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Museum der Dinge

Oranienstrasse 25, 10999 Berlin, Germany
+49 30 92106311
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This is a great product design museum

This is an unusual museum tucked in a bit hard to find part of the Kruetzberg neighborhood in... read more

Reviewed 18 July 2017
rpauleliot
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Tacoma, Washington
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Strange, little, out-of-the-way museum

My boyfriend recommended this museum to me, which I kind of regret going to. It is very small, and... read more

Reviewed 9 September 2016
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18 Jul 2017
“This is a great product design museum”
9 Sep 2016
“Strange, little, out-of-the-way museum”
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Oranienstrasse 25, 10999 Berlin, Germany
Kreuzberg
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+49 30 92106311
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Reviewed 18 July 2017 via mobile

This is an unusual museum tucked in a bit hard to find part of the Kruetzberg neighborhood in central Berlin. It is about the Werkbund design philosophy which defined good taste in product and furniture design as well as defining the 4 types of design...More

Thank rpauleliot
Reviewed 9 September 2016

My boyfriend recommended this museum to me, which I kind of regret going to. It is very small, and chock-full of what looks like tschotschkes from my grandma's closet (minus Nazi paraphernalia). It's kind of cool to look at, but the explanations they have are...More

Thank BrooklynRed1
Reviewed 4 August 2016

Berlin has a lot to offer when it comes to musea. So we visited a lot of them, also Museum der Dinge. To be honest, it did made us laugh some times and we felt a bit nostalgic. But still, a lot of it is...More

Thank 22Jo89
Reviewed 28 March 2016

I loved the Museum der Dinge - both for the fascinating collections of everyday objects but also for the way they were displayed: sometimes a case of yellow items, sometimes a whole case of plastic kitchenware from the 60s, sometimes a collection of scale models...More

Thank Another-Londoner
Reviewed 25 March 2016

We stumbled across this museum by sheer coincidence and we were very well surprised. In the end, it is a design museum and it's - literally - just "stuff" being displayed. But that is done in a most entertaining and educational way. Really interesting and...More

Thank kr0elle
Reviewed 25 February 2016 via mobile

For the 6 Eur entrance I was a bit disappointed.. It took a bit about 5 minutes to walk through and not a lot of cool things even though there were a few cute things it was not worth the effort nor money..

Thank Uldall
Reviewed 24 February 2016

It is a well organized collection of houshold things from the 19th century and up to now. After 45 minutes I had seen enough. I guess its very cool if u are a collector of anything. But I'm not.

Thank Joarusjka
Reviewed 30 January 2016 via mobile

The museum was great and the content was very good. However it was a little on the pricey side at 6 euros per person for a small museum with an experience that is under an hour.

1  Thank JasMcb
Reviewed 25 November 2015

fascinating display cabinets filled with carefully curated objects of notable design, quite small, but admission is only 6 euro. On a street filled with cool bars/cafes and bookshops.

Thank Ladamas
Reviewed 22 August 2015

Museum if you're curious as I am on Industrial design and packaging. It features an amazing and great collection of all kind of every day obejcts and loads of information on good and bad design practices in Germany for the last 125 years. Good thing...More

Thank Daniel M
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Kreuzberg
Berlin's revolutionary heart and immigrant roots can
both be found in Kreuzberg, but this central
neighbourhood is beginning a new chapter. In the
1950s and '60s, Turkish guest workers settled around
Kottbusser Tor, while in the 1980s and '90s,
rambunctious squatters and artists gathered to live a
carefree life here. An old hospital even became a
hotspot of riots between squatters and police. Today
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