PHOTO: © Museum für Kommunikation Berlin / Yves Sucksdorff

Rohrpost-Führung im Maschinenraum

In the organizer's words:

Off goes the pneumatic tube!

As the fastest means of transporting information, the pneumatic tube played a central role in inner-city communication in Berlin for 100 years. In the Museum of Communication, the pneumatic tube cellar of the former post office W 66 is exactly as it was when it was abandoned in 1973.

Discover the last remaining machine room of the Berlin city pneumatic tube system and take a guided tour with curator and pneumatic tube expert Wenke Wilhelm.

We offer public tours every third Tuesday of the month at 5 pm. For safety reasons, tours are limited to 20 people. Registration required.

Costs: Museum admission (under 18s free admission). Participation in the guided tour is free of charge.

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Price information:

Museum admission (8 euros, reduced 4 euros, free admission for under 18s). Participation in the guided tour is free of charge.


Museum für Kommunikation Berlin Leipziger Straße 16 10117 Berlin