TranenpalastCurrently Open [Closes at 06:00 pm]
- Address: Reichstagufer 17, 10117, Germany, Berlin
- Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-3046777790
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Historical Site, Exhibition , Heritage Building
Tranenplast is commonly known as Palace of Tears. One of the simplest yet one of the most visited attractions- Palace of Tears is definitely one of the places that you should go to. It’s main connect amongst all its displays is that of the life of a divided Germany. Through a lot of preserved material, films and other documents- Palace of Tears has preserved the pain that was inflicted upon Germany as a whole during the division. Do check out all of this material to get an in depth understanding of this amazing building situated next to one of the busiest stations in Berlin. It was originally made in 1962. The highlight of this place definitely is its permanent exhibition- “Border Experience”.
Entrance Ticket Details For Tranenpalast
- Entrance is free.
How to Reach Tranenpalast
- S-Bahn to Berlin Friedrichstraße station.
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2.65% of people who visit Berlin include Tranenpalast in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
38.89% of people start their Tranenpalast visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Tranenpalast
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Tranenpalast
Tranenpalast Reviews & Ratings
Nice little museum to stop into to. The exhibition is informative and gives the participant an idea of what it was like back in the day. It’s free so that’s cool. There are free bathrooms clean and easily accesible. The location also offers plenty of places to grab a quick bite to eat and an interchange of subway stops.
Very interesting exhibition. Well worth the visit to see how crossing through the border controls was organised. Much more than just that though - interesting exhibits and videos about life and the east west divide and the politics of it all. You can spend a good couple of hours here.
Very informative free museum, right next to Friedrichstraße train station. Makes you understand how a border crossing looked like before the Wall fell. The museum is in the former border control building, so it has an interesting feel to it.
Very nice and interesting museum about the times of the German division. The exhibition is really interesting and shows how the border cross was in the station of Friedrichstraße back then. Not only the entry but an audio guide in several languages and usage of lockers are free.
Very informative, thorough and interesting museum! You can not only learn about "Wall history" from the exhibited documents and things, but also listen to the interviews and stories of real people who lived it