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We had entry into the museum covered by our Berlin Pass which was good as I probably would have been annoyed if I had to pay for it.
The first room we walked into was interesting and we were able to understand what we were...More
The museum itself is not so incredibly astounding. A lot about anatomy and medicine and and and. But the ruins (weather protected and warm) part where private events can take place is awesome both in atmosphere and architectural beauty. It you get the chance, get...More
Quite standard exhibitions, all kind of body parts and organs, different pathologies and some old medical equipment and surgery kits. Interesting if you are interested in medicine. Could use some modern, more interactive exhibitions.
We found this absolutely fascinating. Gave a really good history of healthcare in Germany and highlighted key developments. If you don’t speak German they have an English translation for the exhibitions which can be a little difficult to follow at times.
They have an amazing...More
I love anatomy museums and this one didn't let me down. I really liked collection of human organs in different diseases. Too bad not all had English labels so had to use google tranlate a lot as we also wanted to learn.
Easy to get...More
Having been to Berlin on a few occasions, we decided to go for some of the more non-touristy attractions. I saw some of the museum photos online and was quite curious, so we made a point of coming to the medical history museum in Berlin....More
Got us totally by surprise.
We went inside, not knowing what to expect. Once you enter your first thought is "ok this is going to be lame at best".
But then, you get to the floor that showcases canned and preserved organs, limbs and even...More
This museum comes on more floors inside the medicine faculty university of Berlin. On the first floor you can find the criminology floor where you'll see some reconstructions of crime scenes, or all stories about some famous killings. On the other floors you will find...More