26 August 2020 - 30 May 2021

Chaos and New Beginnings

Berlin 1920|2020

Overnight, the population of Berlin doubled in 1920. By the incorporation of neighbouring, previously independent cities and communities created one of the largest cities in the world. The Märkische Museum will be presenting a comprehensive special exhibition to mark the occasion from August 2020.

Märkisches Museum
2 October 2020 - 21 March 2021

Housing Conditions

Charlottenburg, Wilmersdorf and the Housing Issue

One of the most urgent challenges in metropolitan coexistence was the housing issue. Charlottenburg and Wilmersdorf showed these developments in a special way: In conjunction with reform movements, the land market, and the building industry, a housing policy field of action had already developed in the two decades before the cities were incorporated. The exhibition shows the rise of the housing issue in the surroundings of the present district.

Museum Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf
19 June – 4 October 2020

Neighbourhood Stories

100 Years Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg

Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg are flagships of today's Berlin.

From 'Chicago on the Spree', Berghain, SO36 to Kreuzberg 61: In both districts there are many places that are known beyond the city limits and create dazzling images. But they only depict individual aspects of history and the present.

FHXB Museum
06 September 2020 – 20 December 2020

Oskar Ziethen

Local Politician with a Vision

The exhibition presents Lichtenberg's mayor Oskar Ziethen, who from the beginning of his term of office in 1896 was interested in joining the municipality that was developing into a city and, despite the rejection of his proposal by the Berlin City Council, remained an active advocate of the intertwining of the core and cycling municipalities of Berlin. Whether first in special-purpose associations and later in the process of creating a large municipality. In 1924, he was honoured with the appointment as the 100th town elder of Berlin.

Museum Lichtenberg
17 August 2020 - 16 April 2021

Situated on the Edge of the City

ABC of Marzahn-Hellersdorf

From A for Alice Salomon College to Z for forced labour (Zwangsarbeit) during the Nazi era: the exhibition outlines the eventful history of the relationship between Marzahn-Hellersdorf and Berlin in historical and contemporary examples.

District Museum Marzahn-Hellersdorf
15 August 2020 - 4 April 2021

City Neukölln

Exhibition

How has Neukölln changed since it was incorporated into Greater Berlin in 1920? The exhibition uses eight striking locations to provide a visual experience of urban development in the Neukölln district. This is achieved by allowing visitors to assemble large photos with historical motifs of the eight locations themselves using cubes - like in a puzzle. Anyone who 'reads' the photographs carefully is encouraged to pay attention to subtle changes in the cityscape and can thus compare different eras with each other.

Museum Neukölln
13 November 2020 - 27 June 2021

The Wedding Town Hall

A New Town Hall for a New District

The exhibition focuses on the history of the Wedding town hall from 1928/1930 onwards. The town hall building on Müllerstrasse embodied the idea of a new administration in the unitary municipality of Greater Berlin of 1920 as a democratically structured, functional city. At the same time, the exhibition draws a bow to the present: 100 years later, a new town hall is being planned in the Mitte district, in the building complex of the former 'Haus der Statistik‛. Does this too want to be a 'Town Hall of the future', like the Wedding town hall?

Mitte Museum
Autumn 2020 - Spring 2021

New Beginnings and Reform

Pioneers of Modern Social Work in Prenzlauer Berg During the Weimar Republic

The impoverishment of parts of the population due to the consequences of the war after 1918 and the economic crisis in the early 1920s particularly affected war widows and orphans as well as children and young people. Many young people were left without training or employment. The 'Greater Berlin Act 1920' and the associated municipal self-administration enabled the new Berlin districts to set their own political accents.

Museum Pankow
06 July 2020 - 18 October 2020

In the Middle of Reinickendorf

100 Years of (Greater) Berlin

More than a hundred years ago, large open fields and wooded areas still stretched between the rural communities of the later district of Reinickendorf. After the incorporation of Berlin, they became part of the Zukunftsraum Berlin (Future Area Berlin), which formed the basis for important social reforms and made enormous progress in urban development.

Museum Reinickendorf
13 September 2020 – 18 May 2021

Yes and No, thanks!

