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


Clayallee 135
14195 Berlin
+40 (0)30 818 199 0
Opening Hours
Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm
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

Public transportation


Source: Presse- und Informationsamt des Landes Berlin, Bearbeitung

| Last edited: 14. October 2022