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School Trip to Madame Tussauds Berlin

Why you should visit

Madame Tussauds Berlin is the perfect excursion for your school trip. We offer:

  • Fun and educational class trips
  • Interactive exhibition and realistic sets that brings your class through different time periods and history
  • Rub shoulders with idols from politics, history, music, movies and sports
  • Transform your theoretic knowledge to life
  • Offer discounted rates for schools and classes

More info:

  • Online exclusive: €15 per pupil
  • Minimum 10 pupils required
  • A visit can lasts for approx. 90 minutes
  • Free info hotline for teachers: +49 30 40 00 46 20, Mon - Fri from 9:00AM to 6:00PM


  • Make learning fun! Experience a class trip with your students with the ultimate fun and learning factor.
  • Bookable for 10+ students
  • One free teacher per 10 students
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What can you expect?

Experience over 100 wax figures at Madame Tussauds Berlin in elaborate, interactive areas - WOW moments for the whole class and a must-see idols in Berlin:

  • Politicians who shaped the history of the world
  • Current government powers and decision-makers
  • Academics from science and literature
  • Celebrities from film and television
  • Sporting role models
  • Artists and musicians

Be it at the beginning or end of a lesson series or as an interesting excursion during a class trip to the capital city of Berlin, Madame Tussauds Berlin should not be missed from your curriculum. In the wax museum, pupils find it easier to digest topics from politics to contemporary history, with a higher level of attention through interactive learning. It's an ideal place for all school trips!

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Between the Bundestag and Alexanderplatz

A perfect central starting point for your day trip.

From here you can reach historical sights such as:

  • New Guard (Neue Wache)
  • The Old Library
  • Brandenburg Gate
  • Reichstag Building
  • Holocaust Memorial
  • Checkpoint Charlie
  • Berlin Cathedral
  • as well as modern architecture (eg. TV Tower, World Time Clock, the House of Cultures, etc.) of Berlin's history.