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Museum Otto Weidt, Berlin
(4.7/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Here the exhibits and equipment which was Jewish citizens during the war, did. In the furthest room, room, to which hid Jewish citizens during searches of the SS. Very sad ...
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  • I had trouble finding it, as it's in an alley off the main road. However once we got there it was amazing to see what one man did to try to protect the most vulnerable Jewish people during the Shoah. ...  more »
  • A small museum worth visiting. Quite a character little known but it deserves the place of "righteous among the righteous." A few rooms but filled with stories and anecdotes. Photographs, written descriptions, in braille since Eight blind. Within the Jewish quarter, in one of the beautiful courtyards. Visited with Berlinitaliano guides with free admission.
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  • A very interesting place with a sad story. Otto Weidts bravery during WWII is inspiring! I always take my tourists there.
  • One of the interesting places to go in Berlin. A little hard to find.
  • A small but thought provoking museum. Found in a small alley from the main Street, this lets you see another side to the persecution of German Jews.
  • Free, very small, but nice. It tells a very important story. Unfortunately I don't think the way the exhibition is presented lives up to its potential, especially on the technology/interaction side.
  • This is a quiet museum, no glitzy displays or computer interaction but it's all the better for that. This was a workshop in which blind Jewish people made brushes and the owner did his best to try and save as many of them as possible from the Nazi camps. It's understated but shows the humanity of the owner and the tribulations of the workers. The area around it is worth visiting as well.