Museums of Things Unheard of

A train of thought, a flash of inspiration or the hide of a bonsai stag - the Museum of Things Unheard of makes the real world meet the universe of fantasy.
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Foto: Top10 Berlin

© Foto: Top10 Berlin

Foto: Top10 Berlin

© Foto: Top10 Berlin

Foto: Top10 Berlin

© Foto: Top10 Berlin

This starts right away with the museum location, as a kind of a “not-place” it is situated right between the house number 5 and 6. Artist Roland Albrecht turns in these rooms the most curious findings into his thing and knows how to tell an entertaining story about them mixed with actual facts.

The visitors learn for example how the penguins invented Qi Gong, why Walter Benjamin had to change the typewriter halfway through writing his famous essay “The Work Of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction” and how the edelweiss gained its world fame. Always bear in mind: all facts are right, just maybe in the way they are told.

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Editors Rating

Fun Factor
3.80

Unique Exhibits
4.00

Learning Experience
4.30

Peculiarity Points
4.00

Total
4.03

Address

Crellestr., 5-6, 10827, Berlin, Germany

Quarter

Tempelhof-Schöneberg

Info

Business Hours

Monday to Friday

03:00 pm - 07:00 pm

Important information

Ticket Prices

Free

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