Me Collectors Room
Created by private collector Thomas Olbricht, this modern space showcases not only his own art collection from the 16th century to...
KW Institute for Contemporary Art
In an old margarine factory, non-profit KW helped chart the fate of the Scheunenviertel as Berlin’s original post-Wall art district. It...
A 1920s former Jewish Girls' School reopened in 2012 as a cultural and culinary centre in a sensitively restored New Objectivity...
From roughly September to June, clued-in fans gather at 7pm on Sundays amid the faded elegance of the early 20th-century Spiegelsaal...
In a quiet cul-de-sac, this is a popular breakfast joint (served until 4pm), especially with families who appreciate the playground just...
Auguststrasse 24 · interesting places nearby
Clärchens Ballhaus information
Yesteryear is right now at this late, great 19th-century dance hall where groovers and grannies hoof it across the parquet without even a touch of irony. There are different sounds nightly – salsa to swing, tango to disco – and a live band on Saturday.
Pizza and German staples provide sustenance all day long (in summer in the pretty garden; pizza €5.50 to €11.50, mains €6.50 to €18). Dance lessons, dinners and classical Sunday afternoon concerts are held upstairs amid the stylishly faded grandeur of the Spiegelsaal (Mirror Hall).