Occupying an abandoned movie theatre, the Allied Museum is
located on the former U.S. Army Europe's Berlin Brigade
headquarters, and houses exhibits and displays detailing the
history of the Allied forces in Germany in World War II and up
until 1994. The museum's collections include military memorabilia,
weapons, photos and other artefacts, including the original
Checkpoint Charlie shed. The museum also organises periodic events
and special exhibitions - check the website for specific dates.
Address: Clayallee 135 - Outpost Postal Code: 14195 Website: www.alliiertenmuseum.de Email: info@AlliiertenMuseum.de Telephone: +49 / (0)30 / 8 Transportation: S-Bahn: S 1 to Zehlendorf, then take Bus No. 115
(direction U-Güntzelstr.) or No. X83 to AlliiertenMuseum. U-Bahn: U
3 to Oskar-Helene-Heim. Bus: No. 115 or No. X83 to
AlliiertenMuseum. Opening Time: Daily 10am-6pm, closed Wednesdays Admission: Free
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