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  • 22. November 2018
    #BERLIN 2033 – Ideas of tomorrow

    After 3 months of hard work, endless research, a lot of sweat, passion and above all ambition, the students of the ArtCenter College of Design have shown us how they imagine the future – Berlin2033.

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  • 10. November 2018
    GCB – Future Meeting Space

    During the Science Week Berlin 2018 the German Convention Bureau visited us. Together with the EVVC Europäischer Verband der Veranstaltungs-Centren e.V., dem Fraunhofer-Institut für Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation IAO and other research partners they presented the results of the second “Future Meeting Space”

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  • 30. October 2018
    BVLH – Parliamentary Evening 2018

    Last week we had the BVLH in our Immersive Showroom Berlin for their parliamentary evening 2018 and are very happy about a great event.

    Photos* of the event can be found here.

    *© BVLH/Andre Wagenzik

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Testimonials

An extraordinary location for extraordinary events. The professional support by the team on site and behind the scenes, the unique presentation as well as the technical equipment in connection with the excellent location of the Brandenburger Tor Museum made our event to something very special. Thank you very much.

J. Wirtgen (Vice President of the Berlin Football Associaction - BFV e.V.)

“When at the last minute our spokeswoman was not able to attend, our event was saved by setting up a spontaneous high-resolution video conference!”

C. Rager (Marketing / Nachhaltigkeit avesco Financial Services AG)

“Many thanks to the professional team for a successful event that connected past and present. With its modern screen technology, the Brandenburg Gate Museum offered us the optimal mix of innovative meeting environment and an opportunity for an authentic incentive.”

Dr. Georg Kolle-Görgen (Managing Director BASF Services Europe GmbH)

“The event was a complete success, which was not only due to the great event location and the extraordinary presentation possibilities on the panoramic screens, but above all to the excellent support provided by the organizers.”

S. Nadolny (Marketing & Communications COSMO CONSULT GmbH)

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Brandenburg Gate Museum

Pariser Platz 4a
10117 Berlin

Getting there by public transport:

Stop: Brandenburger Tor
Train: Line S1, S2, S25, S26
Subway: U55
Bus: 100, 200, TXL

Distance to the airport:

Berlin Tegel (SFX): 10 km
Berlin Schönefeld (SFX): 22 km