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Schwules Museum* (Gay Museum)

LGBTIQ life in all its facets at the Gay Museum* in Berlin

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33 % savings with the Berlin WelcomeCard
All inclusive

Berlin WelcomeCard All inclusive

off standard admission price (€ 7.50), 25% off reduced admission price (€ 4)

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Opened in 1985, Berlin's Gay Museum* moved to a former printing house in the Tiergarten district in 2013, and now enjoys a sprawling exhibition space. By means of thought-provoking events, talks and exhibitions, the museum chronicles gay culture, both within and outside Germany. Known locally as the Schwules Museum, the Gay Museum makes for a fun and unique visit, with signage in English and German.

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Berlin has confidently been growing into its role as one of Europe's top city break destinations. The city's eventful past can be witnessed at locations including the Berlin Wall and the Jewish Museum, while a river cruise is the perfect way to take in impressive sights such as Berlin Cathedral, Museum Island and the Reichstag. Foodies are spoiled for choice with the global cuisine available, as well the local favourites of bratwurst sausage and kebabs. As night descends, Berlin's underground scene comes alive with its moodily-lit bars, colourful parties and international DJs. Or how about some 1920s style cabaret and dinner? Undoubtedly, Berlin prides itself on its diversity and inclusive outlook - encounter this first hand at the Gay Museum*.

Berlin's LGBTIQ community

The Gay Museum* chronicles the discrimination and struggles faced by the community in Germany and elsewhere over the centuries. Look out for areas dedicated to Wagner and Rock Hudson. The latter was an American heartthrob of the 50s and 60s who played a crucial role in the public perception of AIDS in the 1980s. Other highlights include a special exhibition on dandyism, which features an impressive collection of ties. The Gay Museum* has played a pivotal role in archiving, researching and showcasing the time-line of LGBTIQ communities in Germany and beyond. That's not to mention its important contributions to research, and its knowledgeable, mostly volunteer, staff.

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Make the most of your trip with the Berlin WelcomeCard. Simply purchase the card online and print it, or have it sent to you. Free use of public transport ensures savings of time and money, as you travel on the S-Bahn, U-Bahn, tram and bus networks at your leisure. You'll also get over 200 discount offers with savings of up to 50% on attractions such as Museum Island and Charlottenburg Palace. Tie-ups with restaurants, entertainment venues and tour operators ensure that your trip is a truly memorable one.

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