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Computerspielemuseum (Computer Games Museum)

Explore gaming history at Berlin's Computer Games Museum

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Located around 100m from Berlin's Weberwiese U-Bahn station, the Computer Games Museum is the first museum of its kind in the world. First opened in 1997, this museum displays around 60 years of the developmental history of gaming. With over 300 exhibits, this Berlin museum showcases classics, interactive objects, game artworks, and rare originals. The motto of the Computer Games Museum is 'homo ludens digitalis' (the playing human in the digital age). Visitors to the museum will have the opportunity to experience recent developments in virtual reality.

Berlin, the historical capital of Germany

A hub of culture, media, politics, and science, Berlin is the capital city of Germany. Travellers will be mesmerised by the vibrant culture, eclectic mix of classic and new architecture, and delicious food of Berlin. The Berlin Wall Memorial is a testament to the hostility that once plagued Europe. A must-see is the 26m high Brandenburg Gate, a sandstone monument inspired by the Acropolis in Athens. History buffs should head to the former Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp, established by the Third Reich and located about six hours away from Berlin. Renowned for its museums and galleries, Berlin is home to approximately 300 art galleries and more than 170 museums, including the Pergamon Museum and the Computer Games Museum.

The Computer Games Museum takes visitors back in time

The Computer Games Museum is a journey through the history of computer gaming, illustrating how computer games advanced with technology. Of the artefacts and games on display, approximately 35 can be tried out by visitors. Some of the highlights of the museum include:

  • Nimrod, the first gaming machine, which does calculations using 480 vacuum tubes
  • 3-D simulators
  • Classic Nintendo, Sega, and Atari games
  • Game machines such as the ‘Brown Box’ and East German Poly-Play gambling machine
  • Original arcade games

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