Just five minutes from Alexanderplatz the world's first computer games museum presents six epic decades of gaming history, including the Nimrom - the world's first game computer - the Giant Joystick, Painstation, Arcade Hall, the legendary Pong machine, a Wall of Hardware and modern 3D games. With 300 exhibits, rare originals and working classics, you're welcome to try out many games yourself. The gift shop is a gamer's Alladin's Cave: loads of good stuff from emoji cushions to PacMan ice cube trays. There is a public guided tour of the museum on Saturday (German language) and Sunday (English language), at 12:30pm. Tickets for the tour cost €4 (€3 concession), while a family tour ticket costs a bargain €5 per family. There are also reductions on normal entrance tickets if you come after 6pm (it is open until 8pm).