This was part of our waling tour, and we only had about 20 minutes. Lots of interactive displays and a video presentation.
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Hey, the place is free, so you get what you pay for. It's interesting that this was the spot where Gestapo headquarters was located, but visiting is like reading a book while you're walking. I didn't see any memorabila from the Nazi era. In my...More
Well worth the visit and the time - it wont take you more than an hour to see it all. Really tells the story of the wall and the separation of the East and West very well and in a lot of detail. A lot...More
I personally didn't know much about the German wall other than why it got built and when it got broken down. I didn't really know anything about how people in Berlin experienced this whole thing. Because of the palace of tears now I kinda do....More
A wonderful exhibit, and free, right by the Friedrichstrasse U and S. It helps if you already know something about the division of Berlin but if you do not, there is an audio tour available, which is also free. Highly recommend.
This is a free museum that is located at Friedrichstrasse railway station in the centre of Berlin. It shows how westerners were screened by the communist authorities as they went in and out of East Berlin. The main aim was to ensure that no East...More
I think I would have enjoyed this museum even more if I would have seen other museums like the Wall Memorial before this one. The Palace of Tears gives good information, but might not always be easy to understand if you don't have background info...More
We thought this was one of the best places we visited whilst in Berlin and it was free! It's all about the crossing between East and West Berlin and the suffering of friends and families who were split up. We came away finally understanding why...More