Use this pass at over 50 of Berlin's museums including the 5 major Museum Island museums. It gives you 3 days of unlimited museum access for permenant exhibitions.
Welcome to one of the largest high ropes adventure parks in Germany. Try out the wide range of ropes courses consisting of 170 different climbing elements along a total length of 1700 meters. The 12 different exciting?ropes courses?are located in the top of the trees between one and 12 meters above the ground.
Alternative Berlin free tours will take you beyond the tourist destinations to the heart and soul of the city. Berlin?s underground sights & sounds, world-famous STREET ART and GRAFFITI culture, haunts and hangouts of the famous and infamous and the landmarks of rock, reggae, punk and electronic music.
The Altes Museum (Old Museum) is infact Berlin?s oldest museum. It was built by Karl Friedrich Schinkel ? Prussia?s most influential architect - and houses the Classical Antiquities collection, displaying a selection of its with a selection of its Greek and Roman holdings.
The Anne Frank Center shows the permanent exhibition "Anne Frank?here & now" in Berlin.?The focus is on Anne Frank's life story and her diary.?The exhibition connects the living world of Anne Frank with the today living in Berlin teenager.
Visit over 5000 creatures in more than 35 lifelike displays, ride through the AquaDom, visit the Jurassic Seas exhibition, see daily feeding demonstrations and much more!
The ?great refractor?, the longest lens-based telescope in the world, awaits you up on the roof. Other attractions of the Archenhold Observatory include the historic Einstein room, the small Zeiss planetarium and a giant iron meteorite.
The great halls of the museum present the Bauhaus Archive, comprising the largest collection of its kind with representative objects from all aspects of the movement: architecture, furniture, ceramics, metal, photography, stage, and works from the early days of the Bauhaus School.
The Cathedral of Berlin is the largest church in the city, and it serves as a vital center for the Protestant church of Germany.?
In about 3 hours on our All-In-One Classic City Segway Tour we?ll show you all the main sights of Berlin, stopping every few hundred meters to soak them in, hear fascinating anecdotes, take pictures, and discuss Berlin?s history. Your knowledgeable native English-speaking guide will also explain present-day facts and lifestyle facets about Berlin while being available to answer your questions. You?ll have a great time as you glide by the sights and everyone - and we mean everyone - stops to take a look at us!
The Berlin Dungeons is a 60 minute journey into 700 years of Berlin's horrible history. You will laugh and scream as you encounter live actor shows (available in both English and German), gripping storytelling, exciting rides and state of the art special effects. The Berlin Dungeon will ensure you'll have a scarily funny time.
The Red Town Hall (Rotes Rathaus), located in the Mitte district near Alexanderplatz, is one of Berlin's most famous landmarks. It is seat of the Governing Mayor and the Senate of Berlin.
The Museum Haus am Checkpoint Charlie, founded by human rights activist Dr. Rainer Hildebrandt, is a museum like no other; from its humble beginnings in October 1962 as a two-and-a-half room display about the newly erected Berlin Wall, the museum has evolved into a more than 2000m2 exhibition that explores not only the history of the Berlin Wall and the stories of those affected by it, but also looks at the challenges facing us today as we struggle for worldwide recognition of human rights and freedom.
The name says it all: On secret paths through the historic city-center and Prenzlauer Berg. The best stories of the classic and new attractions, mixed with insider insights. This tour is suitable for Berlin greenhorns and old timers alike. How does Berlin feel? The tour is about 12km long.
No other European Metropolis offers that direct view into the heart of a city. Large parts of the old and new architecture were built towards the water, while vast parts of the Spree riverbank are not lined up by streets. It?s especially this aspect that makes this city centre tour through Berlin so special ? almost obligatory, for those seeking to truly get to know Berlin. So, come aboard and experience Berlin?s inner city first hand and unfettered by one of our upper deck or panoramic ships!
After extensive renovation work, the museum building reopened to the public in autumn 2006. Contrary to the original concept, it now principally houses the Sculpture Collection and the Museum of Byzantine Art. The display of sculptures is enriched by some 150 works from the collection of the Gem?ldegalerie, which has been located at the Kulturforum near Potsdamer Platz since 1998. With its collection of coins and medals, the M?nzkabinett is also housed at the Bode-Museum, where it presents its chronicle of human history forged in metal.
