- Address: Niederkirchnerstraße 7 | Ecke Stresemannstr. 110, 10963 Berlin, Germany
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-30254860
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art Gallery, Exhibition
Martin Gropius Bau has played various roles in terms of the exhibits it possesses. Initially an art gallery, this building of renaissance style is an exhibition hall today. This building was made by the celebrated architect Martin Gropius and is named after him because of the perfect execution of the Schinkel architecture. He was the great uncle of the well known- Walter Gropius. The building like many other places in Berlin was destroyed in the year 1945 and today is one of the restored marvels of the city.
Martin-gropius-bau Travel Tips
- Online tickets are available on the official website.
Entrance Ticket Details For Martin-gropius-bau
- Ticket price vary depending on the event.
- Admission for visitors of 16 or under : free.
- For reduced tickets, visit the official website.
- Ticket office : 10am - 6:30pm(Wednesday to Monday)
How to Reach Martin-gropius-bau
- Nearest travel terminal: S Anhalter Bahnhof (Berlin). Bus from this stop: M41
- Nearby Subway station: Potsdamer Platz
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Martin-gropius-bau Reviews & Ratings
interesting exhibitions and all, rooms can be a bit too small and crowded at times but otherwise a super nice museum, definitely go visit if you are in Berlin! you can even buy your tickets in advance on their website to avoid waiting in a long queue :)
Amazing details on this exposition center. The coffee shop is well worth a visit
I have been here a couple of times over the years and have been impressed by their large and well laid out exhibitions spaces. My only reservation is that the tickets don't allow you to go to all of the exhibitions -- just the one you purchased. I saw the fascinating Gurlitt show.
Interesting building, very spatious inside. I visited it during the European Film Market and it was impressive the amount of stands it hosted.
Very nice architecture and the building alone is worth visiting. Depending on the exhibition, it's hard to give a rating. Sometimes you get to see quite a lot, sometimes it's just one or two rooms. And depends on taste of course.