No other city in Germany bears the enduring marks of the Allies like Berlin. After victory over Nazi Germany in May, 1945, and the invasion of Soviet, American, British, and French occupation forces, Berlin became a quadripartite city and soon after, the prime arena of the Cold War.
In its permanent exhibition, “How Enemies Became Friends,” the Allied Museum tells the story of the Western powers in Berlin and Germany from 1945 to 1994. Original exhibits and large-scale objects include a plane from the Berlin Airlift, a restored segment of the Berlin spy tunnel, and the guardhouse from Checkpoint Charlie. They bring to life the eventful history of a friendship between the people of Berlin and the Americans, British, and French. In addition to the permanent exhibition, temporary exhibitions illuminate subjects of particular interest.
Group Tours of the Allied Museum
We offer both overview and thematic tours in German, English, French, and Spanish, tailored to your travelers’ needs.
Please take a look at our B2B brochure “Group Tours of the Allied Museum” for the full range of services for group tours, study tours, and class trips. It can be downloaded for free: B2B brochure
If you’d like to book a tour, please use our reservation form.
We request that even those groups that do not wish to book a tour inform us at least one week in advance that they will be coming to the Museum.
For tour operators who organize school trips, we also provide accompanying study material.