Gaslaternen Freilichtmuseum and its collection

Gaslaternen Freilichtmuseum

The Gaslaternen Freilichtmuseum (The Gas Lantern Open Air Museum Berlin) in Berlin is a permanent exhibition of historic gas lanterns in the immediate vicinity of the Berlin S-Bahn station Tiergarten on the edge of the Great Tiergarten. Some gas lamps were dismantled and stored in the Museum of Technology Berlin. The collection initially contained 31 lights from Berlin, Baden-Baden, Dusseldorf and Munich. Now it consists of over 90 pieces from 25 German and 11 other European cities, including Dublin, London, Bruges, Zurich, Brussels, Copenhagen, Amsterdam and Budapest.

Gaslaternen Freilichtmuseum
Straße des 17. Juni
10557 Berlin

Visitor information Gaslaternen Freilichtmuseum

Opening hours

Based on appointment. Open 24h a day.




Wheelchair accessible

Location & Map

Straße des 17. Juni, Berlin

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