My supposedly updated annually guidebook still only mentioned the outside displays and large section of the Berlin Wall you can see here. Don't fail to go into the (free entry) white building museum displays (built 2010). Its easy to find, if you are at Brandenberger gate area just find Wilhelmstrasse and keep walking for about 10 minutes.
I am a History teacher with 20 years of teaching Nazi Germany under my belt and I still found masses and masses to interest me. The choice of photographs and explanations (in German and English) were clever and very, very well selected. (eg I don't think I saw a single one that I have ever seen reproduced in a British text book) The displays would be explanatory and easy to follow if you knew nothing about this period of History, or quite a lot (hopefully) like me.
I particularly commend the curators on their careful explanations, excellent spread of information and use of (photos) of original sources of evidence (translated below). I took hundreds of photos of the displays to then use in future lessons. There are some audio displays also.
However, for obvious reasons considering the material it covers, I don't think I'd recommend it for families with children under say 12, perhaps 14,
and then only with some discussion beforehand.
Its location is right by the largest easy to find bit of the Berlin Wall that still stands with the one of the Nazi Ministry buildings (think it was Gorings Airforce building) right behind.
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