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Do you need luggage lockers at Checkpoint Charlie? Once the legendary Berlin Wall crossing point between east and west, Checkpoint Charlie is now home to a fascinating museum on the cold war and the history of the Berlin wall. Secure luggage storage with Stasher is just around the corner - make your visit to the museum more enjoyable by storing your bags beforehand.
There are still a handful of luggage storage lockers in Berlin, but the train station managers are considering shutting them down. If you’re able to use them, the prices vary depending on the size of the locker you need. The nearest to checkpoint charlie are at Friedrichstrasse but these are often full and you need a ready pocketful of change to use them.
At equivalent and sometimes cheaper value, Stasher offers a range of local hotels and shops with secure storage space. Booking online takes less than 2 minutes. Search using the bar above and quickly browse and book from our selection of Berlin storage points. Many are open 24/7 and offer full insurance. Priced at €5 per bag, you won’t find cheaper storage anywhere in Berlin.
Checkpoint Charlie is located south of the river Spree, not far from the Brandenburg Gate and the park with the famous Tiergarten (zoo). The museum is a fascinating collection of Cold War memorabilia and Berlin wall history. Tickets go on sale from €12.50 for adults. Don’t get turned away because you have bags with you - stash them and enjoy the museum.
Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.
Checkpoint Charlie is just south of the geographic centre of Berlin. Easily accessible by U-Bahn, or on foot from the Brandenburg gate - the iconic monument at the eastern end of the central park. Friedrichstrasse is the nearest major station, but by U-Bahn you can easily connect to any of Berlin’s major stations or attractions.
Checkpoint Charlie was the famous crossing point of the Berlin Wall. Although the Wall was knocked down in 1989 to celebrate the end of the Cold War, Checkpoint Charlie was preserved to provide a historical monument to the war and the trials and tribulations that the residents of both East and West Berlin experienced during the second half of the twentieth century. The Wall used to divide east and west - separating Alexanderplatz in the east from Hauptbahnhof in the west.