Berliner U-Bahn-Museum

Berliner U-Bahn-Museum

U-Bahn history to touch and feel

– © Christian Ewald

Very much hands-on and highly entertaining is the offering of Berlin’s U-Bahn-Museum, focusing on and around Berlin’s subway system. The museum is located in the historical signal tower at the U-Bahn station Olympiastadion (U2) (the entrance is on the right, next to the yellow U-Bahn end car) and takes visitors back into the U-Bahn world of yesteryear.

Already the museum entrance is right on the money: entrance tickets are bought at the historical U-Bahn ticket booth - in the form of a U-Bahn ticket, of course, and printed by an authentic ticket machine. The exhibition offers insights into the eventful history of Berlin’s subway system, illustrated with an old switching station, signals, breaking devices and documentary image material.

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Rossiter Platz 1
14052 Berlin Charlottenburg
Tel.: 030 – 25627171
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Entrance 2.00 Euro, reduced 1.00 Euro

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