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This museum is in a big museum complex that also houses Museum of European Cultures and Museum of Asian Art. It is in the southwestern suburb of Dahlem and not centrally located. However, I do think it is worth the trek since you can see...More
Many of the exhibits are in the process of being moved to a museum in central Berlin. Absolutely fantastic collections! Also has topical exhibits such as one of photos and interiews with European seniiors from all of Europe, European folkloric costuming, and folklore examples (SIcilian...More
If you are interested in ethnography and Asian Art, then this is well worth a visit. The leafy suburb of Dahlem where it is located, is also very pleasant in itself, and a nice contrast with central Berlin. We visited on a Sunday, so the...More
I can not understand how this things, more of them without a real value that you can find in anlot of souvenirs shops in their countries, can be considered a Museum...
Only the Mesoamerica part is interesting.
I wanted to visit the Japanese art exhibit on paintings and woodblock paintings. The woodblock prints were really beautiful although I wish there were more pieces. Both the Japanese and Chinese paintings were good. I also visited the temporary exhibit on the ethnic groups in...More
This is a fascinating place and I was so glad to have been advised to visit as it will soon be closed down. Many of the artefacts will be transferred to the Kulturforum in the centre of Berlin and housed in the reconstructed Berlin Palace....More
Interesting exhibits, interesting texts, visually attractive. There is so much to see and learn, you can easily spend an entire day there so be sure to view what interests you the most first. Come early, avoid waiting :D