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“Nie museum to learn about modern European/German life”
26 Aug 2016
“Much better than most”
The Museum Europäischer Kulturen is dedicated to collecting, researching, preserving, presenting, and raising awareness of artefacts of European everyday culture and human lived realities from the 18th century until today. As such, we transcend...more
This museum is in a big museum complex that also includes Museum of Asian Art and Ethnologic Museum. It is in the southwestern suburb of Dahlem and not centrally located. However, I do think it is worth the trek since you can see 3 relatively...More
We went when it opened on a Friday morning, and very few visitors were there.
A number of galleries we closed for renewal, but we wanted to see the Japanese galleries and were impressed. Art of all eras was presented including very recent large painting...More
Amazing pieces of art, culture and history. I found the exhibits well lighted and spread out. A headset is included with admission but I only found 2 reference points to listen to the British speaker describe appropriate info at each location. The European cultural exhibits...More
The museum is in Dahlem so a trek from Central Berlin, however it's well worth the visit.
The building houses several museums, the European cultures part I found rather unusual as I'd never seen anything like it before. There is a gondola, a Sicilian cart...More
The pompously called Museum of European Cultures is in fact a three rooms permanent exhibition that shows a handful of traditional dresses and masks, a Venitian Gondola and a collection of cribs. Definitely a fraud. The other sections of the museum, however, and especially the...More