Fun and interesting museums in Berlin

 

Kollwitz Käthe Kollwitz Museum

Käthe Lollwitz Museum
Fasanenstrasse 24

60 years after her death and still this museum attracts thousands of visitors. The museum is privately owned and include thousands of drawings, etchings and sculptures. As one of Berlin’s all artists she is the one that best captured the pain and suffering from the german people during depressions and through wars.  Her spot on paintings show Berlin residents hope and despair.

Bauhaus ArhivesBauhaus Archives

Bauhaus Archives – Museum of Design
Klingelhöferstrasse 14

Berlin has for many years been one of the world’s best design cities, giving London, Paris and New York a good competition. In Berlin, the Bauhaus influencing designers, architects and art schools and at the Museum Archives, one can view an impressive collection of art, furniture, sculptures, and pottery from well known artists such as Walter Gropius, MoholyNagy, Klee, Kandinsky, who all fled Nazi Germany . Every Friday there is a free guided tour, it starts at 15:00.

 

BerggruenMusum Berggruen

Museum Berggruen
Schlossstrasse 1

1940 Berggruen bought his first painting for $ 100, a watercolor by Paul Klee. 50 years later, he donated his large collection of art to Berlin, the value now $ 450 millionHere you find 145 masterpieces by Braque, Matisse, Klee and Giacometti. This intimate museum is also home to over 100 drawings and paintings by Picasso, from young student until his death in 1973.

DDR MuseumDDR Museum

DDR Museum
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 1

Trabants, hidden microphones, spying on neighbors, this 90 minute tour through the former DDR is interesting in many ways, this may be given in particular how an old, seemingly innocent living room looks, but with hidden microphones and other spy technologies. Investigations today in Germany, shows that young people under 16 do not believe the old DDR existed. The museum showcases how it once was in the DDR where communism was hailed andwhere one may even take a simulated ride in an old Trabant by the former DDR.

Cussywurst Museo

Currywurst Museum
Schützenstrasse 70

Clearly, Berlin must have a museum of bratwurstsThe people in Berlin eats more than 70 million hotdogs each year. So that is why this tribute of Currywurstis being held here. One goes through fast food through the decades,  can be sleeping in a sausage couch, find out why Volkswagen is one of the largest sausage manufacturers. With the admission fee, you get even a little bratwurst sample.

From The Guardian

Kollwitz Käthe Kollwitz Museum

Käthe Lollwitz Museum
Fasanenstrasse 24

60 years after her death and still this museum attracts thousands of visitors. The museum is privately owned and include thousands of drawings, etchings and sculptures. As one of Berlin’s all artists she is the one that best captured the pain and suffering from the german people during depressions and through wars.  Her spot on paintings show Berlin residents hope and despair.

Bauhaus ArhivesBauhaus Archives

Bauhaus Archives – Museum of Design
Klingelhöferstrasse 14

Berlin has for many years been one of the world’s best design cities, giving London, Paris and New York a good competition. In Berlin, the Bauhaus influencing designers, architects and art schools and at the Museum Archives, one can view an impressive collection of art, furniture, sculptures, and pottery from well known artists such as Walter Gropius, MoholyNagy, Klee, Kandinsky, who all fled Nazi Germany . Every Friday there is a free guided tour, it starts at 15:00.

 

BerggruenMusum Berggruen

Museum Berggruen
Schlossstrasse 1

1940 Berggruen bought his first painting for $ 100, a watercolor by Paul Klee. 50 years later, he donated his large collection of art to Berlin, the value now $ 450 millionHere you find 145 masterpieces by Braque, Matisse, Klee and Giacometti. This intimate museum is also home to over 100 drawings and paintings by Picasso, from young student until his death in 1973.

DDR MuseumDDR Museum

DDR Museum
Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 1

Trabants, hidden microphones, spying on neighbors, this 90 minute tour through the former DDR is interesting in many ways, this may be given in particular how an old, seemingly innocent living room looks, but with hidden microphones and other spy technologies. Investigations today in Germany, shows that young people under 16 do not believe the old DDR existed. The museum showcases how it once was in the DDR where communism was hailed andwhere one may even take a simulated ride in an old Trabant by the former DDR.

Cussywurst Museo

Currywurst Museum
Schützenstrasse 70

Clearly, Berlin must have a museum of bratwurstsThe people in Berlin eats more than 70 million hotdogs each year. So that is why this tribute of Currywurstis being held here. One goes through fast food through the decades,  can be sleeping in a sausage couch, find out why Volkswagen is one of the largest sausage manufacturers. With the admission fee, you get even a little bratwurst sample.

From The Guardian

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