The Botanical Museum is not merely a supplement to the green garden. There is no other botanical museum of this kind in Central Europe. Here you may find fossil treasures that are hard to see in the open air.
Charlottenburg is the largest and most important castle complex of the former Brandenburg electors, Prussian kings and German emperors in Berlin. She was one of the favorite locations of Hohenzollern family, who change individual rooms and garden games in the course of 200 years and up magnificently. It is home to the German crown jewels.
Our permanent exhibition "Computer Games. Evolution of a Medium" opened on January 21st, 2011. Containing over 300 exhibits, including rare originals, playable classics, and more, will turn you into ?Homo Ludens Digitalis" so that you can create your own image of the gamers that made this medium of entertainment possible. Make your visit a historical journey of games and their creators with things to do and see for everyone of all ages!
The Deutsches Currywurst Museum Berlin presents the legendary snack creation and its own settings: from the invention of the Currywurst in the late 1940s to the stories and its role in film, TV and music and its worldwide distribution. All tickets include a currywurst tasting!
The only museum in Berlin to focus on everyday life in the former East Germany, the DDR Museum widens the conventional focus away from the Stasi and the Berlin wall to encompass everyday life. How did life in East Germany differ from the experience of West Germans? How did the state influence people's lives? Where did citizens feel the hand of the dictatorship? What, if anything, was good about the GDR? What is the truth behind popular prejudices and stories about life in East Germany? The permanent exhibition of the DDR Museum addresses all these questions in a light-hearted and often ironic fashion.
Berlin?s Deutscher Dom ? not to be confused with the Berliner Dom which is the largest protestant church in Berlin ? is best known as one of the three buildings which make up the spectacular ?trinity ensemble? in the Gendarmenmarkt square in Mitte including its twin the Franz?sische Dom (French Cathedral) and the Konzerthaus or Concert Hall.
A journey through film and television history encompasses cinema?s pioneering years, silent film divas, movies made during the Weimar Republic and under National Socialism, Marlene Dietrich, film professionals in Hollywood exile, the postwar years, and contemporary German cinema, as well as developments in television in East and West Germany.
The permanent exhibition at the German Historical Museum gives an insight into 1,500 years of German history. 7000 historical exhibits tell of people, ideas, events and historical processes to the late 20th century.
The museum presents a broad spectrum of old and new technology. Come and discover the cultural history of technology by yourself!
As unique as Berlin itself, the new luminous Berlin world balloon. He is one of the biggest helium balloons in the world. He has become something of a second landmark of Berlin and is used by many visitors every day. You silently ascend in a gondola to a height of 150 meters - of course secured by a cable attached. At this height, you hover over Berlin and have an unbeatable view in every direction.
Enjoy a unique panorama and unforgettable view of the entire city with its many attractions over 200 metres above ground. Every day, in our Sphere restaurant, you can enjoy delicious, freshly prepared international dishes and Berlin specialities of the highest quality ? in every sense of the word.
The Game Science Center is a small, interactive Future Museum, run by a four-member team of game developers. In the exhibition in the heart of Berlin the independent start-up presents a carefully picked lineup of innovative technologies and playful projects. You will learn about and try out futuristic ways to interact with computers. No matter your age or technical knowledge, you will have a great time controlling games with your eyes, through gestures, and more.
A visit to the former Stasi prison Hohensch?nhausen Memorial is a chilling reminder of the fate of the thousands who fell victim, as prisoners of conscience, to political persecution in the former East Germany.
The Pl?tzensee Memorial Center commemorating the victims of National Socialism is a site of quiet remembrance. From 1933 to 1945, nearly three thousand people unjustly sentenced to death by the National Socialist judiciary were executed here. Today, the execution chamber is a memorial. The exhibition in the room adjoining it documents the practice of the National Socialist judicial and penal system. This website displays the fourteen panels of the documents exhibition shown in the Pl?tzensee Memorial Center.
The German Resistance Memorial Center is a site of remembrance, political studies, active learning, documentation, and research. A wide range of activities document and illustrate resistance to National Socialism. The center's goal is to show how individual persons and groups took action against the National Socialist dictatorship from 1933 to 1945 and made use of what freedom of action they had.
