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Museum für Kommunikation Berlin

Event location

The Museum for Communication Berlin was opened in 1898 as the Imperial Postal Museum (Reichspostmuseum), making it the world’s oldest postal museum. The heart of the building is the light-flooded central atrium surrounded by a series of galleries. At night, light is emitted through the atrium roof so that the museum resembles a blue crystal – creating a fascinating landmark in Berlin’s cityscape. The museum’s historical ambience is an ideal setting for your event – whether a gala evening, concert, reception or conference.

Conference rooms

  • max. room dimension up to 380m²
  • 5 Event spaces total
  • max. room height up to 22m
  • Exhibition space from 10 to 1,760m²
  • suitable for up to 800 participants
Name 360° Room area Room height Welcome reception Banquet Classroom Arrange seating in rows
Lichthof n.a. 380m² 22m 800 350 250 400
Aktionsraum n.a. n.a. 105m² 4.5m n.a. n.a. 40 80
Das Kaffeehaus Dallmayr n.a. n.a. 200m² 4.5m n.a. 80 n.a. n.a.
Museumshof n.a. n.a. 260m² 0m 300 n.a. n.a. n.a.

Equipment in event spaces

  • Accessible
  • Air conditioned
  • Audio system
  • Full darkness
  • Natural light
  • WiFi in event spaces

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Museum für Kommunikation Berlin

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Museum für Kommunikation Berlin
Leipziger Straße 16,  D-10117 Berlin,  Mitte