Museums in KreuzbergEdit This
Kreuzberg is an historical city in Germany and the city speaks about its history through the several museums located in and around the city. The museums are the eyewitnesses of the changes that the city has undergone with the passage of time. Here is a guide that will help the visitors to get acquainted with the museums of the city.
German Museum of Technology
The museum is located outside the city and displays the scientific instruments, pictorial view of technological advancements and latest technology instruments. Railways locomotives, airplanes, ships, war weapons and various manufacturing processes are the major highlight of this museum. The museum also displays the famous technological practices of old times. The museum remains closed on Mondays, the timings on Tuesday to Friday are 9.00 am - 5.30 pm, and on Saturdays and Sundays, it opens at 10:00 AM while the closing time remains the same.
Jewish Museum is another famous visiting place for the tourists and this museum has gained a lot of fame in a very short span of time. The museum was opened for public in the year 2001 and it displays the history of Jews in the country. It consists of a Holocaust tower built as a memoir for the war heroes and martyrs of the Second World War who were killed by the brutal Nazi government. It displays items from the early 18th and 20th century and is famous for its interior designing. The opening hours of the museum are Monday from 10 AM to 10 PM and Tuesday-Sunday from 10 AM to 8 PM. The regular entry charges are 5 Euros and special discounts are offered to students, senior citizens and groups.