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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

10am – 6pm, Tuesday/Thursday – Sunday | 12pm – 8pm, Wednesday

Admission

Adults: €6.00/Concessions: €4.00
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