Really interesting and informative place. It explains better the history of Germany in the XX Century and still has a part of the Berlin Wall.
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We had been recommended the Topography of Terror by many friends before visiting Berlin, and also warned that it is not for the faint-hearted. It really requires time, patience and a mindset that wishes to learn from a horrific past. Worth a visit. Make sure...More
This may not be for everyone, but if you can set aside a few hours and are wanting to read through some interesting and some not so nice stories, this place is really worth visiting. Sitting on a site that was demolished to get rid...More
The section of the Berlin Wall outside makes it worth it to start with. You can readily see what a difference 20 yards made to your life depending on which side of the wall you landed! Inside exhibition ....well laid out. Interesting but a little...More
Berlin is a city that does not shy away from Germany’s dark past. This museum is yet another place where visitors can learn about the situation and people who led Germany down such a wrong path. The exhibits are easy to understand and large, with...More
The museum is free and extremely well made. Explanations about the horrible activities of the Nazi SS in German and English . Absolutely horrifying what the Nazis came up with to humiliate and degrade people....the exhibition shows very well how it all started and that...More
Three stars might be an unfair review, as it just wasn't what I was looking for. If you're a history nerd, interested in the fine details, set aside 4/5 hours and bring a notebook. If you're just interested in the basics, this might be too...More
If you are a history buff, then this solemn area (with lots of information displays - heaps of reading) may be an area you choose to visit. Not everyones taste or interest, however if you are in the area and are keen to read more...More
Very well laid out, factual and objective information giving an honest view of the Nazi regime. Lots of otherwise untold information, showing the utter brutality of the Nazis. Very sobering.
Just didn't see the point of this display of a pictorial record of Nazi atrocity and perpetrators on boards meandering across a vast space which hang from the ceiling and swing in the breeze which doesn't help the experience at all It's almost as if...More