The "Museum der Unerhörten Dinge" ("Museum of Unheard Of Things") is a collection of artistic, scientific and technical objects from the past and present. It's also a public exhibition site designed specifically for such objects. At the Museum der Unerhörten Dinge, stories are linked to objects and vice versa. Indeed, simple objects that have a story to tell are often "not heard" and even overlooked in the world of noise. This museum is a "chamber of wonders" taken from all areas of life: for example, natural-historical research findings are found here next to a letter from Sigmund Freud and the fur of a Japanese Bonsai deer. All of these objects – each one of which has become a relic by means of its respective legend – give visitors the opportunity to press the pause button on their overall world view. In other words, the museum gives everyone a chance to enjoy the fact that things could be different.
- Monday-Tuesday closed
- Wednesday-Friday 15:00 - 19:00
- Saturday-Sunday closed
The museum is reopened by appointment, by telephone for one or two persons from a common household. Registration by phone: 0175 - 410 91 20
Crellestraße 5, 10827 Berlin
+49 (30) 781 49 32
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