Things to Do in Prenzlauer Berg

Top 10 Things to Do in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin

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  • CamilleR
    24 contributions
    We loved hanging around this area. So quiet yet vibrant with many arty boutiques and coffees. Great vibes! Loved it!
    Written July 12, 2021
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  • 77inessa
    12 contributions
    I liked that there is not only interesting (and not so interesting) old stuff to discover, but also artists offering their work. Also good food.
    Written November 9, 2021
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  • Tomáš G
    36 contributions
    You can find here a lot of information about East Germany lifestyle including explanations of everyday situations. If you are interested about history of cold-war and west/east block you must see this.
    Written September 1, 2021
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  • Lina R
    Berlin, Germany16 contributions
    Good morning time to visit when everything closed due to Corona. Maybe not the best schnitzeles there, but definitely ok with beer and some curry. Good feeling of people around you. Yeah! This is Prenzlau! Waiting for the good sunny weather.
    Written March 10, 2021
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  • Clogs
    Warsaw, Poland2,945 contributions
    Monument to Käthe Kollwitz-Schmidt, productive and prolific artist and sculptor, who left with her works quite a legacy, beloved by Berliners. Her works are spread all over, fro.lm Germany to Belgium. Her monument depicts Käthe at an old age, she was quite objective and honest in her depictions of herself. Nice execution, quite photogenic. The statue gleams where folks climb on top of it for a picture, or just to sit and see what Käthe sees. Nice work.
    Written July 3, 2020
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  • RBerzanskiene
    Vilnius, Lithuania502 contributions
    My 9 & 11 year old English speaking sons were too big for this museum. After 30 min they said that there is nothing to do for them at this museum. It is interestingly presented activities and in historic building but not for us. We saw only small children on Sunday morning. The price is 7€ per child. Around there are many good places to eat.
    Written March 10, 2019
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  • Aleksandra L
    1 contribution
    I went to watch the Starry Night and I was blown away by how awesome it was! I didn't expect much because I thought it was just a giant TV showing the stars, but it was sooooo much more. And the person who was narrating the journey was such a hilarious person who taught us about space and astronomy through jokes and interesting analogies. I'm definitely coming back to watch Starry Night again and to watch other shows! :)
    Written January 24, 2022
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  • Bluebirdjulez
    28 contributions
    I was here for a gig, simple review.

    Easy to find, close to U-Bahn, friendly & efficient staff, great view, great acoustics.

    Lots of local bars for pre/post-gig.
    Written November 24, 2017
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  • Emanuele N
    Brianconnet, France21 contributions
    totally berliner style, sound system and acoustic are fairly good. just avoid the "draft beer" they sell with a black or dark label : it does not look like beer, do not smells like beer and do not taste beer at all
    Written July 31, 2018
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  • Ernie H
    Cardiff, UK1,595 contributions
    Has a good mix of shops and is well laid out over three floors. Well maintained and clean. Not the high end shops where you don't spend money but those that you do a daily basis.
    Written November 6, 2019
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  • Clogs
    Warsaw, Poland2,945 contributions
    Great venue, up on the hill behind the water tower, great ambiance, laid back, nice view of the neighborhood and the main tower. Sport park and playground at the foot of the hillock. Nice visit.
    Written August 10, 2020
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  • Menetou
    Paris, France264 contributions
    It is on the outskirts of the city, so not worth a long trip, but if you are in the area, then go.
    You see part of the Wall, and a nice series of panels with emotional pictures and text explaining German history and how the Wall came down first in this place.
    You see the Bridge where the people first crossed.
    Written July 28, 2018
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  • academic_traveler81
    New York City, NY38 contributions
    The Museumswohnung Zimmermeister Brunzel is not a can't-miss activity, but it's worth a visit--which won't take more than 20-30 minutes--if you are in the neighborhood or have an interest in social history. The four-room tenement flat represents the typical lifestyle of a family from the upper tier of the working class during the tenement building boom in the late 19th and early 20th century. The flat is very well-preserved, and the walls display numerous diagrams, photographs, and placards in German. A short leaflet is available in English (and I think also French), but you will get more out of the visit if you either understand German or know enough about social and architectural history that you can readily contextualize what you're seeing. The visit was rewarding for me because I've been to similar tenement museums in New York and Edinburgh, and it was interesting to see how this flat was in many small ways superior to those!
    Written March 27, 2019
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  • Clogs
    Warsaw, Poland2,945 contributions
    Thoughtprovoking display symbolizing people's habitats being rolled up in a ball, like to be disposed of in the trash, to make way for new construction, or else symbolizing people being uprooted and left homeless, dragging their possessions from place to place. Intriguing.
    Written July 7, 2020
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