In the following list, we have collected all the unique museums in Berlin. Some of these are very weird, some are very funny or even scary. Find out about unusual and unique museums in Berlin!
Deutsches Currywurst Museum in Berlin
You might have noticed that German people really like meat. How much you might ask? Enough to have the first museum in our list be a museum about the Currywurst! In this unique museum, you find everything that has to do with the German currywurst. It is located in Mitte, central Berlin, close to checkpoint Charlie and perfect to shake things up when you have submerged youself in the heavier history of Berlin. In this interactive museum, you can experience rooms that will let you enjoy the smell, sight and even sound of the Currywurst. Everything in the museum fits the theme. The furniture, walls, and even the music! The Deutsches Currywurst Museum is truly unique!
Where? Schützenstraße 70, 10117 Berlin
Museum der Unerhörten Dinge: truly unique
Second, we have the museum of unheard things. This museum holds a collection of unique objects whose stories are unheard. Here you can read and see the stories behind peculiar objects. You will see objects of science, art and tech, and all of these have ‘untold stories’ in common. Maybe you will be fascinated by a letter of Sigmund Freud, or maybe it is the fur of a Japanese Bonzai deer that is more appealing? Find out in `Museum der Unerhörten Dinge`.
Where? Crellestraße 5, 10827 Berlin
Buchstabenmuseum in Berlin
Our next unusual and unique museum in Berlin is one of the letters. Yes, that’s right, letters. Big one’s, colourful ones, and some with a special story behind it. Here you can see the original “E” from the filming of Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds”, and also the Custom-made logo for the market hall at Alexanderplatz. The collection has more than 1000 letters, logos and signs, and is one of its kind in the world. After seing all the sizes and colours of letters in the collection, you will walk around with a smile on your face for the rest of the day! Find out more on their website.
Where? Stadtbahnbogen 424, 10557 Berlin
Unique in Berlin: Monster kabinett
The Monster kabinett museum, is the most unsettling museum on this list and maybe in Berlin. This museum is created by the Dead Pigeon Collective. Some might say it is art, however others might say this is a museum out of your nightmares. Malformed robots, metal sculptures and even actors dwell in the halls and rooms of the Monster kabinett. Information is very limited online, because the owner wants to keep a very mysterious atmosphere around the museum. Curious? Find out what the hype of this unique museum in Berlin is all about and visit!
Where? Rosenthaler Straße 39, 10178 Berlin
Design Panoptikum is also known as the museum of bizarre objects. What can you find here? Well, odd objects. You will constantly be looking around strangely and not knowing what you are looking at. Needed for this museum in Berlin, is your imagination and an open mind! You will need both, especially since the owner does not place explanatory signs next to the objects. A cat submarine, an iron lung and much more is displayed in a former Chinese and GDR restaurant, which gives off an abnormal vibe. Truly an unusual museum in Berlin.
Where? Poststraße 7, 10178 Berlin
Museum of Silence
The last eccentric museum on this list is the most peaceful one. When the busy city of Berlin is getting too much and you want to de-stress, this is the perfect place to go. Serenity, calm and reflection are only a few words that come to mind when thinking of museum Der Stille. Therefore, a calm and peaceful place is what the Russian painter Nikolai Makarov wanted to create. You can find different architectural models, soothing lights and colors, and of course: silence.
Where? Linienstraße 154a, 10115 Berlin
In conclusion, there are some extraordinary museums in Berlin that are worth checking out! In case you want to have the full experience, make sure to know some German. Luckily, we at DAS-Akademie offer fun, interactive classes of German! Read about our language courses on our website or get in touch if you are interested.