The Kulturforum is an ensemble of cultural institutions built in the 1950s - '60s as West Berlin's counterpart to East Berlin's Museum Island

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Berlin: Kulturforum and Gemäldgalerie 3-Hour Tour

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See masterpieces of art on a 3-hour tour of Berlin’s Gemäldgalerie (Painting Gallery) in the Kulturf...

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Private Half-Day Walking Tour of Berlin's Kulturforum and the Gemäldgalerie with Art Historian

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Enjoy this 3-hour private tour of the Kulturforum Complex. It is known as Berlin’s Modernist an...

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Berlin: 2-Hour Modern Architecture Tour

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...y. Explore the fascinating buildings at Potsdamer Platz, the Kulturforum, and Leipziger Platz with an expert tour guide.

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Private Tour: Berlin Architecture Tour

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...s! Admire modernist masterpieces at the Kulturforum, walk down Friedrichstrasse, learn about the architectural trio at G...

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Kulturforum, Berlin

The Kulturforum is an ensemble of cultural institutions built in the 1950s - '60s as West Berlin's counterpart to East Berlin's Museum Island.

The Kulturforum is an ensemble of cultural institutions built in the 1950s - '60s as West Berlin's counterpart to East Berlin's Museum Island. Major institutions in the area include Neue Nationalgalerie, Gemäldegalerie, Museum of Decorative Arts, Musical Instrument Museum, and Berliner Philharmonie.


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About Kulturforum

 Matthäikirchplatz, 10785 Berlin, Germany

 +49 30 266424242

 www.smb.museum

Kulturforum and Nearby Sights on Map

Berlin Kupferstichkabinett

The largest collection of graphic art in Germany

The Gemäldegalerie

The Gemäldegalerie contains an astounding array of paintings, including works by Rembrandt, Rubens, Botticelli, Raphael, Titian, Goya, Velasquez and Watteau

Gemaldegalerie

Neue Nationalgalerie

Closed till 2018

Kammermusiksaal

Berlin Kunstgewerbemuseum

The oldest museum of its kind in Germany which, despite great losses during the World War II, still possesses one of the world's primary collections of European applied art

Philharmonie

Concert hall, home to the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, designed by Hans Scharoun

Neue Staatsbibliothek

Berlin State Library House Potsdamer Straße

Gedenkstaette Deutscher Widerstand

Panoramapunkt