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Hitler - how could it happen: Exhibition Ticket

Visitors at Berlin-Story-Museum

from €12.00

How did it happen? Why did so many people vote for Hitler? The bloodiest war in history ended with Hitler' s suicide. Life-size reconstruction of his quarters in the bunker, a model of the Führer Bunker, photos, documents, films.

In the Berlin Story Bunker, you will find three exhibitions in a 6,500 square metre bunker from the Second World War, including the world's leading documentation about National Socialism and Hitler. Embark on a tour through history. Valid directly as a smartphone voucher.

1 ticket for all exhibitions in the Berlin Story Bunker:

✔ Documentation: Hitler – How could it happen
✔ Museum: Germany 1945 - today
✔ Memes: Special exhibition

Documentation: Hitler - how could it happen in the Berlin Story Bunker

The detailed documentation "Hitler - how could it happen" covers an exhibition area of more than 3,000 square metres over three floors of the bunker.

A comprehensive documentary exhibition with 38 themed areas

The exhibition takes visitors through 38 comprehensive themed areas and explains everything about the air raid shelter built in 1942, the terror of the National Socialists, the rise of the Nazi Party and Hitler's last hideout, the Führerbunker. The documentary also explains the topics of the bunker, the Third Reich, the Nazi era, the myth of Germania, flight, expulsion and the Holocaust in detail using countless documents, texts, photos and films. This world-leading documentation on National Socialism and Hitler is more comprehensive than visitors can imagine.

Exhibition in the museum: Germany 1945 to today

In the second part of the bunker you will discover the museum with the exhibition Germany 1945 to today. From the unconditional surrender, the post-war period, the economic miracle, the 1968s as a social turning point, the fall of the Berlin Wall to the war in Ukraine. Here you can find out how Germany became what it is today. The museum shows important moments in history up to the present day.

Memes: A special exhibition

In the third part you will see a temporary special exhibition. Memes are caricatures, photos with funny texts or videos on the Internet. Propaganda used to come from the propaganda minister, now it comes from the people. "A picture is worth a thousand words." Political and social events are explained not only in formal texts but also in pictures. The special exhibition in one room of the Berlin Story Bunker shows how this propaganda tool works. A historical look at the political impact of images and their history.

Meeting point

Berlin Story Bunker, Schöneberger Straße 23a, 10963 Berlin

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Important information

  • unsuitable for wheelchair users and baby buggies
  • Photos are not permitted

Ticket validity after purchase

  • Accepted as a mobile smartphone voucher or printed out
  • valid for the booked date

Opening hours

Mo. - Su.: 10:00 am – 07:00 pm; last entrance 5.30 pm

Arrival by public transport

S-Bahn | S1, S2, S25, S26 (Anhalter Bahnhof)

U-Bahn | U1, U3, U7 (Möckernbrücke); U1, U2, U3 (Gleisdreieck)

Bus | M29 (Schöneberger Brücke); N1 (U Möckernbrücke)


Texts: DE & EN

Free Audio-Guide: DE, EN, FR, RU, ES, IT, NL, DK, PL, UA, PT


2 - 3 hours


Berlin Story Bunker