If you have more than one day in Berlin, there are so many other better museums to go to for information on the history of the Berlin Wall. The entrance fee was the highest of any museum I went to in Berlin (~13 Euro) and the museum was so overcrowded that I personally did not enjoy my time there, even rushing to get out after awhile. The rooms were extremely small, which made the overcrowding worse. There is a ton of text, essentially covering every wall surface, which was overwhelming and did not point to you important passages. If you only have a few hours in Berlin and would like to get some history about the wall, I guess that attending this museum would be a decent way to get the information if you're willing to squeeze in between people to read endless passages. If you have a day or more, I would highly suggest visiting Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer instead (free, outdoors, less touristy, and extremely moving) even though it's not in Berlin's Mitte neighborhood.
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