THE STORY OF BERLIN - Der Atomschutzbunker
Kurfürstendamm 207-208 - 10719 Berlin
Built in the 70s during the Cold War, the nuclear bomb shelter was hardly known to those in West-Berlin. It was supposed to serve as protection in case of an emergency. Since 1999 the Bunker has been open to the public and is visited by hundreds of people daily. The complete area contains 2,000 m² of space of which 550 m² can be used for seating and catering. A dinner can be served for 300-400 people, but usually there are 150-200 people. During the event the Bunker looks like a bunker; when the catering area is attractively illuminated, the contrast is shocking.
Make sure your guests visit the museum first. From the last theme room, Divided City, one can go directly into the Bunker. A museum tour before dinner conveys the idea behind THE STORY OF BERLIN and completes the event experience. The nuclear bomb shelter can only be booked in the evening. The caterer can begin setting things up in a separate area during the day. This preparation time is not charged.
For catering and equipment inquiries please contact a caterer of your preference. Unfortunately, meetings, weddings and public events cannot be held in the Bunker.