Visit the Berlin Chamber of Horrors (with 15 scary scenes), Museum (showing medicine in ancient times) and the Berlin Story Museum (with an overview of German history over 800 years) with this ticket.
The 3.800qm large Berlin Story Bunker was built as protection against air raids for the travelers and employees of the pickup station.?Later, the bomb shelter was part of the Senate reserves and now it is a tourist attraction.?The?guided bunker tour?starts in front of the?bunker from the Second World War?, then you can visit parts of the?Berlin Story museum?and historical?bunker rooms?.
The Hamburger Bahnhof ? Museum f?r Gegenwart ? Berlin presides over a comprehensive collection of contemporary art, which it presents in a variety of exhibitions.
On 20th January 1942 a fateful meeting of high officials from the Nazi Ministries and the SS was held about the organised deportation and murder (the ?Final Solution?) of European Jews in the occupied areas of Poland and Eastern Europe. 1992 was the 50th anniversary of the so-called ?Wannsee Conference?. A memorial site was opened in the villa on the occasion of this dreadful jubilee. On display is the permanent exhibition The Wannsee Conference and the Genocide of the European Jews. In addition, there are also changing exhibitions on the subject of the Holocaust as well as a library.
Walk to the highest point in Berlin (120m) to get a view across the whole city. While you're up there you can take a tour to explore the remains of the abandoned American field station... And if you don't fancy paying for that you can wander around the fence for a look around instead!
Spend a day in nature with this hike around the Grunewald area of Berlin. The area is fairly flat with picturesque views across the lakes in the area. We'll have a number of routes for you to choose from on the day.
Follow the picturesque Landwehr Canal through the centre of Berlin. This walk is about 11km long and takes you through a number of neighbourhoods and has a number of iconic and beautiful places along the way.
The Jewish Museum Berlin (J?disches Museum Berlin) is one of the largest Jewish Museums in Europe. In three buildings, two of which are new additions specifically built for the museum by architect Daniel Libeskind, two millennia of German-Jewish history are on display in the permanent exhibition as well as in various changing exhibitions.
The protestant Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church is a memorial to peace and reconciliation. And it also stands for the will of the Berliners to rebuild their city during the period after the war. This is seen by the fact that the church not only consists of the ruins of the church which was destroyed during World War II but it also includes contemporary church architecture.
The LEGOLAND? Discovery Centre is a colorful world, mainly for children from 3-10 years (and SSAGO members of course!). Discover our many attractions , such as the 4D cinema , the Dragon Castle , the LEGO? Factory and more. Average visit families between a half and two hours, but of course you can stay as long as you'd like.
Rub shoulders with the stars at the world famous wax works museum.
The shopping area at the Mall of Berlin covers 76,000 square metres and is home to about 270 fashion, shoe and consumer electronic retailers, but also gift shops, a large food court and a supermarket. The building complex also includes places of entertainment, restaurants, a hotel, offices and apartments.
Directly adjacent to the Mauerpark (Park of the Wall) in the Prenzlauer Berg district, you'll find a fleamarket with mostly private sellers with toys and vynils, clothes, musical instruments and bicycles.
The Menschen Museum, the world?s first museum dedicated to the human body, invites the visitor to embark on a journey through life and inspires visitors to contemplate what makes us human.
With just a few steps from the Pfaueninsel to the world famous Castle Rheinberg? See the out-ticated roof of the town hall Lichtenberg from above? Set in a landscaped park, in the characteristic rivers and mountain ranges are reproduced in the region, visitors can more than 80 models of famous Berlin and Brandenburg attractions marvel.
We study life and planet Earth, maintaining a dialogue with people. Our mission, our vision, our strategy and our structure make our Museum an excellent research museum. The collections are a unique cultural asset and inextricably linked to our research. They comprise over 30 million items covering zoology palaeontology, geology and mineralogy and are of highest scientific and historical importance.
The ?Musikinstrumenten-Museum Berlin? collects instruments of the European classical music tradition from the 16th to the 21th century. At this time the museum owns nearly 3.300 instruments, many of which are playable. About 800 instruments are on display in the permanent exhibition. In its diversity it is one of the most representative collections in Germany.
Building on the tradition of the New Synagogue, the New Synagogue Berlin understands - Centrum Judaicum as a link between past and future. A "Bet-ha-Knesset", a synagogue, is not only a place for praying but also for coming together, teaching and learning.
