The Berlin Wall is the most significant symbol of the city’s 28-year-long division. In front of Märkisches Museum, seven original segments of the Wall and a listening station with authentic audio documentation commemorate this period.Border Guards in... more
The Märkisches Museum gives visitors a glimpse of the life, history, and culture of Berlin.
The museum, just steps away from the banks of the river Spree, explores the at times tumultuous evolution of this historic city and the nearby Brandenburg region through coins, weapons, posters, city models, sculptures, and more. Favourites include the tour of mechanical musical instruments, presented every Sunday at 3pm, and the seven original graffiti-bedecked segments of the Berlin Wall.
Also notable is the Kaiserpanorama, in its day one of the most technologically advanced and awe-inspiring forms of entertainment. This stereoscope dating from the 1880’s offers a 3-D show of images to up to 25 people at a time. The Märkisches Museum is the headquarters of Berlin’s City Museum Foundation, which holds more than 4 million artworks and documents; on display in this neo-Gothic architectural collage is a rich sampling of this collection.
Current exhibitions at Märkisches Museum
Am Köllnischen Park 510179 Berlin
- +49 30 24002 162
- Opening Hours
- Tue - Sun 10-18
- Admission Fee
- 5 Euro, reduced 2,50 Euro (including audio guide in English)
Free admission under 18 years & every first Wednesday of a month
- Train (S-Bahn)
- 0.3km S+U Jannowitzbrücke
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Source: Stiftung Stadtmuseum, Bearbeitung: berlin.de
| Last edited: 4. March 2020