Information About the visit
Due to urgent maintenance work, the Outpost Theater is closed until further notice. Therefore, the part of the exhibition on the years 1945-1950 is unfortunately not accessible.
The second part of our permanent exhibition is still open, including our exciting special exhibition on the last frontier of the Cold War in Korea.
A visit to our museum is still worthwhile!
The Allied Museum, the Museum of Military History of the Bundeswehr at Berlin-Gatow Airfield and the Museum Berlin-Karlshorst have joined forces to recall the history of the Berlin Airlift seventy-five years ago in an open-air exhibition.
The Demilitarized Zone has divided Korea into North and South since the end of a brutal war in 1953. The impressive photos of Park Jongwoo document the iron curtain in East Asia.
The history of the Western powers in Berlin is full of suspense and drama. It begins with the American, British, and French occupying troops marching into Berlin in 1945 and ends with the Allies’ ceremonial withdrawal in 1994.
The Allied Museum at Tempelhof Airport
Twenty-five years after its founding, the Allied Museum faces new challenges. In order to inform today’s public about the significance of peace, freedom and democracy and the part played by the Western Allies in promoting and preserving them, the Museum needs new approaches and a meaningful historic site. Tempelhof Airport, a powerfully symbolic place in […]
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