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German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This museum is in an iconic building: where Germany surrendered for a second time to end WWII (the first surrender took place the day before in Reims, France). The museum is in eastern Berlin, so well away from most every other museum and attraction in...More

Thank Amy C
Reviewed 2 May 2018

Downstairs is the historic room where Nazi Germany's final surrender was signed, as well as the office of the Soviet Commander Zhukov. Upstairs is a great exhibit about the Germans in Russia during the war, and then the Russians in Germany after the war. Lots...More

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Reviewed 26 March 2018

A free Museum (may close on a Monday) in an Iconic building. A German officers mess them the Russian headquarters for the attack on Berlin, it was also the Building that seen the official end to WWII in Europe as the Allies ratified the German...More

Thank sjn32
Reviewed 23 February 2018

This place was incredible. It's a bit outside the centre, but easy to get to and so worth it for people interested in history. It's fantastic. Just incredible to be in the room where the surrender was signed. But so much more than that, it's...More

Thank Kenny B
Reviewed 18 February 2018

A little way out of the city so not hyped up but one of the best museums we've visited - it's gruelling in places but a good mix of media and a treasure trove of information.

Thank Cathokin
Reviewed 9 November 2017

This is a fantastic museum, off the beaten track but easy to visit, just about a half hour from the centre of Berlin. To stand in the room where the Germans surrendered in 1945 is an amazing experience. The museum upstairs is an incredible account...More

Thank PHIL H
Reviewed 24 September 2017

Just aweinspiring to be at the location where WW2 peace was signed. Fantastic museum, albeit a bit "Russian". A must do!!! Good military vehicles, tank and artillary pieces (All Russian) outside. Rooms filled with artefcats and history. Well presented and documented.

Thank AHidler
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

This museum is quite far out of Berlin, but well with the visit as this is where the Unconditional Surrender that ended WWII was signed. It is also free. We fortunately had a car and it was easy to find.

Thank Momsurrey
Reviewed 3 September 2017

This is right on the Eastern fringes of Berlin and tells the story of the German forces surrender to the Russian and Allied forces in May 1945, really interesting with lots of Russian hardware outside.

Thank andynelson22
Reviewed 28 August 2017 via mobile

It is small but very interesting museum in 12 km from the Centre of Berlin. It is free of charge. In May 1945 there was Capitulation act signed in this building. At the ground flour you can find historical interior and see a short black...More

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Hi. I downloaded the BVG app which is brilliant and bought the 3 day travel pass for trains and buses which is great value. I guess you could do Uber which works well in Berlin but will cost more than a 3 day pass. Hope... More
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