Deutsches Historisches Museum
Explore the history of Germany.
The Deutsches Historisches Museum is Germany’s national historical museum and sees itself as a place of active communication and discussion of history. At home in the Baroque Zeughaus, the oldest building on Berlin’s grand boulevard Unter den Linden, to which the Chinese-American architect I.M. Pei has added a contrasting modern wing. With its glass-roofed atrium, it is one of the architectural highlights of the city. Located in Berlin’s historic district, in the immediate vicinity of the Berlin Cathedral and the Museum Island, the museum accommodates the Permanent Exhibition “German History in Images and Artefacts” and features a diversified programme of special exhibitions.
On presentation of the ISIC, students get a reduced admission charge of 4 € instead of 8 €. This ticket is valid for all exhibitions in the Deutsches Historisches Museum: the Permanent Exhibition “German History in Images and Artefacts” in the Zeughaus and up to four temporary special exhibitions which are devoted to formative historical events, epochs and social developments in the Exhibition Hall designed by I.M. Pei.
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