The museum was very interesting and is a wealth of information regarding this time period. There is a lot of reading and in 4 different languages, which I thought was respectful as many people were affected by the Berlin Wall. It was difficult to constantly be finding the English section as the writing in on massive boards on the wall and broken up on to several boards as each part had the 4 languages rather than just having all English, all German etc clumped together. This no disrespect to the museum or history as it was a horrific time for several thousand people and I don't want to take away from that. They did an amazing job showing how people escaped and the crafty things they did to get through the wall. Overall the experience has inspired me to read further into the Berlin Wall and the circumstances surrounding it.
****If you want to take pictures, you have to pay and extra euro and the clerk will give you a band to put around your camera or wrist.****
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