Historical inner city

The

Martin-Gropius building is the most important exhibition hall in Berlin. The

imposing museum was built after the plans of Martin Gropius and Heino Schmieden

in 1881. It was originally conceived as a museum of crafts. Today, the

exhibition program featuring art, archeology, photography and cultural history

attracts more than 500,000 visitors each year.

  • Historical inner city
  • International art and cultural history exhibitions
  • 15-20 exhibitions each year
  • Book shop, café, art cinema
  • In the direct neighbourhood of the Mövenpick Hotel Berlin