Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Berlin

Neue Nationalgalerie
Fans of cubism, expressionism, Bauhaus and surrealism will be at home here.
Hamburger Bahnhof
The converted Hamburger Bahnhof presents some striking collections of modern art.
East Side Gallery
Not a gallery as such but a remaining section of the Berlin Wall stretching along Mühlenstraße in Friedrichshain. International artists were invited to decorate sections and today it exists as a poignant work of art.
Bauhaus Archiv
A detailed history of the movement that shaped Berlin from 1919 to 1933.
Helmut Newton Museum
An exhibition of photographs and personal items from one of Berlin's artistic heroes.
Pergamonmuseum
The jewel in crowd of the Museuminsel one of the world's finest archaelogical museums.
Judisches Museum
A piece of architectural genius this is one of Berlin's most famous cultural attractions.
Schaubuhne am Lehniner Platz
The experimental productions here are popular with a young cutting edge crowd.
Berliner Fernsehturm
The Fernsehturm has arguably become the city's most recognisable landmark.
Story of Berlin
A refreshing multimedia approach to the history of the city.
Maxim Gorki Theatre
Another key venue for lovers of experimental productions.
Sammlung Hoffman
A hidden private collection of contemporary art.
Schloß Charlottenburg
A trip to the Schloß Charlottenburg is to take a stroll through Germany's history.

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