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Computerspielemuseum

Karl-Marx-Allee 93a, 10243 Berlin, Germany
+49 30 60988577
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Where Pac Man lives The first ever museum for computer games worldwide was founded in Berlin. You can embark on a magic time travel trip covering six decades of gaming history. Including Giant Joystick and Painstation, Arcade Hall plus the Wall of Hardware. A Berlin highlight in the trendy borough of Friedrichshain Kreuzberg. A mere 5 minutes away from Alexanderplatz (U5 Weberwiese). You can reach our museum very comfortably by cycling here. Whether you come from Alexanderplatz or from Warschauer Straße/Frankfurter Tor, you will find wide lanes for cycling on both sides of Karl-Marx-Allee and traffic lights for crossing. We have a number of cycle stands right next to our entrance. If you wish to start a cycling trip from here, feel free to ask for a free copy of Bike Map, which has a very convenient format to fit into almost any pocket.
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 20:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Karl-Marx-Allee 93a, 10243 Berlin, Germany
Friedrichshain
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+49 30 60988577
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Arrived at lunchtime, got a family ticket for €19. It was quite busy and hot, especially as you got further into the museum. There were lots of interactive exhibits, unfortunately as it was so busy we could only really watch as others played - there...More

Thank RachelC_UK
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A fun museum with the opportunity to try out lots of retro games and consoles. The bedroom sets and arcade room were terrific and very nostalgic. Some very interesting features too on the history and evolution of gaming

Thank GPS1989
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I'm a massive fan of video games and when I saw this on trip advisor had to pay it a visit. We had so much fun using the PAINstation and trying out the VR machines and the virtual boy. They have a lot of classic...More

Thank Sean M
Reviewed 4 October 2017

I'm a huge fan of video games but found this museum kind of disappointing. It's good in that it has a collection of many of the highlights of classic computer games. And a few games available to play. The most interesting part for me was...More

Thank Nelson_Mi
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

We loved the computer museum, it was very interactive, and a manageable size. The bedroom sets and the arcade a really fun, and it's very child friendly.

Thank Daisy P
Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

There's a lot about the history of computer and video games. It just feels like there could have been more hands on games to be able to play.

Thank Andy S
Reviewed 6 September 2017

A fascinating and thoroughly enjoyable trip back in time to the early days of computer and video games. It was great to see some old and in some cases long forgotten consoles and arcade machines in use and entertaining not just the old timers but...More

Thank EGM68
Reviewed 30 July 2017

We run on a tight budget so the 9€ entry shocked us at first. When we arrived, we saw old computers and video game consoles behind glasses and we thought: oh crap. But then a couple of steps behind we saw it: The Arcade. We...More

Thank Daniel P
Reviewed 25 July 2017 via mobile

Loads of computer game devices from different years. Visitors have an opportunity to play some of the games. I would advise to go there in the morning when the museum opens. We visited the museum during lunch time and the museum was too packed.

Thank Anni S
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

Great, nostalgic walk down (random access) memory lane. Small in size, but packed with great consoles old and new, to have a go of! Informative AND fun! Entertainment for kids and adults alike (as long as you like computer games).

Thank bonjourjef
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Response from jebskulker | Reviewed this property |
There were some old consoles playable when I was there, like Sega Mega Drive / Genesis, and Super Nintendo, as well as some 80s arcade games. The website implies that it's still hands on, so I think there's a good chance.
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Response from Guido S | Reviewed this property |
I am not working in the museum either,typically all musea are open on these days (public is free so you want them in) so January 1st and Xmas will be closed others days if they are smart the open the doors. Use the... More
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