Welcome To The Alice Museum In The FEZ - Berlin's Children's Museum

You won't find any 'don't touch' signs here. That's because being hands on is actively encouraged - that's how children learn best. Actively asking questions about the things they experience in the museum and about unusual things hidden in daily life is a good thing. In the Alice Museum, we hope children will be able to discover the answers to many of their questions by actively participating. Let's go - we look forward to seeing you!

Please continue to look after your health and the health of those around you. We recommend you wear a medical or FFP2 mask when indoors.

Susi & Us - To Look Or To Look Away

An exhibition based on the book "Susi, die Enkelin von Haus Nummer 4" by Birgitta Behr.

Engagement and civil coverage require a lot of bravery. This exhibition deals with the question of whether to turn a blind eye or to intervene - both today and in the past. It is based on the true story of the Jewish girl, Susi Collm, who between 1942 and 1945 was forced into hiding from the Nazis. A variety of unusual approaches using film, sound, light and architecture confront you with the exclusion and anti-Semitism faced by many during the Nazi period along with the civil courage shown by many at the time.

Opening Hours & Tickets

Sat 7th May 2022 to Wed 12th July 2023

Recommended for ages 10 and up

Museum Ticket: €6.50 per person 
Families of 2+: €5.00 per person

Sat/Sun/Public Holidays for families and groups
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm | 3:30 pm - 5:30
Online Tickets

Tues - Thurs for pupils and school groups
9:30 am -11:30 am | 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Online Tickets

Opening hours may differ during the summer and autumn holidays!

Exhibition Rental

Since 2002, the Alice Museum For Children has regularly been renting out its unique hands-on exhibitions to other museums and cultural venues. We can adapt each exhibition to suit the individual needs of the location. We#d be happy to hear from you and make you an offer. Just ask us.

Education - Our Philosophy

Countless years of experience in providing consistent and conceptual education for schools and families has ensured the Alice Museum has gained an excellent reputation across the European museum landscape.