Exhibition Hitler - How could it happen?This documentation, which is separated from the rest of the museum and extends over three floors, vividly shows the path of Hitler, Berlin and Germany into National Socialism and the Shoah.
Here, texts, photos and images illuminate the Nazi seizure of power, the anti-Semitic terror and the end of the war through Hitler's suicide. In the Documentation Führerbunker there is a model of Hitler's last hiding place, but also a reconstruction of the room where Hitler followed the course of the liberation of Berlin by the Red Army.
The various stations in Hitler's life are also presented separately, along with statistics and sometimes meticulous daily routines (Hitler - the Itinerary).
Berlin Story Museum: Berlin City History Presented in an Appealing WayWith countless objects and photographs in nearly 40 exhibition rooms, the museum in the former air-raid shelter Anhalter Bahnhof is a great synopsis of different eras of today's metropolis.
The Berlin Story Museum was opened in 2014 at the current location with the objective "800 years of Berlin history in one hour in ten languages". It is possible to get an overview of the history of the city of Berlin here in a short time - but it is also possible to spend quite some time in the exhibition. The focus here is on historical turning points that have shaped Berlin. An audio guide, available in ten languages, is included in the price of the ticket for this area.
Highlights of the exhibition at the Berlin Story Museum include a miniature model of old Berlin, a focus on the history of the Brandenburg Gate, and film stills from well-known movies set in Berlin.