Bauhaus ArchiveCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Klingelhöferstraße 14, 10785 Berlin, Germany
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-302540020
- Ticket Price: 7 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Gallery, Arts And Crafts, Exhibition , Sculpture
Bauhaus Archive is actually a child of the Bauhaus art movement in various ways. Firstly, it was founded by Walter Gropius and supported by ardent followers of the above mentioned movement. Today, it has the largest collection of modern art as well as a lot of procured art from different parts of the World in Berlin as well as one of the most comprehensive displays in Germany. It is also closely related to Bauhaus Art School and has a vast collection from the Bauhaus Workshop of the 1920s. You will come across sculptures, furniture, ceramics, paintings and a plethora of art works. It is a must visit for any art lover.
Bauhaus Archive Travel Tips
- The tour on Sundays is in German but the timing differs every Sunday, please check with the website.
- If you have a Berlin Pass, then entry to Bauhaus Archive is free.
Entrance Ticket Details For Bauhaus Archive
- Admission Wed-Fri: 7 Euros, reduced 4 Euros
- Admission Sat-Mon: 8 Euros, reduced 5 euros (Except Tuesdays)
Bauhaus Archive Hours
- Please find out the timings for special exhibitions as they keep changing.
- You can check the official website of contact the authorities.
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2.64% of people who visit Berlin include Bauhaus Archive in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
76.92% of people start their Bauhaus Archive visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Bauhaus Archive
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Bauhaus Archive Reviews & Ratings
Stunning and compact exhibition of the history of the Bauhaus school of design. An eye opener to the beauty of work and longevity of design classics. Use the free audio tour for maximum effect.
That sucks- it closed for reinovation for couple years :(
Unfortunately the museum was closed when I visited. A pity, since I read good reviews about the exhibition. However, I also wanted to see this Walter Gropius building. After all he is the founder of Bauhaus. It is not a very typical Bauhaus style building. It is white, and has some of the round and square elements in it, but it was one of his last designs (implemented by someone else, maybe that explains the not-so-typical look). I guess the building has seen better days, so hopefully this whole construction period will restore this landmark building.
good exhibitions and polite personnel.
Museum is currently closed for renovation in preparation for 100 year anniversary next year 2019. Walking around the open areas are definitely worth it though!