Two adjoining houses make up the Art Collection Böttcherstrasse. One of these is the Roselius-Haus Museum , which is inside a historic...
A combined museum with its neighbour, the Paula Modersohn-Becker Museum , this 16th-century house contains a private collection of art...
Paula Modersohn-Becker Haus Museum
Twinned with the Roselius-Haus Museum, this building is the work of Bernhard Hoetger, the creative mind behind much of Böttcherstrasse....
An offshoot of Berlin’s best-known restaurant for homesick Rhineland public servants, this large, bustling place thrives on its...
The charming medieval coopers' lane was transformed into a prime example of mostly expressionist architecture in the 1920s at the instigation of coffee merchant Ludwig Roselius. Its red-brick houses sport unique facades, whimsical fountains, statues and a carillon; many house artesanal shops and art museums. Its most striking feature is Bernhard Hoetger's golden Lichtbringer (Bringer of Light) relief that keeps an eye on the north entrance.