The Neues Museum combines geographically and thematically related exhibits pooled together from three separate collections at the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin: the collection of Egyptian art from the ?gyptisches Museum und Papyrussammlung, of prehistoric objects from the Museum f?r Vor- und Fr?hgeschichte, and of classical antiquities from the Antikensammlung.
The Nikolai quarter, known to Berliners as the Nikolaiviertel, is the oldest residential area of Berlin. With its mediaeval lanes and numerous restaurants and bars, it is one of the favourite destinations for visitors to Berlin.
The Alte Nationalgalerie is the original home of the Nationalgalerie, whose collections today are divided between the Neue Nationalgalerie, the Hamburger Bahnhof ? Museum f?r Gegenwart ? Berlin, the Friedrichswerdersche Kirche, Museum Berggruen and the Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg.
Since its reopening in August of 2004, more than 300.000 visitors from around the world come to the Olympiastadion Berlin every year, thus making the stadium one of the most frequented sights of Berlin. Since August 1, 2011 you can also visit the Olympiapark Berlin and have a look at the exhibit at the Langemarckhalle. You can decide for yourself if you would like to view the grounds on your own or have a tour guide tell you all about the German architectural and sports history of the Olympiastadion Berlin and the Olympiapark Berlin (extra charge for the tour).
Step into the fastest elevator in Europe to begin your journey through the eventful history of one of the world's most significant and popular squares. In just 20 seconds you will be whisked up to the 24th floor, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of Berlin. No other place offers such spectacular views of the city?s most famous landmarks and historic sites! The Brandenburg Gate, the Victory Column and Bellevue Palace are all just a stone?s throw away. You can also take a look at the exhibition which is included.
The Pergamon museum now houses three of the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin?s collections: the Antikensammlung, Vorderasiatisches Museum, and the Museum f?r Islamische Kunst. The impressive reconstructions of massive archaeological structures ? the Pergamon Altar, Market Gate of Miletus, the Ishtar Gate and Processional Way from Babylon, and the Mshatta Facade ? have made the Pergamonmuseum famous throughout the world, with the result that it is the most visited museum at the Staatliche Museen and in Germany as a whole.
The Colorful ChocoWorld site at Gendarmenmarkt makes Berlin the capital of chocolate. Even as you enter there's an irresistibly tempting aroma of chocolate. The three floors and almost 10,000 sf of space give you a chance to treat yourself to everything you fancy, try your hand at being creative and find out all about chocolate.
Take a guided tour around the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial. In 1936, the SS built the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp next to Oranienburg. Until 1945, more than 200,000 people from all over Europe were imprisoned here. Tens of thousands died of hunger and diseases and of the effects of forced labour and mistreatment, or were victims of systematic extermination. From 1945-1950, the Soviet Special Camp No. 7/No. 1 was located on the site. In 1961, the GDR founded the Sachsenhausen National Memorial. The present Memorial and the Sachsenhausen Museum have been part of the Brandenburg Memorials Foundation since 1993.
Visit the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp Memorial. In 1936, the SS built the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp next to Oranienburg. Until 1945, more than 200,000 people from all over Europe were imprisoned here. Tens of thousands died of hunger and diseases and of the effects of forced labour and mistreatment, or were victims of systematic extermination. From 1945-1950, the Soviet Special Camp No. 7/No. 1 was located on the site. In 1961, the GDR founded the Sachsenhausen National Memorial. The present Memorial and the Sachsenhausen Museum have been part of the Brandenburg Memorials Foundation since 1993. You can rent an audio tour for 3 Euros.
The Park Sanssouci with its castles and park buildings is one of the most important parks in Europe and is a UNESCO World Heritage. No other palace is so connected with the personality of Frederick the Great as Sanssouci Palace. The name Sanssouci - without concern - is to be understood as a desire and leitmotif of the king, because here he withdrew prefer. Following ideas of Frederick the Great completed in 1747 Georg Wenceslaus von Knobelsdorff Schloss Sanssouci and the terraces. The location of the castle on the famous vineyard terraces and the originally preserved Furnishing 18th century allow the visitor of today dive into the world of the philosopher of Sanssouci.
