History connects us. Exhibitions Program Our Museums Current Exhibitions Das Brandenburger Tor mit der Quadriga steht als eines der bekanntesten Berliner Baudenkmäler auf dem kommenden Plakatmotiv zur Ausstellung stellvertretend für die Stadt. © Stadtmuseum Berlin BerlinZEIT The city makes history!From 1 December, the Stadtmuseum Berlin will be showing the newly revised permanent exhibition on Berlin’s city history in the Museum Ephraim-Palais. Learn More Special ExhibitionMark Dion. Delirious Toys Zum Kunstherbst 2023 hat der US-amerikanische Künstler Mark Dion aus Objekten der Spielzeugsammlung des Stadtmuseums Berlin ein Kunstwerk geschaffen. Museum Nikolaikirche Special ExhibitionHere and Now. Women⁺ Experiencing Homelessness in Berlin Poverty is an omnipresent reality in Berlin. Homeless women+ often go unseen or are deliberately overlooked. Some use camouflage for self-protection. The association querstadtein e.V. has dedicated an Open Space at BERLIN GLOBAL to the perspectives and experiences of (formerly) homeless women+. BERLIN GLOBAL Permanent ExhibitionEveryday Life in Biedermeier Berlin Humboldt, Schinkel and the Knoblauch family Museum Knoblauchhaus Special ExhibitionWe’re staying! Gentrification and resistance in Berlin Open Space | Berlin Exhibition at the Humboldt Forum BERLIN GLOBAL Special Exhibition30 kg Open Space | Berlin Exhibition at the Humboldt Forum BERLIN GLOBAL Permanent ExhibitionLife in the Middle Ages Watch, participate, understand history Museumsdorf Düppel Program Mark Dion. Delirious Toys, Nikolaiviertel, Christmas program, Special Programme Ukraine, Music, Theatre, Film Nikolai-Music on Friday Organ music at the end of the week as part of the exhibition “Mark Dion. Delirious Toys” Museum Nikolaikirche Guided Tour BERLIN GLOBAL in 60 minutes In 60 minutes, you can turn the “Wheel of History”, dance inside a giant disco ball or discover local history through telescopes in the windows of the Humboldt Forum. The tour opens up a dialogue with visitors through an interactive experience of global dynamics in historical and contemporary Berlin. BERLIN GLOBAL Open Space, Open Spaces, Guided Tour Berlin, Berlin… My city is changing Public tandem guided tour with Barbara Bernardi und Vincent Voignier BERLIN GLOBAL Event calendar Berlin stories Loot – 10 Stories The Mauritshuis in The Hague is showing “Loot – 10 Stories”, an art project in which the stories of objects from three epochs are brought to life with virtual reality: Art looted by French revolutionaries in 1795, everyday objects taken from Jewish forced levies from 1939 onwards, and colonial looted art. The Stadtmuseum Berlin is represented by three loans: Silver objects formerly owned by Jews, a chest of drawers from the Reichsbank furniture collection and a horse’s head from the Quadriga of 1793.Article, 5 min Lesezeit Building block toys – A brief cultural history Take a tour through the history of building block toys: from their beginnings in the 19th century to the present day.Article, 6 min Lesezeit Lyonel Feininger. Retrospektive The German-American artist Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956) is a classic of modern art. The Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt am Main is dedicating the first major retrospective in Germany for over 25 years to the painter and graphic artist. A special loan from the painting collection of the Stadtmuseum Berlin is included.Article, 4 min Lesezeit In My View: Andreas | Museumsdorf Düppel (UT dt./ engl.) Andreas was born in Friedrichshain and works as a train driver. In his free time, he enjoys medieval music. In the Museumsdorf Düppel in the Nikolassee district of Berlin, Andreas is involved in the Förderverein Museumsdorf Düppel e.V. Here, he and his family look after a house and its garden. Video 01:06 Minute The Märkisches Museum’s “Special Silver Inventory” Nearly five hundred silver pieces, including spoons, charm bracelets, children’s rattles and other objects, are stored in a metal cabinet in the Stadtmuseum Berlin’s collection depot. The objects originate from compulsory levies placed on Jewish people from 1939 onwards, and provide insight into a project that the Stadtmuseum Berlin has been carrying out since 1996 to clarify the provenance of each individual object.Article, 9 min Lesezeit African American Performers 1877-1933 From the Jubilee Singers to Jazz: African American Performers and Musicians in Berlin, 1877-1933.Short-Story, 9 min Lesezeit Lost Place: Marinehaus Short-Story, 1 min Lesezeit The Sound of Berlin Well known for its distinctive and rebellious spirit, the music of Berlin has also been a powerful unifying force for the city throughout its history. Discover Berlin’s unique sounds in 70 songs and pieces of music from seven decades!Article, 1 min Lesezeit The AVUS 24th September 2021 marked the one hundredth anniversary of the opening of the “Automobil-Verkehrs- und Übungsstraße” (AVUS) [Automobile traffic and training road]. Races at the AVUS were one of Berlin’s most popular sporting events and at their peak drew in over 300,000 people.Article, 2 min Lesezeit The door of the techno-club “Tresor” Between the rooms “Free Space” and “Boundaries” at BERLIN GLOBAL stands a very special door: the steel door of the legendary club “Tresor” at Leipziger Straße 126a. In the series “Favourite Object” we present it.Article, 4 min Lesezeit From Curious to Worth Knowing Discover city stories online: Our Berlin stories give you comprehensive insights into Berlin’s past and present! Discover now!