Ramones Museum Berlin

Ramones Museum Berlin

The Ramones Museum Berlin is dedicated to the US Punk rock legends The Ramones.

Ramones Museum Berlin

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Punk rock legends The Ramones come from New York, but their biggest fan might just be from Berlin. Florian Hayler collected hundreds of Ramones-related items, and attended more than 100 Ramones concerts, then decided to collect his expertise and souvenirs in a museum. It debuted in 2005, a year after the death of founding band member Johnny Ramone.

The current museum opened in October 2008 after a move and an expansion. On display are childhood photos of the group, gig set lists, fliers from the band’s early days and a vast collection of concert t-shirts. If you bop ‘til you drop, the Ramones Museum’s Café Mania has drinks, snacks and light meals on offer.

The museum, located just off Oranienburger Strasse near art house Tacheles and the New Synagogue, also hosts movie screenings, acoustic shows, and Ramones-related special events. Closed Mondays and Wednesdays.


Oberbaumstraße 5
10997 Berlin
030 755 288 89
Opening Hours
Mo - Su 10 - 10 pm
Admission Fee
3,50 Euro

Public transportation



Source: www.ramonesmuseum.com, Bearbeitung: berlin.de

| Last edited: 2. August 2018