nineties berlin takes you back to the legendary Berlin of the 1990s. Immerse yourself in the life right after the fall of the Berlin Wall and experience the myth of 'Berlin'.

relive the decade when subcultures and creatives enjoyed a playing field of endless possibilities.

The exhibition shows the decade after the fall of the Berlin Wall when Berliners and people from all over the world used newly free spaces, when a unique club culture developed, and when life in the once divided city changed rapidly. High-profile contemporary witnesses such as dj Westbam, the politician Gregor Gysi or the co-founder of the loveparade Danielle de Picciotto and key players of the alternative scene from east and west, exclusively report on their unique experiences in Berlin at that time.

Berlin: A vibrant party city, political hub and symbol of freedom – be a part of it and experience the legendary anarchistic freedom that has influenced Berlin to this day.

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270 Degree-Screen Projection
Listen to contemporary witnesses
Experience the Berlin Wall
Labyrinth of Lost Places
Shop the Nineties

ZDF Heute

"Adventure playground for grown-ups"

The Guardian

"The city's latest blockbuster exhibition."

New York Times

"looking back to the ’90s, when berlin was the height of cool"

News Invitation: press tour "Dr. Mottes Loveparade", July 1, 11 am

nineties berlin, the multimedia exhibition about the '90s in Berlin, opens the new special exhibition “Dr. Motte’s Loveparade“ on July 1, 2019. Journalists are cordially invited to the official press tour.

News Berlin Loveparade at nineties berlin

On July 1st, the Loveparade will move into our permanent exhibition. For the 30th anniversary of the mass phenomenon, the inventor of the Loveparade, Dr. Motte, gives personal insights into the extraordinary story.

News Visit us on the upcoming holiday

On the upcoming holiday on May 30, we invite visitors to a Tape Art workshop in the exhibition space.

News nineties berlin is looking for videos and photos of the Berlin Love Parade

On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the first Love Parade, Dr. Motte and nineties berlin are looking for videos and photos of the Berlin Love Parade between 1989 to 2003 for our next special exhibition.

News a new highlight in the room "feel the wall"

In the space of the exhibition, where visitors can find original wall elements, a large 270 degree aerial photo of Berlin was installed a couple of days ago.

News "Sneakers of the Nineties" – nineties berlin opens first temporary exhibition

In cooperation with the Berlin street style experts from OVERKILL, we will be presenting the "Sneakers of the Nineties" from January 18, 2019.

News Release: OVERKILL x adidas Consortium ZX 10.000 C "I CAN IF I WANT" at nineties berlin

More than 600 sneakerheads celebrated the release of the limited adidas ZX 10,000 at nineties berlin on February 9th. The latest ZX model is a tribute to its legendary predecessor of the 90s.

News Flake Lorenz (Rammstein) is a contemporary witness at nineties berlin

nineties berlin proudly announces the arrival of another prominent contemporary witness at the room „Berlin Heads“: Flake Lorenz

News official nineties berlin-Trailer

A trip to the 90s: Catch a glimpse of Berlin in the 90s in our brand new teaser. If you want to see more, just come visit us at nineties berlin from 10am to 8pm daily.

News The New York Times about nineties berlin

going global again: In its third month since the opening we are happy about all the media reporting about the exhibition. This time, the worldwide well-known newspaper The New York Times reports about nineties berlin.

News Impressions of the opening party

On August 2nd the opening party of nineties berlin took place. For those who were not there or those who want to see the highlights again we prepared a little video.

News nineties berlin goes international

We are happy and proud to have welcomed so many international journalists to nineties berlin over the past few weeks. Here is a first article in the British The Guardian, one of the most widely read English daily newspapers.

Guide bot

Guide Bot: information on your smartphone 

Your smartphone is part of our exhibition! The free guide bot provides you with background information, additional details and images to enhance your experience of Nineties Berlin. Look for this sign: Bot-Icon 2.png

  1. Go to our website in the exhibition. You can use our free wi-fi connection to save mobile data.
  2. Click the "Guide Bot" button on the start page
  3. watch out for the codes in the exhibition and enter them into the guide bot
  4. Find out more about everything that interests you!