Spandau and the Foundation of Greater Berlin 1920

What led to the Spandau identity? In the area of conflict between the Berlin administration / Spandau magistrate and the everyday life of the inhabitants of Spandau, the themes of traffic, work, leisure, housing, and the military are presented. They were characteristic of Spandau around 1920 and fundamental for the (self-)perception of Spandau today. Objects, texts, and participatory possibilities reflect the change from the stubborn city to the self-ironic part of Berlin.

Municipal History Museum Spandau
27 January - 28 June 2020

NEW, BIG, GREEN

100 Years of Architectural Modernity in the Southwest of Berlin

Greater Berlin and the Consequences for Steglitz and Zehlendorf

Using 12 representative examples of new constructing (Neues Bauen) in Steglitz and Zehlendorf and the six key terms 'NEW', 'BIG', 'GREEN', 'COMMUNITY', 'MOVING' and 'WORK', the exhibition shows how Berlin developed into an experimental field of modernism from 1920 onwards.

Department of Culture Steglitz-Zehlendorf
25 June 2020 – 14 March 2021

Solutions for the Housing Shortage - Part I

Constructing for Greater Berlin in Schöneberg and Tempelhof

When 'Greater Berlin' was founded, the city lacked 130,000 dwellings. The existing dwellings often show considerable deficiencies, are damp, dark and overcrowded. Schöneberg and Tempelhof look for solutions and find their way out of the housing shortage. The exhibition series of the same name in the Schöneberg Museum and Tempelhof Museum examines this history.

Tempelhof Museum
1 August 2020 – 14 March 2021

Solutions for the Housing Shortage - Part II

Constructing for Greater Berlin in Schöneberg and Tempelhof

When 'Greater Berlin' was founded, the city lacked 130,000 dwellings. The existing dwellings often show considerable deficiencies, are damp, dark and overcrowded. Schöneberg and Tempelhof look for solutions and find their way out of the housing shortage. The exhibition series of the same name in the Schöneberg Museum and Tempelhof Museum examines this history.

Schöneberg Museum
17 September – 31 March 2021

„We do not Come Empty-Handed“

The Districts of Today's Treptow-Köpenick on their Way to Greater Berlin in 1920

The exhibition focuses on the 15 districts of Treptow-Köpenick and their attitude towards 'Greater Berlin'. The spectrum ranged from the greatest approval to efforts to leave Berlin again. The exhibition shows how lastingly an administrative reform changed people's everyday lives and focuses on the south-eastern periphery of the new urban community.

Museum Köpenick
Guided tours Exhibitions
Thu | 01 October 2020 | 4 p.m. | Museum Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf

The Housing Question Every Year!

Guided Tour

A walk around Villa Oppenheim Concerning Housing.
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Registration by 25 September 2020 at: (+49) 030 9029-24106 | museum@charlottenburg-wilmersdorf.de
Meeting point: In Front of the Museum Entrance

The current distance and hygiene rules must be abided by, please wear a face mask.
Maximum 15 people!

Thu | 01 Ocotber 2020 | 4 p.m. | FHXB Museum

Searching for Traces in the Stralau Neighbourhood

From Ostbahnhof Station to the Old Frankfurter Tor in District Friedrichshain

Guided Tour
from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Binding registration by 14 September 2020 at the latest under: veranstaltungen@fhxb-museum.de
Meeting point: Main Entrance Ostbahnhof Station

The rules of distance and hygiene within the framework of the Covid-19 protection must be abided by, additionally a face mask must be worn.
Maximum 20 people!

Oberbaumbrücke 1921 | Landesarchiv Berlin, F Rep. 290 (02) No. 0230104 | Photographer: Alfred Fleischmann
Thu | 01 Ocotber 2020 | 3 p.m. | Museum Lichtenberg

Following the tracks of Oskar Ziethen

Guided Town Hall Tour

from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Binding registration until 24 September 2020 under: thiele@museum-lichtenberg.de
Meeting point: Möllendorffstr. 6, 10367 Berlin

Maximum 10 people!

