Ramones Museum Berlin

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The Ramones Museum Berlin is the only museum of its kinds in the world devoted entirely to the 22-year history of the New York punk band known as "The Ramones". Founded in 2005, the museum moved from Kreuzberg to Krausnickstrasse in the district of Mitte in October 2008. The museum's founder is music journalist Flo Hayler, who saw the Ramones for the first time live in 1990, spent time with the band members and soon began to collect anything and everything to do with the Ramones.  
The exhibition is structured partly chronologically and partly based on specific themes. All of the items on display are presented in English, and many of the 300 objects originate from individual band members themselves. For example, a signed pair of jeans once worn by guitarist Johnny Ramone (1948–2004) are on display as well as many hand-signed concert posters, records, set lists, rare T-shirts, a microphone stand and promo items from over three decades of music history. The Ramones Museum is a must for diehard fans of the band, which was founded in 1974 and is often referred to as the "first punk band in music history".
The museum also houses a small fan shop and a café.

Ramones Museum Berlin
Oberbaumstraße 5
10997 Berlin

Telephone
+49 (30) 75 52 88 89
Website
www.ramonesmuseum.com
Email
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Monday -Sunday
10:00 - 22:00
Admission price
3,50 €

Eintritt und Freigetränk: 5,00 €

Museum Shop, Cafe

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