Like the previous reviewer, I came across this museum as I was walking towards the Brandenburg Gate. I was quite surprised that there was no entrance fee. Having learned bits and pieces of Willy Brandt's life in other places, I was anxious to learn more about this accomplished man. The museum, which opened in early 2012, presented Willy Brandt's life, accomplishments, leadership and contributions in an organized manner by decades. The information was presented in the context of what was happending in the world during those decade. Very well done and very informative. Do not miss the 30-minute film, which included truly amazing films taken during and after World War II. There are English descriptions next to all the photographs and other displays, which would likely be sufficient for the typical visitor. I initially also used the audio guides, but, as is often the case with audio guides in museums, I found the information on the guides far too detailed and long-winded. They could extend the visit by hours. The guides may be valuable to serious students of this particular historical subject.