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Allied Museum, Berlin

Categories: Military Museums, History Museums, Museums
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3.7/5 based on 95+ 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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  • Well presented history of how the allies sorted out the occupation of Germany immediately following the surrender, with particular emphasis on Berlin, the division of sectors, the subsequent blockade ...  read more »
  • If you are seriously military minded then you will find this very interesting, but for the average tourist its mainly a collection of things to look at and a short visit. Probably deserves more respec...  read more »
  • The exhibition is really really exciting for me as a child of turn of the. Distributed in two buildings you can experience the history of the allies from 1945 until 1994. In the first building one was organized among other things such as the air bridge. A historical film demonstrates the importance of this support. The building is also interesting. Here was a movie theater for the U.S. soldiers and their families. On the Museum grounds aircraft from the time of the airlift and a French train are still original. Unfortunately, these were not accessible. The entire exhibition is in three languages (English, French and german). There are many more original certificates of this time to marvel at. Unfortunately always some little text.
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  • A very nice museum. They turned several former American military installation buildings into a museum that documents the American, British, and French time in a divided Berlin. The museum is well done and if you were in the US Army during the Cold War, it will bring back memories.
  • Important part of berlin history. Worth a visit!
  • 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.
  • A very nice museum detailing the end or WWII and the Allied occupational redevelopment of Berlin. Special emphasis on Berlin Air Lift. See segments of the Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie. Best for last -- It is free.
  • Great free museum with great exhibits. Our of our family members served in the Army at this base during the Reconstruction after WW2 and it was so wonderful to see what is was like back then. Hope to bring other family here someday!
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