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Museum der Dinge, Berlin

(3.3/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • I admit it right, I've not seen much from the Museum because I was due to Fr. Dr. Heide Rezepa-Zabel there. She is best known for "Cash for rare" and there their expertise brought things in the Museum monthly budget: porcelain, paintings, clocks etc. What I rather - Yes, I'm not going back - saw in passing, were everyday items that we know well and want to be once explored by visitors in their variety. Because asked: I've seen no lift and it goes up via several flights of stairs. It is a former factory building.
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  • Here everyone must go. What a collection of everyday things. You recognize very much. Beautifully prepared. All via the werkbund. That the workers wanted to elevate go!!
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  • My boyfriend recommended this museum to me, which I kind of regret going to. It is very small, and chock-full of what looks like tschotschkes from my grandma's closet (minus Nazi paraphernalia). It's ...  more »
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  • A nice collection of little things, objects with symbolic value that remind us of a recent era. Fascinating collection of everyday items. Carefully curated objects of notable design, worth a visit for a few hours.
  • Two sour-faced ladies 'greeted' us at the entrance. It took a while for us to count out our small change for the entrance fee. One of them held out her hand making an impatient gesture. When she asked 'have you got it yet?' I replied I was waiting for my wife to find her money. She then looked to her colleague with a disapproving look, so I said: 'Forget it, I'm leaving.' She looked surprised so I added: 'Such impatience.' As I walked away she vaguely apologised and said that's not how she meant it, but that's just hypocritical. Try to be polite from the start with your customers.
  • Really cool, hidden gem of a museum. If you have even a passing interest in design and the way it shapes everyday life, this place is worth checking out. Well curated, well designed, and very nice staff.
  • Museum of things.... Whatever is a thing....
  • The idea is interesting but not very well presented