Friederike and Oskar Ziethen - Golden Wedding | Museum Lichtenberg
Thu | 01 October 2020 | 3 p.m. | District Museum Marzahn-Hellersdorf

Wuhlgarten near Biesdorf

Guided Tour

A guided tour through the historic hospital grounds.

Binding registration is mandatory at : (+49) 30 54 79 09 21 | info@museum-marzahn-hellersdorf.de
Meeting point: Hospital Church inside the Wuhlgarten | Brebacher Weg 15, 12683 Berlin

Maximum 15 people!

Thu | 01 October 2020 | 4 p.m. | Mitte Museum

On the Trail of Greater Berlin in Old Little Berlin

Guided Tour

from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Binding registration mandatory at: info@mittemuseum.de
Meeting point: Portal of the Red City Hall | Rathausstr. 15, 10178 Berlin

Thu | 01 October 2020 | 6 p.m. | Museum Reinickendorf

„Il secondo Home“

Reading

A reading accompanied by music about other countries and cultures with a special perspective on Germany, Berlin and District Reinickendorf.
from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Please register at Museum Reinickendorf, Alt-Hermsdorf 35 , 13467 Berlin |
(+49) 30 - 404 40 62 | www.museum-reinickendorf.de, info@museum-reinickendorf.de

Meeting point: Museumsgarten Reinickendorf | Alt-Hermsdorf 35
Maximum 20 people! | In case of rain the event is cancelled!

Thu | 01 October 2020 | 3:30 p.m. | Municipal History Museum Spandau

100 Years Greater Berlin

Tour

The Siemensstadt. Before and after. Pure industrial culture. A tour.
from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. >/p>

>Registration via: Katrina Schmitz-Roeckerath (Education & Mediation):
(+49) 30-354 944 445 | k.schmitz-roeckerath@zitadelle-berlin.de

Meeting point: In front of the former Siemens-Laboratorium, Rohrdamm 22, 13629 Berlin (near Underground Station Rohrdamm)

Maximum 20 people!

Thu | 01 Ocotber 2020 | 4 p.m. | Steglitz-Zehlendorf

100 Years Greater Berlin

Zehlendorf becomes a City

City walk through the forest settlement Onkel Toms Hütte

Registration until 29 September 2020 at info@kultur-steglitz-zehlendorf.de or (+49) 30 90299-4516

Meeting point: forecourt of the underground station Onkel Toms Hütte (exit Onkel-Tom-Strasse)

Maximum 15 people!
The current distance and hygiene rules must be abided by.

Department of Culture Steglitz-Zehlendorf, Photo: Friedhelm Hoffmann, 2018.
Thu | 01 October 2020 | 4 p.m. | Tempelhof-Schöneberg

Lindenhof and Attilahöhe

Tour 2

Guided tour of architectural history
Registration at: (+49) 30 90277 6163 | museum@ba-ts.berlin.de

Meeting point: Street Corner Arnulf-/Domnauer Strasse
Maximum 15 people!

The distance and hygiene rules within the framework of the Covid-19 protection must be abided by.
Participation lists will be kept until four weeks after the event.

Thu | 01 October 2020 | 4 p.m. | Museum Köpenick

Lindenhof and Attilahöhe

Tour

Guided tour through Treptower Park, stops at the Soviet Memorial, the Isle of Youth and the Trade Exhibition of 1896 as well as the First German Colonial Exhibition
Registration at: (+49) 30 / 90 297 - 3351 | museum@ba-tk.berlin.de

Meeting point: Train Station Treptower Park (S-Bahn), exit towards the park

Maximum 20 people!

Sa | 17 October 2020 | 3 p.m. | In The Urban Space

Club Culture and Cultural Open Spaces

Guided City Tour | English

The Berlin club culture is unique in its form worldwide. As important places for art and culture, they also help shape urban development, but at the same time fall victim to gentrification. An exploration tour from the Rummelsburger Bucht via the Berghain to the Holzmarkt.

Tour Guide: Tobias Allers
Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 15,00 Euro | Payment on site or in advance at www.berlinkultour.de/jetzt-buchen

Meeting point: Paul-und-Paula-Ufer 1, 10317 Berlin (between day-care centre 'Seepiraten' and kayak rental)

Registration at (+49)157 71 76 21 10 | tobi@berlinkultour.de

Public transport tickets are not included in the price, but are necessary for the guided tour and must be purchased in advance.

