“A great tour for all”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile
Our guide Simon gave a very insightful and informative tour. I highly recommend this tour for everyone who wants to learn more about the 2nd world war and the conditions of the people in the bunker. A very interesting piece of history.
“Essential Berlin Tour”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile
This is an authentic WWII bunker beside Anhalter Bahnhof station. I booked online for the 90 minute ‚Dokumentation Fürherbunker‘ tour. It was amazing. It started off with a tour of the overall Anhalter bunker, it’s history and outlining the harrowing conditions ordinary people found themselves living in towards the end of the war. We then moved on to the führerbunker exhibition which included a detailed model of the bunker itself and a replica of the führers study together with a vast amount of material on the history of the bunker & day to day life there. This was a very professional & top class exhibition. Our guide, Enno was excellent and presented a very balanced and fair view throughout. Do not miss this tour/exhibition when you’re in Berlin.
Visited January 2017
“Worth a visit!”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile
Interesting experience and tour around a former civilian bunker. This is worth a visit for anyone interested in World War II history and in particular the last days of the war in Berlin. Our guide provided a detailed talk around the building. Worth a visit and it’s cheap.
Visited January 2017
Excellent – very different from other museums”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 15 October 2016
We had by this time been to a lot of museums , but this one was different. In a real WW2 bunker, it gave a real sense of the conditions that people had to endure. It also showed more graphically the evolution and traumas of Berlin.
Very interesting, shows how life in bombed Berlin was, as well as its amazing history in the final days of WWII
I decided to buy a ticket for the Bunker Tour because it was my last opportunity to visit an attraction before departing from Berlin. The ticket for tour lasts for 90 minutes. There is a tour guide to take you inside the bunker and explain about its history and show you some different rooms. There are a lot of interesting pictures and displays showing the history of Berlin.
I would have liked to have stayed slightly longer to read and look at the displays/pictures inside the bunker but the tour is only for 90 minutes. There is however a museum next door called the Berlin Story Museum which is worth visiting for more information on Berlin and its history. You get a reduced admission to the museum if you’ve already been on the bunker tour.
Visited November 2016