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Berlin: The Wall Museum East Side Gallery Ticket

Product ID: 273302
Learn about the history of the Berlin Wall at the Wall Museum at East Side Gallery. Explore 13 themed rooms which tell the story of the divided Berlin.
About this ticket
Valid 1 day
Skip the ticket line
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Host or greeter
English, German
Audio guide/headphones
Spanish, English, Italian
Wheelchair accessible
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Explore a multimedia experience which tells the dramatic history of the Berlin Wall
  • See the films, interviews, and artifacts displayed in the museum's 13 themed rooms
  • Skip the line and have more time for your museum visit
Full description
Visit the Wall Museum at East Side Gallery and take a journey through Berlin’s recent history. Enjoy the convenience of skipping the line. Located next to the East Side Gallery, the largest section of the Berlin Wall still standing, the Wall Museum tells the emotional story of the city during the Cold War. Investigate it’s 13 rooms, each one exploring a different theme. Experience this dramatic time period through film, documents, and interviews.
See what the city was like after the war. Watch as the Wall is erected in 1961. Find out what life was like in the divided city. Witness the dramatic fall of the Berlin Wall in 1991. Discover the truth behind the wall, and see how it changed this exceptional city.
  • Skip-the-line entry

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Meeting point

Mühlenstraße 78-80, 10243 Berlin, Deutschland. Next to the East Side Gallery, Mühlenspeicher, second floor, next to the Pirates Restaurant

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Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 5 reviews

Review summary

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    4 / 5
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    4 / 5
  • Value for money
    4 / 5
  • Safety
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Exhibition rich in historical and substantial information

Exhibition rich in historical information and consistent, dense enough to spend 2 hours. Everything is written in German or English. No audio guide in French so when you are too new to the language, it can be complicated. For my part with the audio guide in Spanish and the texts in English, I was able to grasp the whole. Good visit. Then I suggest you go and see the Soviet memorial in the park below the Kreuzberg district

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August 10, 2019

December 4, 2019

Good size exhibition with lots of information and video footage

November 9, 2019

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