on a multimedia time travel through 300 years of Berlin history: the
Revolution, the German Empire, the Roaring Twenties, the World Wars, the Fall
of the Wall, and the "summer fairy tale" of the 2006 World Cup.
At the place where once world history was written and the Berlin Wall divided the city the Brandenburg Gate Museum tells more than 300 years of living history through a multimedia time travel. Situated close to the most important landmark the Brandenburg Gate, the museum combines film, sound and emotion into a spectacular multimedia-show. Moving images and original voices
leave you feeling like a time traveler. “Ich bin ein Berliner”, the legendary words of John F. Kennedy can be heard, as well as, the jubilation of the wall opening or the World Cup celebration. 87 hightech screens with 180 million pixels as well as a 38 channel-surround-sound system allow visitors to witness the most important periods of German history such as the Golden Twenties, World War One and Two, the Fall of the Berlin Wall or the 2014 football World Cup. Additionally, an exhibition documents the historical events and the dramatic changes that took place around the Brandenburg Gate. The museum is suitable for visitors of all age groups and has no language barriers.