Haus Schwarzenberg
Haus Schwarzenberg
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This East Berlin gallery of art and other odds and ends could use some refurbishing.
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Perttu O
Seinajoki, Finland12 contributions
Jun 2022 • Couples
Really nice place to visit to see some street art. We visited at afternoon at June and there was just a few people at the same time. There is also a bar and a gallery so you can spend some time here. Definitely a place to visit.
Written June 14, 2022
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Bryan H
San Francisco, CA43 contributions
May 2012 • Friends
The host was very welcoming and helpful! Free audio guides and free entry... Located in what I think is the coolest, most pleasant neighborhood in Berlin (A short walk from Alexanderplatz). The museum has tons of history and stories inside. It is fun to wander into the small alley courtyards after seeing the museum as well! Worth finding and not crowded with tourists.
Written June 2, 2012
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berlinizer
Berlin, Germany315 contributions
Jun 2011 • Friends
This hidden backyard stands as a reminder of the old Berlin. After the Berlin wall fell, this area became one of the most alternative spots of the city with most places abandoned and a lot of space for artists to be creative. Nowadays this area has become one of the more expensive parts of the city and all houses have been renovated, the area has been gentrified. Only this house has not changed. It belongs to a group of people whos goal is to keep it the way it is. They renovated it recently, but without changing the facades. So when you enter this place, it feels like you're stepping back in time. There are 3 museums in here, one about Otto Weidt, who saved Jewish people from the Holocaust in his small factory, one about Anne Frank and one about "Silent Heroes" - people like Otto Weidt. Additionally you find a nice little café - the Cafe Cinema, a bar in the back ("Eschloraque") and a little movie theater as well as some small shops. Underneith the second yard is the "Monsterkabinett", a sort of gallery/showroom full of weird monster robots that you can visit. Oneof the last authentic places in this area!
Written November 17, 2011
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sorayaputra
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia113 contributions
Jun 2014 • Solo
I'm an artsy type of person from an eastern country and the total explosion of creativity that is to be found in this "Haus" is just .... so fantastic. The graffiti, the people, the small movie theater, the geigeresque bar.... it's perfect. I revisited this place 5 times while i was there and I am really surprised that there are so few reviews about it.
Written September 4, 2014
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DanceFlossTravel
Benton Harbor, MI164 contributions
This is an awesomely preserved alternative art scene in the heart of a now very modern developed neighborhood. Worth a walk thru. Also the Monsterkabinet is in this building, go into it if it's open! Free to walk thru the courtyard but Monsterkabinet is a few euros to go in.
Written January 4, 2013
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Haus Schwarzenberg is a location and an independent association for culture. it hosts a three galleries, an art shop, a cocktail bar, a cinema, ateliers for artists, a clothing inventor atelier, several bureaus.
what is perhaps very interesting, is the shop called neurotitan:
the shop is filled with experimental music from noise to click+cut, hardstep, atonal, minimal. it is one of the very few places in berlin, where you can get this kind of sound in this kind of variety. it is also known for the comics (serigraphy, underground, artcomics). no marvel, no manga. collection of berlin based design books, mags, of arty stuff and of things, you have never seen before and will not be able to see somewhere else.
in the back rooms is the gallery neurotitan, featuring different styles of exhibitions of mostly young artists. there are also shows or concerts or performances once in a while.
if you wanna go for a drink check out the cocktail bar, designed by the metalmachine-artist group dead chickens. but beware - the "door" is known to be very moody. could be you get in without problems - could be that the next day you will not be allowed to enter.
and check out- for the rainy days - the program of the cinema. it is featuring very good and high-quality movies.
so i give this place 5 stars in this area of berlin *****
Written July 18, 2002
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KF0x
Basel, Switzerland164 contributions
Jul 2019 • Family
This is a relatively small 'courtyard' with tons of street art - in so many forms - on the walls. One of the must-see street art stops in Berlin.
Written July 23, 2019
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Amin Bahmani Yeganeh
Tehran, Iran11 contributions
Oct 2021 • Couples
It is the spot for street art, graffitis, and non-pretentious galleries. This, as well as a cosy cafe called Cinema made it a very satisfying experience for us.
Written October 26, 2021
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Chris P
London, UK317 contributions
Aug 2021 • Friends
Great little alleyway covered with street art. Worthwhile spending a bit of time to wander through out soak it in. There are cafes and bars to grab a drink as well.
Written August 31, 2021
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Jan T Gangsoy
Stavanger, Norway22 contributions
Jun 2019 • Couples
Cafe Cinema at the entrance was a nice place to sit and have as a base while exploring the streetart.
Selvrealisering tours passed the spot in a hustle, while we had the time to view both
Written June 2, 2019
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Haus Schwarzenberg - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)