It's a long drive from Berlin Mitte to this museum and there is nothing else to visit in the neighborhood (besides that the Taxi driver had a hard time finding it). The front garden is very well maintained and reminds of the Lieberman paintings. The villa itself is not impressive, but the art collection is nice and representative. Long line at the self-service cafeteria to get something to drink, but the beautiful view of the lake makes it worthwhile.
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