Welcome to the World of Communication!
With 2,000 objects from our collection, we tell the story of over 40,000 years of communication history on 3,000 square meters – from hand axes to smartphones.
Discover unique objects such as the legendary Blue Mauritius, the first telephone by Philipp Reis or the legendary Enigma cipher machine
Send a letter by pneumatic post, send a telegram to Hamburg or present the news in our TV studio. From smoke signals to pneumatic post to virtual messages: the Museum of Communication Berlin brings the topic of communication to life in a diverse and interactive way.
Learn the basics and techniques of communication
In the atrium you will be welcomed by our friendly robots ROBerta and ROBert.
At the communication gallery, you can exchange messages with smoke, light or sound, or playfully explore the basics of communication at interactive stations.
From hand axe to smartphone
Tracking down the milestones of human communication
The revolutions of human communication are the focus of our permanent exhibition.
Explore our themed rooms
The Museum of Communication Berlin is the world’s oldest postal museum. The extensive collection of the museum provides diverse insights into postal history, writing culture, communications technology, and radio and television, including postcard curiosities, a pneumatic tube system, and transatlantic cables from the 19th century.
Discover the Highlights of the Museum
Too valuable for display cases, too sensitive for daylight. In the Treasure Chamber’s hushed, low-light atmosphere, we present 17 of the most valuable, famous or unusual objects from our collection in special displays set in solid columns. The objects themselves are emblematic of progress, art and contemporary history and include, for instance such legends as the Blue Mauritius – the most famous stamp in the world – or the very first telephone invented by Philip Reis or the “cosmos stamp” traveled into space with the cosmonauts.