German Historical Museum

German Historical Museum

Address Unter den Linden 2, Berlin

Current museum exhibitions

Venue description

The German Historical Museum is Germany's national history museum and one of the largest history museums in the world. Located in Berlin's historic center, it sees itself as a place for strengthening historical judgment, where overarching philosophical, ethical and historical questions are negotiated. A new permanent exhibition is currently under construction, which will show German history in its international context and set new accents. For this reason, the previous presentation in the Zeughaus, "German History from the Middle Ages to the Fall of the Wall," will no longer be on view as of the end of June 2021. Due to the renovation measures, the Zeughaus courtyard and the Zeughaus are also not accessible. In the directly adjacent exhibition hall, the Pei-Bau, a diverse exhibition program is dedicated to formative events, developments and persons of German history in a European context


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