Potsdamer Platz with traffic tower, postcard, 1930 © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: unknown photographer
Wed | 21 October 2020 | 4 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Exhibition at First Hand

Expert Talk

every 3rd Wednesday of the month | 4 p.m.

Members of the exhibition team provide insights into the origins of Chaos & New Beginnings. They will explain the themes of the exhibition from their own professional point of view and present the diverse cooperation projects or special objects.

Fee: 7,00/ 4,00 Euro | free up to 18 years of age

Gustav Böss, painting by Max Oppenheimer, 1926 (Excerpt) © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Sa | 24 October 2020 | 3 p.m. | In The Urban Space

Berlin's Wild Twenties

Guided Tour

The 1920s in Berlin are famous and infamous for dance and debauchery. The city itself was a world metropolis back then. A search for clues at the cinema Babylon, Clärchens Ballhaus and the Admiralspalast, among other places.

Tour Guide: Tobias Allers
Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 15,00 Euro | Payment on site

Meeting point: Fernsehturm, Panoramastrasse 1a, 10178 Berlin (next to the entrance)

Registration at: (+49)157 71 76 21 10 | tobi@berlinkultour.de

Music book: 'Die Wohnungsnot' from 1919 (Excerpt), published by Kollo Verlag Berlin © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Replica: Friedhelm Hoffmann, Berlin
Sun | 25 October 2020 | 1:30 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Guided Tour in German Sign Language

+++ Fully Booked +++ | Public Guided Tour

The deaf cultural mediator Lutz Pepping will guide in German Sign Language through the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings in 90 minutes.

Limited participation places
Free admission

Registration at: (+49)30 24 002-162 | info@stadtmuseum.de

Photo collage: Young woman jumping over a puddle at Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten, Alexanderplatz in the background © bpk | Photo: Friedrich Seidenstücker + © Sina Ettmer | stock.adobe.com
Tue | 27 Ocotber 2020 | 12 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Parental Culture Time

Taking the Baby to the Museum | Limited Participation

every last Tuesday of the Month | 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

During the Parental Culture Time you can explore the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings - Berlin 1920|2020 with your baby for free. A tour guide will provide exciting background information in individual short guided tours from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

free admission

The Berlin City Museum once again invites you to the parental culture time! © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs
Sa | 14 November 2020 | 3 p.m. | In The Urban Space

Berlin's Wild Twenties

Guided Tour

The 1920s in Berlin are famous and infamous for dance and debauchery. The city itself was a world metropolis back then. A search for clues at the cinema Babylon, Clärchens Ballhaus and the Admiralspalast, among other places.

Tour Guide: Tobias Allers
Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 15,00 Euro | Payment on site

Meeting point: Fernsehturm, Panoramastrasse 1a, 10178 Berlin (next to the entrance)

Registration at: (+49)157 71 76 21 10 | tobi@berlinkultour.de

Music book: 'Die Wohnungsnot' from 1919 (Excerpt), published by Kollo Verlag Berlin © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Replica: Friedhelm Hoffmann, Berlin
Wed | 18 November 2020 | 4 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Exhibition at First Hand

Expert Talk

every 3rd Wednesday of the month | 4 p.m.

Members of the exhibition team provide insights into the origins of Chaos & New Beginnings. They will explain the themes of the exhibition from their own professional point of view and present the diverse cooperation projects or special objects.

Fee: 7,00/ 4,00 Euro | free up to 18 years of age

Gustav Böss, painting by Max Oppenheimer, 1926 (Excerpt) © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Sa | 21 November 2020 | 3 p.m. | In The Urban Space

Club Culture and Cultural Open Spaces

Guided City Tour | German

The Berlin club culture is unique in its form worldwide. As important places for art and culture, they also help shape urban development, but at the same time fall victim to gentrification. An exploration tour from the Rummelsburger Bucht via the Berghain to the Holzmarkt.