Scouts, snitches, agents, coders and fakers belong to the oldest professions in the world. No place would be better-suited for a spectacular tribute to the protagonists of this international gloom of espionage than Potsdamer Platz in the centre of Berlin, which for a long time was considered to be the Capital of Spies. Stories from near and far back in the past of espionage are being told in the Spy Museum Berlin in more than 1.000 exhibits. It bridges thousands of years by displaying e. g. a cipher technique invented by Julius Caesar, which is still being used today. It depicts the fascinating secret service methods of the English Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell, of Napoleon, of both sides in World War I and II and of the Cold War.
THE STORY OF BERLIN at the Kurf?rstendamm is the interactive museum of the capital. Spread over 6.000 square meters visitors can explore 800 years of Berlin history. In 23 theme rooms ? each of them designed individually and equipped with modern multimedia technology ? everyone can experience everyday life of the people of Berlin during different eras. One highlight of the exhibition is a guided tour through an original nuclear bomb shelter from the Cold War below the Kurf?rstendamm which still can be used by 3.600 persons in case of an emergency.
At the beginning of the 1920s, Tempelhof airport was built on the site. After the airport closed in 2008, the city of Berlin reclaimed the 386-hectare open space and one of the world's largest buildings in a central location for public use. Today, the area has a six-kilometre cycling, skating and jogging trail, a 2.5-hectare BBQ area, a dog-walking field covering around four hectares and an enormous picnic area for all visitors. The three entrances (Columbiadamm, Tempelhofer Damm and Oderstrasse) are open from sunrise to sunset.
The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Centre is located on the grounds of a former forced labour camp. Using the site?s history as a starting point, it offers visitors many resources for learning about forced labor during National Socialism.
The Original Berlin Free Price Alternative Tour is a must see for travelers and locals alike. Discover Berlin?s alternative culture in a social, informative and fun atmosphere. Organised?by our team of expats who have decide Berlin is the place to be.?
Popular among locals and visitors alike, the Tiergarten is Berlin's largest and most frequented inner-city park. It is ideal for a stroll, outdoor activities or a picnic.
The first Trabi Museum in Berlin. Experience the world of the GDR Volkswagen right next to Checkpoint Charlie. Nostalgia guaranteed!
Berlin's Siegess?ule - Victory Column - is another of Berlin's monuments that has reinvented itself through the ages - from symbol of Prussian military victory in the 19th century to a favourite tourist spot today. This is one of Berlin?s favourite sightseeing trips with children and youngsters who appreciate the view from the observation deck following the 270 steps required to reach it via a spiral staircase. The Caf? Victoria and Biergarten, just next to the monument, is ideal for refreshments and a break.
Experience Berlin as the birds and squirrels do: from the height. Welcome to Berlin's largest forest high ropes course, Volkspark Jungfernheide. We are your destination for the sporty leisure, as excursion with the children and SSAGO members, for the office party or outdoor team training .
Take a self-guided walk along the Berlin wall. Highlights include The Topography of Terror exhibit, Checkpoint Charlie and The East Side Gallery.
Take a journey around Berlin's Jewish-focused sites. We'll provide you with the route to follow as you get the chance to see some of the most important Jewish related sites in Berlin. This rote will include the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Neue Synagoge, the Street of Tolerance and Death, and a number of other memorials and sites.
Spend the day walking around the city of Potsdam, home to many Prussian Kings (and their castles!). This self-guided tour will take you around all the major sites in the city which include Schloss Cecilienhof, Sanssouci and The New Palace.
Berlin is one of the world?s street art capitals with plenty of international players having left their mark on local facades, including Blu, Pure Evil, ROA, JR and Os Gemeos alongside local talent like El Bocho and Alias. Follow this route and see some of the finest street art in Berlin.
Walk down the famous Unter den Linden street to see a number of Berlin's top sights. Including the TV Tower, Brandenburg Gate, The Rathaus, Bebelplatz and Alexanderplatz. This tour jams in many of the city's major sights into a couple of miles! Chances of seeing a bear are estimated at 94%.
World Famous, the most species-rich zoo worldwide. Discover the wide variety of wildlife in Zoo Berlin, the first zoo in Germany. You won't only find just polar bears, elephants, seals, lions or giraffes living here. You can also visit many endangered domestic animal breeds here.
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