Founded in 1919, the Bauhaus was a seminal school of avant-garde architecture, design and art. This avant-garde building, designed by...
Gedenkstätte Deutscher Widerstand
This important exhibit on German Nazi resistance occupies the very rooms where high-ranking officers led by Claus Schenk Graf von...
In the 1920s, a quiet villa-studded colony south of the Tiergarten evolved into Berlin's embassy quarter. After WWII the obliterated...
This elegant, antique-filled bar in the 19th-century villa of silent-movie star Henny Porten holds a dazzling selection of rare and...
Cafe Einstein Stammhaus
In a gorgeous villa that was once the home of silent-movie star Henny Porten, this Vienna-style cafe is the living room of moneyed,...
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Schwules Museum information
In a former print shop, this nonprofit museum is one of the largest and most important cultural institutions documenting LGBTIQ culture around the world, albeit with a special focus on Berlin and Germany. Changing exhibits on gay icons, artists, gender issues and historical themes keep the space dynamic.
Ask about guided English-language tours. A new permanent exhibit is planned to come online in 2016.