The Allied Museum is located in Berlin-Zehlendorf. It is intended to document what the role of the Western Allies was in the Federal Republic and in West Berlin. The focus here is on a period from 1945 to 1994. The opening of the museum goes into the year 1998. At that time the ceremonial opening took place with former Chancellor Helmut Kohl. The collection of various exhibits and display panels is housed in the former US soldiers' cinema Outpost and the former Nicholson library. Visitors can view the permanent exhibition free of charge, which covers the period from the end of World War II to the 1948/1949 airlift. Maps, uniforms, photos and much more illustrate what happened back then. The former soldiers' cinema is now a venue for film screenings, lectures and readings.