Free entry to the Bröhan-Museum with the Berlin Pass

Bröhan-Museum

  • Bröhan-Museum
  • Bröhan-Museum
  • Bröhan-Museum

Berlin Pass Benefits:
Free entry to the Bröhan-Museum with a Berlin Pass
Normal Ticket Price: Adult: €8.00

Visit the Bröhan-Museum to explore an extensive array of art nouveau and art deco pieces that Karl Bröhan himself had collected throughout his lifetime, from furniture, paintings, glass, silver and sculptures dated from 1890 to 1939.

Bröhan-Museum is an international specialist museum of art nouveau, art deco and functionalism, named after its founder Karl H. Bröhan. The collection includes exquisite art and crafts dating from 1880 to the start of the Second World War. The museum also houses an extensive collection of Images by the Berlin Secession. Alongside the main focal topics of art nouveau, art deco and the Berlin Secession, the museum also hosts special exhibitions looking at contemporary art and design up to the present day.

Please note: The Museum has wheelchair access.

Highlights:

  • Alphonse Mucha’s  poster “JOB” from 1898
  • Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky’s “Frankfurt Kitchen” from 1926
  • The filigree glass vases by Émile Gallé, circa 1903
  • The silver coffee and tea service by Karl Heubler, before 1933

Did you know?

The founder Karl Bröhan donated his whole collection to the city of Berlin on his 60th birthday, which shows his dedication and desire to share his love of art deco and art nouveau to the public.

How to get there:

Metro: U-Bahn: Sophie-Charlotte-Platz or Richard-Wagner-Platz S-Bahn: Westend

Bus: 109, 309, M45 (bus stop: Schloss Charlottenburg)

Tuesday 10.00 - 18.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 18.00
Thursday 10.00 - 18.00
Friday 10.00 - 18.00
Saturday 10.00 - 18.00
Sunday 10.00 - 18.00

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Address:

Schloßstr. 1a, 14059 Berlin

Telephone:

49/(0)30/32690600

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