displays (which are in English). The weaponry, the tapestries, the furniture, the clothing,...More
This museum gives you an excellent account of the history of Germany, from about 500 to 1989. Very well done, but probably needs two visits to properly process everything. Drink coffee before beginning!
Well set out history of Germany. Covers set periods in each section. Has English translation. Covers the periods of the Germanic states, various kingdoms etc. some great pistons from the Weimar period. Even a copy of Mine Kampf!
We wandered in through a side entrance and not the main entrance and quickly went into the section concerning crossbows. Very interesting. The challenge was getting to the main part of the museum. It was quite empty so there was no one to follow. Eventually...More
We spent two hours att the exhibition for the 20th century and made it halfways . Our 12 year old enjoyed it very much. I recommend to be alert and rested to take in all the impressions.The souvenir shop is not very interesting .
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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.