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Alliierten Museum

Museums, History West Free
The Allies arrived as conquerors, kept West Berlin alive during the 1948 Airlift and finally left in 1994. In what used to be a US Forces cinema, the Allied Museum is mostly about the period of the Blockade and Airlift, documented with photos, tanks, jeeps, planes, weapons and uniforms. Outside is the former guardhouse from Checkpoint Charlie and an RAF Hastings TG 503.


Venue name: Alliierten Museum
Address: Clayallee 135
corner of Huttenweg

Opening hours: Open 10am-6pm Mon, Tue, Thur-Sun
Transport: U3 Oskar-Helene-Heim/bus 115
Price: Admission free
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