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Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Kapitulationssaal. Foto: Thomas Bruns
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Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Außenansicht © Wikimedia Commons, Foto: Ktmd
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Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Blick in die Dauerausstellung. Foto: Thomas Bruns
Foto: Thomas Bruns
Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Blick in die Dauerausstellung. Foto: Thomas Bruns
Foto: Thomas Bruns
Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Blick in die Dauerausstellung. Foto: Thomas Bruns
Foto: Thomas Bruns
Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst, Blick in die Dauerausstellung. Foto: Thomas Bruns

The German-Russian Museum (Deutsch-Russisches Museum Berlin-Karlshorst) is located at the historic site of the surrender of the German Armed Forces on 8 May 1945 in Berlin-Karlshorst, a place where two former wartime enemies jointly recall some of their common history. It is up until now a unique bilateral institution sponsored by the Federal Republic of Germany and the Russian Federation. It is the only museum in Germany with a permanent exhibition recalling the war of annihilation against the Soviet Union. Along with the genocide of European Jewry and the murder of other populations, this war is part of the large complex of Nazi crimes to which millions fell victim through systematic extermination.
World War II came to an end in Europe with the act of unconditional surrender which took place in the museum's main building. From 1945 to 1949 the former officers’ mess of the German Armed Forces’ Pioneer School served as the seat of the Soviet Military Administration in Germany. After being used for various purposes by the Soviet military, a Soviet surrender museum opened in 1967 and existed until 1994.

Opening hours,

  • Monday closed
  • Tuesday-Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

The museum garden will be open again from 21 May 2021. The museum building will remain closed.

A one-hour time slot must be booked in advance for the visit: go to the appointment booking system here.

An appointment must be booked for each individual person, even if the persons come together and belong to the same household. If you cannot make the appointment, please cancel it using the link in the email appointment confirmation.

On the day of your visit, please present a certified current negative coronary test (information on test centres)
An FFP-2 mask must be worn throughout the museum premises

In the garden we are showing the exhibition "Spring in Stalingrad". We have taken over this exhibition from our partner museum, the Panorama Museum "Battle of Stalingrad" in Volgograd.

The permanent exhibition and the special exhibition "From Casablanca to Karlshorst" are still closed.

  • 1. January regular
  • 24. December closed
  • 25. December closed
  • 26. December regular
  • 31. December closed

Location,

Zwieseler Straße 4, 10318 Berlin

Telephone,

+49 (30) 50 15 08-10

Fax,

+49 (30) 50 15 08-40

Website,

www.museum-karlshorst.de

Email,

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Prices,

Free entrance

Exhibitions

Fotograf unbekannt, dpa Picture Alliance

Dimensions of a crime. Soviet prisoners of war in World War II

Open-air exhibition on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the attack on the Soviet Union

Events

Foto: Timofej Melnik, Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

May 8 podcast and virtual "Toast to Peace"

Remembering the end of the Second World War in Europe

Podcast, Videostream, Miscellaneous

Charles Toulouse

German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

JUNIBRIEFE

Ungelesene Feldpost

Theater, performance

Digital

Tickets

Free entrance

Booking Telephone

+49 (30) 50 15 08-41

Services

  • Museum Shop
  • Library

Accessibility

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Audioguides

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