Georg Kolbe Museum
Do your laps in the newly renovated 50m pool built for the 1936 Olympic athletes.
Hertha BSC Tour
This tour (in German) begins at 2pm in the Besucherzentrum (visitors centre) at the Olympic Stadium, where Berlin’s premier league...
Built for the 1936 Olympic Games, Berlin’s coliseum-style Olympiastadion was completely revamped for the 2006 FIFA World Cup and now...
Many Berliners live and die by the fortunes of the local soccer team, Hertha BSC, which has seen its shares of ups and downs in recent...
This cafe in a historic building by the entrance to Schloss Charlottenburg park is a pleasant refuelling stop while palace hopping, but...
Sensburger Allee 25 · interesting places nearby
Georg Kolbe Museum information
Georg Kolbe (1877–1947) was an influential sculptor in the first half of the 20th century. A member of the Berlin Secession, Kolbe distanced himself from traditional sculpture and became a chief exponent of the idealised nude, which later found favour with the Nazis. The newly renovated museum, in his former home and studio, mounts several exhibits per year with a focus on sculpture by Kolbe or his contemporaries, often juxtaposed with the works by contemporary artists.
The sculpture garden is an oasis of tranquillity and the cafe one of the nicest in a Berlin museum. The museum is located in far western Charlottenburg, about 2km southeast of the Olympiastadion.