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This magnificent palazzo-like exhibition hall first opened in 1881, and once housed Berlin's Arts and Crafts Museum. Full review →
This museum is dedicated to architect Martin Gropius, who was the uncle of the far more famous Walter Gropius of the Bauhaus movement. Full review →
With its mosaics, terracotta reliefs and airy atrium, this exhibit space is a high-calibre showcase for crème-de-la-crème travelling shows. Full review →
This neo-Renaissance building (1877-81), adorned with elegant decoration reminiscent of an Italian palazzo... now houses major temporary exhibitions. Full review →
Cosying up to where the Wall once stood... the Martin-Gropius-Bau is named after its architect, uncle of the more famous Walter. Full review →
Housed inside an 1881 building designed by its namesake, Martin-Gropius-Bau hosts a variety of exhibitions related to art and culture. Full review →