Computer and Retrogames Museum in Berlin

In Berlin, you can find the first European museum for video and computer games, which everybody is keen to visit: large and small, the young and old, Berlin citizens and tourists alike!

 

Virtual tour for real fun. This is the Berlin Computer and Games Museum

The legendary Pong-Machine, Nimrod, PainStation, and the Giant Joystick are all at the Museum for you to play with. Historical treasures like “PolyPlay” as well as games for dancing and movement are all part of our exhibition containing more than 300 objects altogether.

Computerspielemuseum (Computer Games Museum)
Computerspielemuseum (Computer Games Museum)

Rare originals, classics still in working order and unique pieces of art – all take their place among the exhibits. With you on board, an entertaining journey through the 21st century can begin. Continue reading about the Museum here…

 

Computerspielemuseum (Computer Games Museum)
Computerspielemuseum (Computer Games Museum)

Top rated attraction on TripAdvisor because it’s cheap and fun, it’s for all kind of people and it’s in one of the new growing centers of Berlin, not just behind a corner near Alexanderplatz, but it’s based in Friedrichshain, on Karl-Marx-Allee and boasts over 300 exhibits.

 

Computerspielemuseum (Computer Games Museum)
Computerspielemuseum (Computer Games Museum)

The first ever museum for computer games in the world was opened in Berlin in 1997 and has been presenting its new permanent exhibition in the trendy district of Friedrichshain. For any gamers, those who played a funky Donkey Kong or an Nec PC-Engine as kotaku, or anyone with deep interest in the history of gaming, people with retrocomputer obsession, the Computerspielemuseum in Berlin is really for you.

 

Showcasing more than 60 years of gaming history, the Computerspielemuseum in Berlin is a sort of ‘paradise’ for passionate gamers and computer’s fanatics. It collects, conserves and performs research into the history and current status of digital interactive entertainment media. From the mitical Commoodore 64 home computer to the first laser disc games like Space Ace and Dragon’s Lair, this is the place where remember the golden age of gaming.

 

Useful links:

Computerspielemuseum BerlinOfficial Website ——————- http://www.computerspielemuseum.de

Computerspielemuseum BerlinWikipedia —————————- https://goo.gl/XZwkoV

Computerspielemuseum BerlinWelcome Card ——————— https://goo.gl/tZsvd6