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Museum für Kommunikation, Berlin
(3.5/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
Discover the influential history of communication in Germany at Museum für Kommunikation. Originally founded as the world's first postal museum, it now features 17 exhibits outlining the importance of communication over time. See the famous Blue Maritius postage stamp from the late 19th century, or head to the museum's collection halls to witness the evolution of information technology. Don't miss touring the basement vault for an array of historical treasures. This family-friendly museum allows kids up to 18 to enter free of charge. Add Museum für Kommunikation to your Berlin travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Berlin trip builder.
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  • We hadn't planned to visit this museum, but were so glad we did! Compared to other museums in Berlin it is very cheap (4€ for adults, 2€ for students, free for children) and extremely well-executed an...  more »
  • First, we visited the special exhibition "golden section world formula", with extensive exhibits and information. Absolutely worth seeing. An other exhibition on the theme of "Sayings" and tracking their importance, change and the origin was no less interesting. Also very much recommended.
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  • Entry was reasonable at €4 per adult. Having worked in a communications company, it was interesting and you have insights into other areas also. Did not have our 11 year old with us on this trip, but ...  more »
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  • If you are in to geeky stuff, it will be intersting for you. Very insightful for children. Architecture is magnificent inside. Expositions are great, but very few material is translated to English.
  • I loved all the equipments present there. Most of them are a mix between science and art. We had a lot a fun in the "no pain no gain" exhibition. The snake game where you have to run to hit the control of your snake is really an amazing and an addictive idea. Kudos to the exhibition creators. It's the most interactive exhibition I have ever seen. Attention to details can clearly be felt. It's perfect for adult and children.
  • Extremely cheap museum. Costs 4 euros for adults. The architecture is majestic and a masterpiece per se. Also, the staff was incredibly welcoming and supportive. Never met such dedicated fellows in a museum before. Finally, you can find an enigma machine there, so you don't even have to think twice.
  • So good. The building looks amazing at night and during the day is very family friendly with loads of interactive displays.
  • Great museum, not much in English though. The building is magnificent not only from the outside. The exhibitions are very interesting because there are lots of real exhibits from the past. It's very cheap to get in, and at the entrance me and a few friends even got in for completely free as a 'school class'. We didn't even have to ask. Sweet.