Museum Blindenwerkstatt Otto Weidt
Otto Weidt was a broom and brush maker who risked his life protecting his blind and deaf Jewish workers from the Nazis. The exhibit is...
If you want to meet 'Püppi' the techno-loving go-go dancer or 'Orangina' the twirling six-legged doll, you need to descend a steep...
Gedenkstätte Stille Helden
The 'Silent Heroes' Memorial Exhibit is dedicated to ordinary Germans who found the courage to hide and help their persecuted Jewish...
A marriage of art-nouveau charms and high-tech theatre trappings, this intimate 1920s-style cabaret in an old ballroom presents classy...
Hackesche Höfe information
Lonely Planet review
Thanks to its congenial mix of cafes, galleries, boutiques and entertainment venues, this attractively restored complex of eight interlinked courtyards is hugely popular with the tourist brigade. Court I , festooned with patterned art nouveau tiles, is the prettiest. Court VII leads off to the romantic Rosenhöfe , a single courtyard with a sunken rose garden and tendril-like balustrades.