Learn more about the GDR and the fall of the Wall, climb up the Berlin Wall yourself and learn to play like a DJ of the 90s.
Explore the unique cultural hotspot that Berlin became after the fall of the Berlin Wall
Climb and touch large parts of the Berlin Wall and hear punks, ravers, hooligans and artists tell their stories from this period
Discover the camp raves of the underground artists who shaped Berlin's counterculture
Experience the Berlin of the 90s up close and learn how the fall of the Berlin Wall changed life in the capital.
Camp raves, street parties and a city that is reviving after a generation of walls and watchtowers. Berlin in the 1990s was a meeting point for fresh counter-culture and dynamic experiments. Turn back time and celebrate as you did in 1990 with a fast admission to Berlin's unique new museum exhibition: Nineties Berlin.
Start your visit in the 1990s with a 16-minute film that forms the framework for the rest of the exhibits. It's 1990, the Berlin Wall has fallen, the GDR is history, and a new city is emerging from the ruins.
Enter a room where 13 prominent speaking personalities are arranged in a circle and listen to punks, ravers, hooligans, artists and many others who show you their unique view of time. Stroll through a neon labyrinth and discover exhibits from the underground artists' initiative Tacheles. Also learn exclusive tricks from a DJ from the 90s and much more!
In the exhibition 'Feel the Wall', large parts of the Berlin Wall are assembled. See, feel and climb yourself along the wall that divided a country into two parts. 'Fear the Wall' features 140 Kalashnikov rifles, a shattering reminder of the violence risked by anyone who tried to cross the Berlin Wall.
Join us on an exciting journey into the past and learn more about the fall of the Berlin Wall and its consequences.
Opening hours: daily 10.00 - 18.00 o'clock
Don't forget to bring a valid ID card, student card or disability card for reduced-price tickets.
The museum is wheelchair accessible, with the exception of a platform. A wheelchair accessible toilet is also available.
Free admission for: Children under 6 years with free ticket, assistants of wheelchair users, severely disabled persons with a "B" in the certificate.
• Fast access to the Nineties Berlin Museum
Nineties Berlin - Molkenmarkt 2, 10179, Berlin.
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