Allied Museum

Allied Museum

Located in the heart of the former US-sector in Berlin-Zehlendorf, the Allied Museum documents the history of the Western occupying powers during the Cold War era in Berlin from 1945 up to 1989.

A historical shield in the AlliertenMuseum

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The lively permanent exhibition "How Enemies Became Friends" documents the 50 years of the Allies’ occupation in Berlin from 1945 to 1994. The chronological documentation includes a reconstruction of the Berlin Spy Tunnel, an Allied intelligence and tapping device, the original guard cabin from the crossing point Checkpoint Charlie and a GDR guard tower from the Wall’s perimeter. A special highlight of the exhibition is the Hastings TG 503, a British transport aircraft from the Airlift era.

Address, Opening Hours and Contact Information

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 Address
Clayallee 135
14195 Berlin
Phone
+40 (0)30 818 199 0
Internet
alliiertenmuseum.de
Opening Hours
Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
Accessibility
Exhibition building accessible to wheelchair users. Handicapped accessible WC in the Nicholson Memorial Library. Tactile tours in German for people with visual impairments.
Admission Fee
free

Public transportation

Bus

Source: Presse- und Informationsamt des Landes Berlin, Bearbeitung Berlin.de

| Last edited: 14. October 2022