We ask for your understanding.
There are currently no other changes to our programme of English tours.
From the 1st of November until the end of March, there is an alternative tour and exhibition programme in place.
You will find all of the information about our tours and exhibitions in the calendar on our website. The tour schedule for next year will be available in the coming weeks.
Our exhibition “Myth of Germania – Vision and Crime” is open all year.
April trough October: Thursday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
November through March: Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The exhibition is open daily from the 27th of December until the 8th of January (with the exception of New Year’s Day) from 11am until 4pm.
The vast project of planning Hitler’s Germania was not meant merely to serve Berlin’s citizens with a modernized habitat, but rather as a representation of the Nazi regime's sheer power. With a project that seemed inconceivable to most, the foundations were supported by Speer’s policies of expulsion, deportation and slave labour. By combining these factors, we can see how the attempted development of this new metropolis was inevitably linked with crimes against humanity.
The multimedia exhibition “Myth of Germania – Vision and Crime”, invites visitors to independently explore this complex topic. You can find more information about the exhibition here
You’ll find information about our English language guided tours here. If you are interested in information about our association click here, and to read what has been written about us in the English-speaking press, click here. If you would like to learn more about the history of Berlin's underground, you'll find more information here. Please look at the above menu for other queries. We ask for your understanding that not all of the German contents are available in English.