The Albert Einstein Museum in the building of the Historical Museum of Bern was opened in 2005 as a temporary exhibition. However, the interest in the personality of Einstein is so great that they decided to create a permanent Museum of Einstein, which describes every stage of the life and work of this outstanding scientist.

You can enter the Einstein Museum via a staircase among mirrors installed on all the walls and ceiling. On projectors, you can see photos of Einstein of different ages, which are repeatedly projected in different dimensions of mirrors from all sides. This looks quite symbolic, if the fate is that in his theory of Relativity, Einstein just described that the universe consists of 3 spatial dimensions and 1 time dimension. All these dimensions form a four-dimensional continuum known as the "fabric of space-time".

The Museum details every stage of Albert Einstein`s life: his birth on March 14, 1879 in Ulm (Germany), his move to Munich, his studies at the University of Zurich, and his first marriage. Particularly detailed is the description of his scientific activity, which he began in 1901 when he became a Swiss citizen. From 1902 to 1909, he worked at the Bern Patent office. In 1905, Einstein published papers that marked the beginning of his greatest scientific discoveries on Relativity, which laid the Foundation for modern physics. In 1922, he was awarded the Nobel prize.

From 1922 to 1933, Einstein lived in Berlin. The Museum details the events that began in 1933 with the rise of the Nazis to power in Germany and their consequences for Einstein. He was forced to emigrate to the United States.

The stages of creating nuclear weapons in the United States, which became possible thanks to Einstein`s discoveries in physics, are described. Shows the destruction that this led to after the nuclear bombs were dropped on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The last years of Einstein`s life were devoted to the movement of scientists ` struggle for peace.