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Unhindered: Why are things from all over the world in Berlin? Tandem tour in simple language

  • Highlights
Curiosity is encouraged: in the collection of the Ethnological Museum there are very large, but also tiny figures from different regions of Africa.

Musical instruments in the brightest colours and unusual materials, masks and costumes from Oceania can be viewed.

It is also discussed why the objects can be found in the museum today and how they came here to Berlin.

During the tour, stories are told and, music is heard.

Some huge structures like a boat from Fiji and a house from Oceania can even be entered!

Further information:
- The regular price per ticket is 8,00 €. Reduced tickets cost 4,00 €.
- Eligible for a reduced ticket are: Pupils, students, volunteers, trainees up to the age of 30, severely disabled persons (at least GdB 50), recipients of ALG I benefits, persons receiving transfer payments (ALG II, social welfare, basic security, berlinpass holders or benefits under the Asylum Seekers' Benefits Act), Ehrenamts Card holders. - Accompanying persons of severely handicapped persons (with note B) receive the free card.
- Ethnological Museum, 2nd floor
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Language: German


  • 26 Apr

    16:00 o'clock

Humboldt Forum - Ethnologisches Museum, Schlossplatz, 10178 Berlin

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