Amazing evening. We made it through five museums in five hours. We were totally exhausted the next day, but it was worth it. It was the long night of museums in Berlin. Starting at 6 pm till 2 am you had access to almost any museum in Berlin. And Berlin has a huge number of museums.
Last year we visited the beautiful Naturkundemuseum, the aquarium and the Film- and Fernseh-Museum (Movie & TV). This time we decided to do a little bit odd museums, like the Deutsches Currywurst Museum, the Trabi Museum and the Museum der Dinge (museum of things). I will show you more of the last amazing museum some other day, because it was so fun to walk along the cupboards stuffed with everyday things.
More than that we walked the halls of the Museum of Communication and the oppressive Panorama installation of a scenery at the Wall in Berlin, when it still was divided. It was just one large photo, but with the light, voices from this time from the off and palpable differences between East and West, it was very impressive. In a similar manner was the Museum of Communication impressive. It holds treasures like one of the blue Mauritius stamps, one of the most valuable stamps in the world and the very first telephone. We will visit the Museum of Communication another time again, because it was just a short visit. Too short to see all these amazing exhibits.
We love to stroll through museums. Everytime something unexpected pops up and changes our view of things. And most of the museums have now exhibits to get you involved. Like the Deutsches Currywurst Museum, where you can try to build currywurst orders yourself as fast as possible. Or at the Museum of Communication you can send a message with a letter shoot. So fun. Do you have a favorite museum?