It's good there is text in 4 languages. However the text is just jammed onto the walls into every space. There is little effort to distinguish a overall storyline from the detailed information.
About Mauermuseum - Checkpoint Charlie
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This is a brilliant museum... with lots of information. A few qualifiers to that remark. There is almost too much information crammed into the cramped rooms.. It is also a confusing building with little help as to where one should 'go next' from each room....More
Firstly - checkpoint Charlie itself - I found this very disappointing especially the impersonators of American Servicemen. Not worth the effort to visit. HOWEVER - at the same location is the museum telling the story of the wall and all its history, its escape attempts...More
I throughly enjoyed the museum, but it was overwhelming at times. The organization and layout is scattered brained and the audio guide can be confusing in terms of order. Overall, I'd recommend going but pick and choose what you want to read about or else...More
Was interesting to see a replica of Checkpoint Charlie, with the multi-language signs warning people that they were leaving the Western section. But only if you're nearby -- not worth making a special trip. Didn't go in the museum. The "soldiers" at the Checkpoint charge...More
Really good museum stand side by side with this piece of history. A must see if in Berlin. Lots of photo opportunitys and you really get a feel for how both sides must have felt.
If you have many days in Berlin it's a good place to go, but just for one time in life. I really didn't like it that much.
The exhibition consists of long texts to read about the wall, without highlighting the crucial stories Nearly zero interesting facts, or stories or objects. The exhibition should have been much better organised. Compared to this low wow-effect the 14,50 EUR entry fee is extremely high...More