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Not included in the museum pass, but only €4. Postcards were very cheap.
The helpful volunteers that run it explained, in perfect English, all about the current exhibitions.
Interesting exhibition, sometimes bilingual, about Japanese tea ceremony ceramics and Arnulf Holl. Very inspirational.
In a beautiful...More
Hidden little jem near Richard-Wagner-Platz. A bit off the beaten track but definitely worth a visit if you're even a bit interested in ceramics.
It has a neat collection of pieces on rotation, both modern and old, German and international.
The museum is pretty small...More
I came from Canada to see the special exhibition of Japanese tea ceramics and arrived on a Tuesday. Unfortunately the museum is only open at the weekend but the shop was open during other days. Heinz took pity on me and gave me a special...More
Date of experience: May 2017
Thank Mary Ann S
Breathe in Berlin’s royal past while walking through the gardens of beautiful Charlottenburg Palace, which lends its name to this well-heeled neighbourhood. Here you'll find some of the oldest homes in the city: upper-class apartment buildings with ornate facades and marble-floored foyers line the cobblestone streets. Stroll by sophisticated restaurants, through little parks, or around Lake Lietzensee. Window shop
down Kurfürstendamm, the most renowned high-end shopping street in Berlin, where you can find all the big designer names. In the evening, visit one of the old theatres close by Zoo Station which were nightlife hot spots in the 1920s, or dine in one of the many international restaurants around Savignyplatz before heading to other parts of town for a night out.