This gallery in a converted glass warehouse is a superb spot for taking stock of what Berlin’s art scene has been up to since 1870....
König Galerie @ St Agnes Kirche
If art is your religion, a pilgrimage to this church-turned-gallery is a must. Tucked into a nondescript part of Kreuzberg, this...
The Cold War years, especially the history and horror of the Berlin Wall, are engagingly, if haphazardly, documented in this privately...
Hebbel am Ufer
Germany’s most avant-garde and trailblazing theatres comes with a mission to explore the changes in the social and political fabric of...
At the Jewish Museum, Café Schmus offers modern takes on traditional Jewish cuisine. Dishes are not kosher but don’t feature pork or...
Lindenstrasse 9-14 · interesting places nearby
Jüdisches Museum information
In a landmark building by American-Polish architect Daniel Libeskind, Berlin’s Jewish Museum offers a chronicle of the trials and triumphs in 2000 years of Jewish life in Germany. The exhibit smoothly navigates all major periods, from the Middle Ages via the Enlightenment to the community’s post-1990 renaissance. Find out about Jewish cultural contributions, holiday traditions, the difficult road to emancipation and outstanding individuals (eg Moses Mendelssohn, Levi Strauss) and the fates of ordinary people.
Berlinische Galerie ticket holders qualify for reduced admission on the same day and the following two days, and vice versa.