Hitler's plans for Berlin - Myth of Germania

Berliner Unterwelten e.V.

  • Mythos Germania - Modell Germania

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Current information: Tickets are available via reservix. When booking, the discount type "Berlin Welcome Card" can be selected. All information about the permanent exhibition can be found here.

Hitler's plans for Berlin - Myth of Germania is a permanent exhibition examining the fascinating and horrifying Nazi-era plans for the future of the city.

The Exhibition is located beneath the Gesundbrunnen U-bahn station, with exhibition spaces occupying 'Berlin from below', a unique museum which also offers guided tours. Myth of Germania explores the Third Reich's plans for the building of Germania, which was intended to be a new 'world capital' solidifying the regime's dominance over the globe. With carefully curated multimedia exhibits within a very different kind of museum setting, it makes for an unforgettable historic stop during a trip to Berlin.

Exploring the expanse of historic Berlin

The German capital is undeniably one of the most fascinating places for learning about history and culture, with a wide selection of classical and modern museums, galleries, concert halls and other venues to choose from. As well as stalwarts such as the Neues Museum and the Pergamon, Berlin's reputation as an important centre for modern art can be appreciated at galleries including the KW Institute for Contemporary Art. Located in the pretty green Gesundbrunnen neighbourhood, it would be hard to imagine that an underground museum network like Myth of Germania exists until seeing it for oneself.

Bringing the underworld to light at Hitler's plans for Berlin - Myth of Germania

Though often deeply disturbing, exhibits such as Myth of Germania remain important for not forgetting the past and continuing to educate new generations. The Berliner Unterwelten is undeniably fascinating in its uniqueness, and the exhibition looks at the Third Reich's plans for the architecture of their dream city in an engaging way. This permanent exhibition is well worth a visit and rotating special exhibitions mean there is always something new to come back to.

Opening up the city with the Berlin WelcomeCard

The Berlin WelcomeCard offers discounts on Hitler's plans for Berlin - Myth of Germania, as well as over 200 other attractions across the city. It is the city's official visitor's ticket and includes unlimited free travel on public transport such as trains, buses and trams during your stay. You can select the duration and tariff zone appropriate for your trip and then use the handy guide and map to help decide which of the fantastic sights you want to see during your holiday. As well as museums, landmarks and viewing platforms, you will get discounts of up to 50% in many great bars and restaurants.

Important: The exhibition is not appropriate for children under 7 years old. The displays and content are aimed at adults and can only be recommended for children 14 years or older.

 

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