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Allied Museum (Alliierten Museum)

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Clayallee 135, 14195 Berlin Germany
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Ana G wrote a review Apr 2020
Sydney, Australia431 contributions185 helpful votes
They are closed on Monday's There is a quite a bit of information there and lots to see. However this museum wouldn't be for everyone. You would really need to be interested in the topic. They also have a plane there so some would love that.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Jane C wrote a review Mar 2020
41 contributions19 helpful votes
We found this museum very interesting.It is really for the aficionados not someone with a casual interest in WWII memorabilia. We left with a much better appreciation of the aftermath of the war. It was fairly easy to reach from public transportation. We took the S-Bahn and then had a 20 min walk through a lovey green leafy neighborhood.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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mcmonScotland wrote a review Mar 2020
Girvan, United Kingdom837 contributions266 helpful votes
I visited on a weekday in January. It is easy enough to reach by U-Bahn or bus. It was not very busy when I visited: there was maybe 10 other visitors whilst I was there. I went into the old theatre building first and was impressed with the way the stage and seating area had been transformed into a workable museum exhibit space. When getting ready to leave, I learned that there was a second building with exhibits. In the second building, there is an eclectic collection of military memorabilia as well as a temporary photo exhibit. There is also a small cafe and gift shop. This building also has lockers for backpacks/coats/etc. The museum is well curated with interesting displays and the exhibits are in good condition. Outside, between the buildings, is a French duty train carriage, a British Hastings aircraft, a section of the wall/guard tower and the old Checkpoint Charlie guard hut. I learned that the museum is in the process of being relocated to Tempelhof Airport but, it will be a few years before that happens. After the move, there should be more on display. I enjoyed the museum but, it is a very specific subject and I’m not sure that it is for everyone. It is free entry though so if you don’t like it, it won’t cost you anything.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Wallyontravel wrote a review Feb 2020
Vercelli, Italy323 contributions114 helpful votes
The museum is very easy to reach ont he southern end of West Berlin, on Clay Allee, you just need to take the U3 to Oskar-Helene heim and then walk north for a few minutes. The museum is not very big but has good exhibitions, especially about the airlift, there is an aircraft on the yard, the original most recent booth at Check point Charlie and some more memorabilia, staff are really nice, I was welcomed by a man that spoke to me in 4 different languages to be able to explain me how to visit the museum
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Date of experience: December 2019
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charles911 wrote a review Jan 2020
Pelhrimov, Czech Republic576 contributions118 helpful votes
Two buildings full of information about the Allies´ airlift to West Berlin and international forces in the then West Germany. All information in English, very informative. Lots of period photographs and moving stories. Free admission.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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