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Allied Museum, Berlin

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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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  • August 9, 2017
    After World War II, Berlin was divided into four sectors, controlled by America, Britain, France and Russia. Soon the cold war broke out between the super powers, and as the Soviet Union controlled th...  more »
  • August 4, 2017
    The Museum is free. It is the period of the cold war in Berlin from the point of view of the allies. The cartels have a version in french. Compared to what we have seen so far, it's less heavy and horrible, it feels good! The temporary exhibition features 100 objects with their explanation in relation to the allies and the cold war and often the story of someone who is attached (also in french). It's modern, sometimes moving and interesting. I loved this muse and recommend!
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  • July 30, 2017
    Who is interested in the story of Berlin during the cold war, is right here. The Museum presents the history of the allies with many interesting exhibits in Berlin. For us, it was a very enjoyable visit. Admission to the Museum is free.
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  • Quite small but completely free. It could be a deeper detail on alliance occupation of Berlin if you haven't already seen this slice of history in some other (better) museum. It worth the visit if you already are in the neighborhood, since Grunewald is an amazing area.
  • Very cool place to visit free entrance but not very big
  • A fantasic FREE museum a short S-Bahn ride from central Berlin. Lots of interesting exhibits to see across two buildings and exterior. You can also take a walk through the park back through to the S-Bahn too.
  • Worth the stop ... lots of reading and insight into life in about post war life in Berlin. An important part of our history.
  • Very informative, many interesting exhibits + entrace is free. Totaly worth an hour or two in a cold or rainy day.

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