How Germany became what it is. Rubble desert, economic miracle, construction of the Berlin Wall and the fall of the Berlin Wall, "We can do it" - the turning point, however, is 1968, the transformation of society.
The Anne Frank Zentrum, the German partner organization of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, is located right next to the Hackesche Höfe in Berlin-Mitte. The exhibition "All about Anne" focuses on the diary and the life story of the Jewish girl. The exhibition is biographical, interactive and inclusive. Especially for young people, history comes alive here.
Experience 800 years of Berlin history. Alexanderplatz, Marienkirche, Rotes Rathaus, Schlossplatz, Museum Island, Hackescher Markt, Volksbühne theatre. Explore Berlin with a tour in an audio play format!
Not far from the Ku'Damm is a theatre where glamour has been living on for twenty years, which is reminiscent of the nightlife of Berlin in the 20s. The Bar jeder Vernunft, a mirror tent - inconspicuous from the outside, in the inside a glittering ballroom!
The Barberini Museum features changing exhibitions from the art collection of founder and patron Hasso Plattner. The themes of the exhibitions range from the old masters to contemporary art. One focus is on Impressionism.
Ghostwalk with the Night Watchman of Bärentouren On the trails of Sagas und Spirits in the Nikolaiquater and Old-Berlin. Discover with the Berlin night watchman in ancient language the oldest quater of Berlin and find out why the castle is haunted by the "White Lady"