Standing a bit lost and forlorn within the Kulturforum, the Stüler-designed Matthäuskirche (1846) is a beautiful neo-Romanesque...
The 1978 Neue Staatsbibliothek is across Potsdamer Strasse.
One of the world’s largest and finest collections of art on paper, this gallery shelters a bonanza of hand-illustrated books,...
Theater am Potsdamer Platz
Big-name musicals (in German) are showcased at this up-in-lights location designed by Renzo Piano. Beyond the glass front, there’s a...
The whole-wheat pastas, vitamin-packed salads and fragrant wok dishes at this upbeat self-service bistro are perfect for health- and...
Potsdamer Strasse 50 · interesting places nearby
Neue Nationalgalerie information
This fabulous collection of early-20th-century art will not be on view during renovations, being undertaken by David Chipperfield and expected to last until 2018 or 2019. The building itself is a late masterpiece by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. All glass and steel and squatting on a raised platform, it echoes a postmodern Buddhist temple.