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Karl Marx Haus is a very well presented testament to the great philosopher and revolutionary thinker. As a visitor I admire the Germans’ willingness to look unflinchingly at their past history unlike the British, the Americans and the French
The new exhibition is interestingly designed and I was looking forward to visit it since its opening in May hopping that after seeing it I will understand what made this person create a theory which became a base of one of the most cruel ideologies...More
Karl-Marx-Haus Museum is a tasteful and appropriately designed destination for both fans and non-fans of Marx. His life story and the history of his times are painted, graphic-novel style, on the walls of the house. It's a treat for fans of history and for anyone...More
This museum does an excellent job providing context for the development of Marx's theories. There aren't that many artifacts, mostly photographs. But the curators have created a compelling narrative. I recommend it.
It was cool to see the house where Karl Marx was born but I wouldn’t pay to enter the museum. I don’t support his way of thinking and would not pay a Euro to contribute to his ideals or preservation of those ideals. We know...More
The house where Karl Marx was born is now a carefully researched and curated museum that’s engaging enough to bring your kids. Some amazing timelines, a video book; very interesting use of technology. Interesting throughout. Highest possible recommendation!
The house on Bruckenstrasse where Marx was born had been forgotten about for many years, until in the early 20th century it was turned into a museum. At the same time, the exterior was redesigned to reflect the way in which the architect imagined a...More