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Maerkisches Museum

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In this unique structure on the banks of the Spree River, the Berlin City Museum presents artefacts related to the culture and history of the city. It hosts the new permanent exhibition "BerlinZEIT - compact history", alongside with new space for...more
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Am Koellnischen Park 5, 10179 Berlin, Germany
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Reviewed 11 September 2018 via mobile

A perfect summary of Berlin history. Great value for money and a pleasant surprise. The interactive audio guides provided a fun and inclusive experience. Recommend for everyone, families and adults.

1  Thank aimeefeetham
Reviewed 19 July 2018 via mobile

Well laid out history of the city without too much information overload. The audio guide lets you listen to items you want to hear more about without having to listen to everything, and it’s an animated recital not a boring in depth lecture! The place...More

1  Thank Catherine S
Reviewed 9 July 2018

This is a brillianThis museum goes on and on and there is so much of Berlin history here displayed beautifully. Frankly there was too much for me to get my head round! Great displays - parts fascinating - parts not so much but if you...More

2  Thank Howard-Liverpool
Reviewed 2 March 2018

Easy to find with the underground system and in a striking Neo-gothic type building, this museum has, at the moment, an excellent, absorbing exhibition on Berlin in 1937, which is well recommended. It has information on how many aspects of daily life both public and...More

2  Thank Chris A
Reviewed 6 November 2017

The exhibition describes with photographs and in words the mood in Berlin in 1937 and everyday life under the dictatorship of national socialists. Extremely interesting and well-organized exhibition. Highly recommended. Only available until February 25th 2018.

1  Thank biot427
Reviewed 7 October 2017

The exhibition, Berlin 1937, was so exciting that no time or effort was left for the rest of the museum. The exhibition tries to tell, what was the life like in Berlin 1937, Nazis in control but before war time (In the shadow of tomorrow)....More

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Reviewed 29 September 2017

There's a temporary exhibition now called Berlin 1937 that's interesting, a depiction of what ordinary life was like in the Nazi era just before the war. It's interesting and worth a visit. Unfortunately the main museum is very hit-or-miss. They have some beautiful objects like...More

1  Thank Nelson_Mi
Reviewed 10 September 2017

Having visited many, many museums in five continents I have never experienced such rude and abrupt staff. From the moment of arrival the experience really wasn't comfortable. The ticket desk is badly signed and we were abruptly advised by the wardrobe assistant that it was...More

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Martin S, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at Maerkisches Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 13 September 2017

Thank you for this precise feedback! We can only can apologize for the behavior of our staff. Furthermore we are still working on the update of the permanent exhibition, after this is redone, you will find a complete bilingual Museum. Also the entrance situation is...More

Reviewed 27 August 2017

We only visited the exhibition 1937. I expexted more of it. But it was interesting enough. I don't think it's the best museum to visit in Berlin.

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Reviewed 17 August 2017

We loved this museum, first of all becuase of the lovely building, which looks like a converted church . Then the friendly and knowledgeable staff, who gave us talks on history of buildings on Berlin in general and then on industrial development in Berlin. Thirdly,...More

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