Tour Guide: Tobias Allers
Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 15,00 Euro | Payment on site or in advance at www.berlinkultour.de/jetzt-buchen

Meeting point: Paul-und-Paula-Ufer 1, 10317 Berlin (between day-care centre 'Seepiraten' and kayak rental)

Registration at (+49)157 71 76 21 10 | tobi@berlinkultour.de

Public transport tickets are not included in the price, but are necessary for the guided tour and must be purchased in advance.

Potsdamer Platz with traffic tower, postcard, 1930 © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: unknown photographer
Sun | 22 November 2020 | 1:30 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Guided Tour in German Sign Language

+++ Fully Booked +++ | Public Guided Tour

The deaf cultural mediator Lutz Pepping will guide in German Sign Language through the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings in 90 minutes.

Limited participation places
Free admission

Registration at: (+49)30 24 002-162 | info@stadtmuseum.de

Photo collage: Young woman jumping over a puddle at Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten, Alexanderplatz in the background © bpk | Photo: Friedrich Seidenstücker + © Sina Ettmer | stock.adobe.com
Tue | 24 November 2020 | 12 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Parental Culture Time

Taking the Baby to the Museum | Limited Participation

every last Tuesday of the Month | 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

During the Parental Culture Time you can explore the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings - Berlin 1920|2020 with your baby for free. A tour guide will provide exciting background information in individual short guided tours from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

free admission

The Berlin City Museum once again invites you to the parental culture time! © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs
Wed | 16 December 2020 | 4 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Exhibition at First Hand

Expert Talk

every 3rd Wednesday of the month | 4 p.m.

Members of the exhibition team provide insights into the origins of Chaos & New Beginnings. They will explain the themes of the exhibition from their own professional point of view and present the diverse cooperation projects or special objects.

Fee: 7,00/ 4,00 Euro | free up to 18 years of age

Gustav Böss, painting by Max Oppenheimer, 1926 (Excerpt) © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Tue | 29 December 2020 | 12 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Parental Culture Time

Taking the Baby to the Museum | Limited Participation

every last Tuesday of the Month | 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

During the Parental Culture Time you can explore the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings - Berlin 1920|2020 with your baby for free. A tour guide will provide exciting background information in individual short guided tours from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

free admission

The Berlin City Museum once again invites you to the parental culture time! © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs
Sun | 10 January 2021 | 1:30 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Guided Tour in German Sign Language

Public Guided Tour

The deaf cultural mediator Lutz Pepping will guide in German Sign Language through the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings in 90 minutes.

Limited participation places
Free admission

Registration at: (+49)30 24 002-162 | info@stadtmuseum.de

Photo collage: Young woman jumping over a puddle at Bahnhof Zoologischer Garten, Alexanderplatz in the background © bpk | Photo: Friedrich Seidenstücker + © Sina Ettmer | stock.adobe.com
Wed | 20 January 2021 | 4 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Exhibition at First Hand

Expert Talk

every 3rd Wednesday of the month | 4 p.m.

Members of the exhibition team provide insights into the origins of Chaos & New Beginnings. They will explain the themes of the exhibition from their own professional point of view and present the diverse cooperation projects or special objects.

Fee: 7,00/ 4,00 Euro | free up to 18 years of age

Gustav Böss, painting by Max Oppenheimer, 1926 (Excerpt) © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Tue | 26 January 2021 | 12 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Parental Culture Time

Taking the Baby to the Museum | Limited Participation

every last Tuesday of the Month | 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

During the Parental Culture Time you can explore the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings - Berlin 1920|2020 with your baby for free. A tour guide will provide exciting background information in individual short guided tours from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

free admission

The Berlin City Museum once again invites you to the parental culture time! © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs
Wed | 17 February 2021 | 4 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Exhibition at First Hand

Expert Talk

every 3rd Wednesday of the month | 4 p.m.

Members of the exhibition team provide insights into the origins of Chaos & New Beginnings. They will explain the themes of the exhibition from their own professional point of view and present the diverse cooperation projects or special objects.

