The museum is a collection of artistic, scientific and technical objects from the past and present and a public exhibition space for such objects. In the Museum of Unheard Things, stories are assigned to objects and vice versa.
Simple things that have something to tell, that are often not listened to in the noisy world, that like to be overlooked, have the opportunity to be heard, to be listened to in this museum. It is a material-literary chamber of wonders from all walks of life.
Natural history research can be found as well as a letter from Sigmund Freud or the skin of a Japanese bonsai deer. The things that have become relics through their legends give visitors the opportunity to pause for a moment in their view of the world and enjoy the possibility that everything could be a little different after all.
In the corona-conditioned inaccessibility, the "Museum of Unheard Things" can only be seen from the street through the shop window.
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- Monday-Tuesday closed
- Wednesday-Friday 15:00 - 19:00
- Saturday-Sunday closed
In the corona-conditioned inaccessibility, the "Museum of Unheard Things" is only visible from the street through the shop window.
Crellestraße 5, 10827 Berlin
+49 (30) 781 49 32
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