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Allied Museum, Berlin
(3.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
A museum that honors the work of Allied troops in World War II, Allied Museum is in the former American Sector of postwar Berlin. Much of the museum's area is an open-air exhibit with a collection of aircraft used by the Allies during the war. Inside you'll find weapons, uniforms, documents, and other artifacts that tell the stories of the brave soldiers who helped free Berlin. Two points of interest are the Nicholson Memorial Library, where an archive of documents is open to the public, and the Fall of the Wall sculpture by Veryl Goodnight on the museum grounds. By using our Berlin trip itinerary planner, you can arrange your visit to Allied Museum and other attractions in Berlin.
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  • Must-see Museum to understand the military Government allied since 1945 the construction of the wall the zones.allies beautiful collection of objects from 1945 to the end of 1994 departure allies of berlin after the fall of the wall a beautiful car in the french fmilitaire train of representatively I took at the time and who arrived at the French station of tegel train reserve forces allies in strasbourg to berlin
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  • Something far away located in Zehlendorf close reason forest, is the Alliertenmuseum in the former "outpost"-cinema, which was accessible at times, when Americans were still protecting power and stationed soldiers in Zehlendorf only for this. Anyway, it is a raisin bomber to be touched there, a piece of the wall and Watchtower, and a wagon of the so-called duty trains with the American troops could commute time between Berlin and West Germany. Everything a little nostalgic, but worth a visit.
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  • Super staff! Very helpful and friendly. The museum is free but it does take some effort to get out there; however, it is well worth the effort. The 100+ objects in the museum tell the story of a divid...  more »
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  • Worth the stop ... lots of reading and insight into life in about post war life in Berlin. An important part of our history.
  • Entrance is free but don't expect too much, some parts were not accessible. Nice for history freaks.
  • Great way to repurpose the building and preserve the history!
  • A nice piece of history that puts forward the Western Allies' perspective on the origins of the Cold War in Berlin. The exhibit on the Berlin blockade is particularly interesting.
  • Important part of berlin history. Worth a visit!