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Topography of Terror

Topography of Terror

A hugely informative exhibition on the crimes of National Socialism is displayed across what once was the site of Hitler's SS and the Gestapo's Headquarters. Named the ‘Topography of Terror' it depicts the terrifying events and way of... Read More

Schwarzlicht Minigolf

Schwarzlicht Minigolf

It's a bizarre concept, but people love it: glow-in-the-dark mini-golf in a psychedelic environment. Play all 18 holes in indoor spaces inspired by cyberpunk, sci-fi book covers, lunar and underwater scenes. You'll need to walk through... Read More

Pergamonmuseum

Pergamonmuseum

This vast three-winged building is home to three museums: the Collection of Classical Antiquities, the Museum of the Ancient Near East and the Museum of Islamic Art. The sheer size and number of exhibits means that for true lovers of... Read More

Me Collectors Room

Me Collectors Room

Housed in a posh designer space in the gallery district, the Me Collectors Room shows mostly modern works from the vast private art collection belonging to the heir of a large German cosmetics company. In the same building, the... Read More

Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art

Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art

Founded in the early 1990s as an avant-garde art space, Kunst-Werke is often credited with having sparked the contemporary art boom in Mitte. Here you'll always find exhibitions showcasing work at the cutting edge of the international... Read More

Jewish Museum

Jewish Museum

Since 2001 star architect Daniel Libeskind's visually striking lightning bolt-shaped museum has taken visitors on an interactive tour of Jewish life in Germany, from the Middle Ages up until the present day. Letters and personal... Read More

Hebbel am Ufer (HAU)

Hebbel am Ufer (HAU)

Three theatres in Kreuzberg that are collectively known as HAU host the city's most innovative performances Read More

German Film Museum

German Film Museum

Tucked away in the Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz is the German Film Museum, home to an informative and entertaining exhibition on the history of German cinema Read More

Freiluftkino Kreuzberg

Freiluftkino Kreuzberg

If you're after a movie classic, a recent-release, a Japanese film or a cult-themed flick, Freiluftkino's expansive programme will have something for you. As one of Berlin's oldest open-air cinemas it has a long-standing reputation... Read More

Deutsche Oper

Deutsche Oper

Of the city's three operas, the Deutsche Oper Read More

DDR Museum

DDR Museum

Renowned for being one of the most interactive museums in the world, the completely privately funded DDR Museum allows you to partake in history rather than simply observe it. Discover what it was like to live in communist East Germany,... Read More

Cinestar Original

Cinestar Original

There is no shortage of cinemas in Berlin, but the Cinestar multiplex at Potsdamer Platz shows all of the big English-language movies in original version. There's also a giant screen for 3-D productions. Read More

Blue Man Group

Blue Man Group

The world-famous blue-skinned troupe from New York has their very own theatre in Berlin with nightly performances right on Potsdamer Platz. The interactive, uplifting spectacle is an experience you won't forget. Read More

Berliner Philharmonie

Berliner Philharmonie

A must for any true culture aficionado is an evening at the famous Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Read More

Bar jeder Vernunft

Bar jeder Vernunft

Catch dinner and a variety show in this charming old-school circus-style tent with restaurant service, the first of its kind in Berlin when it opened 20 years ago. The varied programme includes concerts, comedians and variety performers Read More


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