Museum der Dinge
With its extensive assemblage of everyday items, this museum ostensibly traces German design history from the early 20th century to...
FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum
The ups and downs of one of Berlin’s most colourful districts are chronicled in this converted red-brick factory. The permanent exhibit...
This legendary club began as an artist squat in the early 1970s and soon evolved into Berlin’s seminal punk venue, known for wild...
Mehmed Aygün, the founder of this local family emporium, claims to have invented the Berlin-style doner kebab (served in a pita pocket)...
Oranienstrasse 187 · interesting places nearby
A palace of camp and kitsch with pink furry walls that Barbie would love, Roses is a glittery fixture on the lesbigay Kreuzberg booze circuit. Drinks are cheap and the bartenders pour with a generous elbow, making this a packed – and polysexual – pit stop during hard-party nights. Not for the faint-hearted!