Mauer Museum (Haus am Checkpoint Charlie)

The outside of the Haus am Checkpoint Charlie, dedicated to the history of the Berlin Wall (© visitBerlin, photo by Wolfgang Scholvien)

Mauer Museum (Haus am Checkpoint Charlie)

This privately-run exhibit explores the means and tools used by East Germans to escape the GDR until 1989: Trabant cars with hidden doors, hot air balloons, tunnels, and chairlifts were just some of the crafty inventions devised by GDR residents. Mon–Sun 9am–10pm. €12.50/6.50.

Address: 
Friedrichstr. 43-45
10969 Berlin
Germany
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Map of Mauer Museum (Haus am Checkpoint Charlie)