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Safe-Crackers, Gangsters and Widows’ Balls

A Murder-Mystery Tour of the Roaring Twenties

Until 31 January 2016

The twenties were Berlin's golden years, but also its most dangerous. Petty thieves, burglars and gangsters were a defining element of life in this city in the twenties – and there were also crimes and criminals that made history.

This tour takes the form of a murder-mystery story to give a fun, entertaining look at the exhibition Dancing on the Volcano and the historical city centre.

Tour: Karen Pastofski | Duration: 2 hours | Group size: 20 people maximum

This guided tour is available in ENGLISH, FRENCH, ITALIAN and SPANISH: €90.00 (up to ten people, each additional person €9.00) plus reduced admission price per person. Booking and additional information: +49 30 24002 162 or info@stadtmuseum.de.

Ephraim-Palais

Opening times

closed until 25 July due to change of exhibition

Admission

Free admission under 18
Free admission the first Wednesday of each month

Disability and access

Details at Mobidat (in German).

Address

Poststraße 16
10178
Berlin