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Berlin | Computer Games
€5 - €9
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The first ever museum for computer games in the world was opened in Berlin in 1997. Since January 2011 the museum has been presenting its new permanent exhibition in the trendy district of Friedrichshain. Our striking exhibition architecture transforms the heritage-protected premises, formerly home to the popular “Cafe Warschau”, into a pixelated landscape for gaming.

The exhibition “Computer Games. The evolution of a medium” comprises some 300 objects illustrating their cultural history. Thanks to many interactive exhibits and scenic reconstructions of typical environments such as a video arcade from the 1980s you can re-experience this historical development spanning across more than six decades, quite a long time. Pieces of multi-media art like the Giant Joystick (Flanagan, 2006), Balldroppings (Nimoy, 2001) will provoke surprisingly new perspectives onto living in a digital age. A small, but finely stocked museum shop complements our services with more than 170 different objects as well as clothing items and literature all relating to games culture.

10:00 - 20:00

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Contact details

  • Name: Computerspielemuseum
  • Address: Karl-Marx-Allee 93A - 10243 - Berlin - Allemagne
  • Phone: (49) 030 609 88 577




Exposition, Visite guidée, Anniversaire

Getting there

  • By bus : lignes n°347, N5 (Weberwiese)
  • By metro : ligne n°U5 (Weberwiese)
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