The first computer game museum in the world was founded here in Berlin. An iconic time trip for the whole family through 60 years of history of the games can start. With a huge joystick and painstation, a slot machine from the 1980s and scenic spaces from the beginnings of the home video games, with playable cult consoles like the Pongklon, the C64, the NES and the Playstation, with the interactive wall of the most important game titles and the Wall of Hardware with attractive special looks And the unique gift shop around Games. The Berlin highlight in the scene district Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg, only 5 minutes away from Alexanderplatz (U5 Weberwiese). The Karl-Marx-Allee cycle path is also one of Europe's longest cultural monuments.
Sun - Thurs: 10am - 8pm;
Regular: 9,00 Euro
Reduced students (6-17 years), students (with ID), trainees, people with disabilities (50%), pensioners: 6.00 euros
Children (up to 5 years): free