Fee: 7,00/ 4,00 Euro | free up to 18 years of age

Gustav Böss, painting by Max Oppenheimer, 1926 (Excerpt) © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Tue | 23 February 2021 | 12 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Parental Culture Time

Taking the Baby to the Museum | Limited Participation

every last Tuesday of the Month | 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

During the Parental Culture Time you can explore the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings - Berlin 1920|2020 with your baby for free. A tour guide will provide exciting background information in individual short guided tours from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

free admission

The Berlin City Museum once again invites you to the parental culture time! © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs
Wed | 17 March 2021 | 4 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Exhibition at First Hand

Expert Talk

every 3rd Wednesday of the month | 4 p.m.

Members of the exhibition team provide insights into the origins of Chaos & New Beginnings. They will explain the themes of the exhibition from their own professional point of view and present the diverse cooperation projects or special objects.

Fee: 7,00/ 4,00 Euro | free up to 18 years of age

Gustav Böss, painting by Max Oppenheimer, 1926 (Excerpt) © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Tue | 30 March 2021 | 12 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Parental Culture Time

Taking the Baby to the Museum | Limited Participation

every last Tuesday of the Month | 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

During the Parental Culture Time you can explore the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings - Berlin 1920|2020 with your baby for free. A tour guide will provide exciting background information in individual short guided tours from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

free admission

The Berlin City Museum once again invites you to the parental culture time! © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs
Sa | 17 April 2021 | 3 p.m. | In The Urban Space

Club Culture and Cultural Open Spaces

Guided City Tour | German

The Berlin club culture is unique in its form worldwide. As important places for art and culture, they also help shape urban development, but at the same time fall victim to gentrification. An exploration tour from the Rummelsburger Bucht via the Berghain to the Holzmarkt.

Tour Guide: Tobias Allers
Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 15,00 Euro | Payment on site or in advance at www.berlinkultour.de/jetzt-buchen

Meeting point: Paul-und-Paula-Ufer 1, 10317 Berlin (between day-care centre 'Seepiraten' and kayak rental)

Registration at (+49)157 71 76 21 10 | tobi@berlinkultour.de

Public transport tickets are not included in the price, but are necessary for the guided tour and must be purchased in advance.

Potsdamer Platz with traffic tower, postcard, 1930 © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: unknown photographer
Wed | 21 April 2021 | 4 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Exhibition at First Hand

Expert Talk

every 3rd Wednesday of the month | 4 p.m.

Members of the exhibition team provide insights into the origins of Chaos & New Beginnings. They will explain the themes of the exhibition from their own professional point of view and present the diverse cooperation projects or special objects.

Fee: 7,00/ 4,00 Euro | free up to 18 years of age

Gustav Böss, painting by Max Oppenheimer, 1926 (Excerpt) © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Sa | 24 April 2021 | 3 p.m. | In The Urban Space

Berlin's Wild Twenties

Guided Tour

The 1920s in Berlin are famous and infamous for dance and debauchery. The city itself was a world metropolis back then. A search for clues at the cinema Babylon, Clärchens Ballhaus and the Admiralspalast, among other places.

Tour Guide: Tobias Allers
Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 15,00 Euro | Payment on site

Meeting point: Fernsehturm, Panoramastrasse 1a, 10178 Berlin (next to the entrance)

Registration at: (+49)157 71 76 21 10 | tobi@berlinkultour.de

Music book: 'Die Wohnungsnot' from 1919 (Excerpt), published by Kollo Verlag Berlin © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Replica: Friedhelm Hoffmann, Berlin
Tue | 27 April 2021 | 12 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Parental Culture Time

Taking the Baby to the Museum | Limited Participation

every last Tuesday of the Month | 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

During the Parental Culture Time you can explore the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings - Berlin 1920|2020 with your baby for free. A tour guide will provide exciting background information in individual short guided tours from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

free admission

The Berlin City Museum once again invites you to the parental culture time! © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs
Wed | 19 May 2021 | 4 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Exhibition at First Hand

Expert Talk

every 3rd Wednesday of the month | 4 p.m.

Members of the exhibition team provide insights into the origins of Chaos & New Beginnings. They will explain the themes of the exhibition from their own professional point of view and present the diverse cooperation projects or special objects.

