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Since its meticulous restoration in the 1970s the Gropius Bau has become one of the most renowned exhibition halls in Germany. Many international exhibitions have since found a fitting venue here and attracted many millions of visitors.
As the title suggests, I was here in Nov 2017 around the anniversary of the reformation. It was a fantastic exhibit. Really, really good. I'd return to this place. The only bummer was that the gift shop didn't give receipts.
We went to see the Gurlitt exhibition, which will almost certainly be over by the time you read this, but which was so wonderful that it means that I would always look to see what was on at the Gropius BAU when visiting Berlin. The...More
The Gurlitt Collection that was literally hidden from the world’s eyes until recently is a treasure trove of discovery. Add to that the circumstances of its acquisition—by foul or immoral means—and this exhibition takes on a fascinating aspect for the art lover. Much to mull...More
We loved this visit. Is literally next to the Topography of terror venue. Tickets are expensive but worth going in. The 2 exhibits were saw, were pure contemporary art (Ana Mendietta and Philippe Parreno). We loved Parreno and what made it more interesting is watching...More
I stopped in with my two teenagers and we absolutely LOVED the immersion exhibit. It was fascinating and totally absorbing. As a full disclosure, we like the experience of contemporary art exhibits and have visited several in various cities. This one is at the top...More
Much of the museum is under construction. We paid way too much for tickets to see the only exhibition there and saw a very bizarre exhibit. The ticket seller didn’t speak English. If he had, we could have saved some money
This building is an exhibition space but I didn't find anything I wanted to see, so I only took pictures from outside.
The building itself has nice architecture and is significant because it backed onto the Berlin Wall and there are lots of pictures with...More
This inconspicuous palace originaly built as exhibition space hides variety of exhibition rooms. Luckily we found very nice exhibition there (Wenzel Hablik - Expressionistische Utopien) so we found visit reasonable. Entrance fee varies depending what you want to see. Cafe inside. Could be nice stop...More