The exhibition "100 Objects. Berlin during the Cold War" tells the story of what happened to the city of Berlin during the Cold War, up to the fall of the Berlin Wall. The German capital lay in ruins after the Second World War. The country was divided up into East Germany and West Germany by the Russians and the Allies. Through 100 objects from the Allied Museum's collections, an important chapter in German history - and indeed, global history - is retold, through the eyes of people from all horizons.
Schedules and Prices: From Friday 15 July 2016 to Sunday 28 January 2018 : - From Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00
Admission prices : - Full price : Free Address:
Stylish and classy, Schneeweiß restaurant is the exception to the rule in urban, edgy Friedrichshain. If you're interested in trying authentic German food, cooked to perfection, then Schneeweiß is the place to go. The white, minimalistic surroundings give the place a contemporary feel and let the brilliance of the food shine forth.
Located within the Bikini shopping mall in Charlottenburg, Super Concept Space is a concept store and restaurant. There's a light, airy, industrial feel to the space. The restaurant overlooks the Tiergarden, close to the Zoo. In the evening, DJs spin tunes and the place has a vibrant buzz. A great place for a relaxed lunch or for a drink with friends before going out.
The Haus der Kulturen der Welt, or "house of culture of the world" is a center for international, particularly non-European art. You'll find a thoughtful program of contemporary theater, dance, music and art exhibitions on at this multi-disciplinary arts center.
In summer, Haubentaucher is one of Berlin's coolest spots. It boasts a large bar and beer garden, DJs and a great vibe however, it's the 20 meter pool which is its trump card, drawing a fun-loving crowd for daytime parties. Pool parties, hot tub cinema nights, poolside yoga sessions and many more events are hosted at this venue in the hip Friedrichshain district.
A converted former train station, in fact the oldest station building in the city, the Hamburger Bahnhof is now an art gallery. It showcases contemporary art with an emphasis on video and installations, with thought-provoking temporary exhibitions as well as a fantastic permanent collection. A great place to spend a few hours.