Berlin: Little BIG City Admission Ticket
- Valid: 1 day
At Little BIG City, the unique history of Berlin becomes an exciting experience for everyone. Captivating special effects bring 750 years of Berlin’s history to life and uncovers the big events that shaped both the city and world history. Learn lots of little people’s stories too. Brace yourself for some extraordinary experiences set in some pretty extraordinary times. With attention to detail, great moments and little stories of the last 750 years are brought to life in a very special way. Many historical buildings, holograms, countless projections, and over 6,000 residents show history brought to life. 30 projectors, 15 holograms, 50 buttons, pedal, and games let you experience Berlin’s history in an interactive and entertaining way.
go early in the morning to avoid too much peopel. i liked it a lot although i didn't know many of the events that were presented
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With much love, the historical process around the city of Berlin and the respective periods are shown. On a scale of 1: 22.5 you can also see everything optimally and therefore not too small. Lovingly described details and highlights in the respective historical epoch. A route on the ground, which shows the way of the respective epoch, would be optimal. This should only be a small suggestion, not a criticism.
Definitely a great experience. I thought it would be something for kids, but it was great to see as an adult as well. My friends and I definitely enjoyed it. All the exhibits had english translations. They were interactive and very informative. We learned a lot of history exact facts about history of Hitler, the berlin wall, etc. This is a must when visiting berlin.
Such a creative and adorable place. Very well built and organised, full of vibes. If you enjoy details like I do, give it at least 90m. I would have stayed more than that if I had time (I spent only 1h).
A lot of things worth knowing about the history of Berlin, I learned a lot as a Berliner. Many small details that inspire and the visitor is involved through interactive actions.
My husband and I were pleasantly surprised at how diverse the exhibition was. Unfortunately, many parents were there with prams, which was a bit annoying.