Gedenkstätte Stille Helden
The 'Silent Heroes' Memorial Exhibit is dedicated to ordinary Germans who found the courage to hide and help their persecuted Jewish...
Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt
Otto Weidt was a broom and brush maker who employed mainly blind and deaf Jews during World War II. He risked his own life trying to...
Anne Frank Zentrum
This exhibit uses artefacts and photographs to tell the extraordinary story of a girl who needs no introduction. Who hasn’t read the...
This funky cafe decorated with movie-themed memorabilia has lured chatty boho types with coffee and beer since 1990, making it one of...
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Haus Schwarzenberg information
Haus Schwarzenberg is the last holdout in the heavily gentrified area around the Hackescher Markt. Run by a nonprofit organisation, it's an unpretentious space where art and creativity are allowed to flourish beyond the mainstream and commerce. Festooned with street art and bizarre metal sculptures, the courtyards lead to studios, offices, an underground 'amusement park', the edgy-arty Eschschloraque Rümschrümp bar, an art-house cinema – outdoors in summer – and a trio of exhibits dealing with Jewish persecution during the Third Reich.