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Since 1987 a permanent exhibition at the site where the headquarters of the Secret State Police, the SS and the Reich Security Main Office were located during the “Third Reich” has been providing information to the public about the most important...more
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After doing a walking tour of Berlin, we decided to come back to see more about this place. It was busy and there was a lot to read and see. I grew my knowledge about the Nazis devastation of Europe and the people of Europe....More
The museum contains many photographs, some quite upsetting, and documents illustrating the history from the time the Nazis took power until the end of the war. Exhibition panels tell the story of Berlin in the Weimar republic, Berlin under the Nazis and during the war,...More
If you want to learn the history , learn something you didn’t know before and see the passage of the war then this is for you
We spent 3 hours here and I could go back
It has got so much information but it is...More
This was magnificent. At times terribly distressing, at others staggeringly banal. The external exhibition on the timeline to the annihilation of Warsaw to commemorate 75 years since the Uprising was superb history, in the foundations of the Gestapo HQ. It spoke volumes in itself. If...More
Good museum. Not huge or overwhelming so you can see and read everything in it in about 2-3 hours. Easy to navigate your way around. The exhibition outside beneath a part of the Berlin Wall that is still standing is fantastic.
This is an outdoor exhibition of sorts. I think it might change from time to time. This time it focuses on the role of Poland and Warsaw during the second world war. Very interesting. A lot of reading.
Response from Andreas S | Reviewed this property |
not sure . I am German and speak English fluently though French was my first foreign language. You seem very capable of english I do not want to deminish french but it would be good listening to this in German or... More
not sure . I am German and speak English fluently though French was my first foreign language. You seem very capable of english I do not want to deminish french but it would be good listening to this in German or English . French is more apologetic ,
Response from Flynnpeter | Reviewed this property |
Hi you can do but there is a lot of reading and the pathway is busy, there is also a building which is part of this visit and you may find that you may be able to leave luggage there.
Enjoy your visit.