The Museum for Communication Berlin unites the past, present and future under one roof. Its permanent exhibition offers vivid insights into the origins, development and future of the information society. A series of attractive temporary exhibitions showcases the many different aspects of communication.
The Museum for Communication Berlin sees itself as providing a venue for encounters, exchanges and entertainment – in brief, for communication. It focuses on the changing approaches to signs, codes and media, and the effects these have on public and private life. In addition, the museum presents a classic and comprehensive collection of historic and historical objects. The museum’s Treasure Chamber displays a collection of valuable rarities, including the famous Blue and Red Mauritius. This website also contains details on the museum’s history and architecture.