Fee: 7,00/ 4,00 Euro | free up to 18 years of age

Gustav Böss, painting by Max Oppenheimer, 1926 (Excerpt) © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Michael Setzpfandt
Sa | 22 May 2021 | 3 p.m. | In The Urban Space

Club Culture and Cultural Open Spaces

Guided City Tour | German

The Berlin club culture is unique in its form worldwide. As important places for art and culture, they also help shape urban development, but at the same time fall victim to gentrification. An exploration tour from the Rummelsburger Bucht via the Berghain to the Holzmarkt.

Tour Guide: Tobias Allers
Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 15,00 Euro | Payment on site or in advance at www.berlinkultour.de/jetzt-buchen

Meeting point: Paul-und-Paula-Ufer 1, 10317 Berlin (between day-care centre 'Seepiraten' and kayak rental)

Registration at (+49)157 71 76 21 10 | tobi@berlinkultour.de

Public transport tickets are not included in the price, but are necessary for the guided tour and must be purchased in advance.

Potsdamer Platz with traffic tower, postcard, 1930 © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: unknown photographer
Tue | 25 May 2021 | 12 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

Parental Culture Time

Taking the Baby to the Museum | Limited Participation

every last Tuesday of the Month | 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

During the Parental Culture Time you can explore the exhibition Chaos & New Beginnings - Berlin 1920|2020 with your baby for free. A tour guide will provide exciting background information in individual short guided tours from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

free admission

The Berlin City Museum once again invites you to the parental culture time! © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs
Sa | 29 May 2021 | 3 p.m. | In The Urban Space

Berlin's Wild Twenties

Guided Tour

The 1920s in Berlin are famous and infamous for dance and debauchery. The city itself was a world metropolis back then. A search for clues at the cinema Babylon, Clärchens Ballhaus and the Admiralspalast, among other places.

Tour Guide: Tobias Allers
Duration: 2 hours

Fee: 15,00 Euro | Payment on site

Meeting point: Fernsehturm, Panoramastrasse 1a, 10178 Berlin (next to the entrance)

Registration at: (+49)157 71 76 21 10 | tobi@berlinkultour.de

Music book: 'Die Wohnungsnot' from 1919 (Excerpt), published by Kollo Verlag Berlin © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Replica: Friedhelm Hoffmann, Berlin
Tue-Fri | 12 p.m. - 6 p.m., Sa+Sun | 10 a.m.– 6 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

1920 | Experiment of a Social Metropolis

Guided Tour | Special Exhibition 'Chaos & New Beginnings'

In the 1920s, Berlin wanted to become the most modern and social municipality in the world. To what extent was this ambition realised? What of it is still visible in the city? And which of the challenges of that time are topical again today?

Guided tours for groups (in German): 50,00 Euro (maximum 5 people), plus reduced admission to the museum for each person

Guided tours in other languages: 50,00 Euro (on request, maximum 5 people), plus reduced admission to the museum for each person

Fee: 7.00 / reduced 4.00 Euro (incl. audio guide) | free admission for children under 18 years of age

The Stadtmuseum Berlin once again invites you to the parental culture time! © Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs
Tue-Fr | 12 p.m.– 6 p.m., Sa+Sun | 10 a.m.– 6 p.m. | Märkisches Museum

2020 | Stimuli for Berlin's Future

Guided Tour | Special Exhibition 'Chaos & New Beginnings'

The impulse projects presented show possible solutions to the many challenges Berlin is facing today. They sketch visions of a metropolis, investigate the attitude to life in the districts, look at the complex metropolitan traffic or alternative housing projects.

group tours (in German): 50.00 Euro (maximum 5 people), plus reduced museum admission for each person

Guided tours in other languages: 50.00 Euro (on request, maximum 5 people), plus reduced museum admission for each person

Fee: 7.00 / reduced 4.00 Euro (incl. audio guide) | free admission for children up to 18 years of age

The Stadtmuseum Berlin once again invites you to the parental culture time!© Stadtmuseum Berlin | Photo: Jenni Fuchs