The worldwide biggest collection on the history of the Bauhaus is home to the Bauhaus-Archive - Museum für Gestaltung in berlib. The shown exhibits give an insight into the history of this world-famous design school.
Numerious documents and photos make life and work of the famous Bauhaus teachers and their students come alive. The names that have left the largest impression on the school like Walter Gropius, Lyonel Feiniger, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy or Vassily Kandinsky, to name but a few, are extensively documented in the archive. Various temporary exhibitions are dedicated to contemporaneous subjects from architecture, design and composition.
Since the intersting in Bauhaus and also the number of visitors to the archive are growing incessantly, the Bauhaus-Archive will relocation into a new building for the Bauhaus centenary in 2019.
Top10 Team Insiders' tip: You can enjoy a nice brunch on selected Sundays in the Bauhaus Café.
- Wednesday to Monday: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
- Tueday: closed
- Ticket Prices: Wednesday to Friday 6,00 euro, discount ticket 3,00 Euro; Saturday to Monday: 7,00 euro, discount ticket 4,00 euro
- Barrier Free: Suited for wheelchair access, wheelchairs can be borrowed.
- Audio Guides: German, English, Italian, French, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese (against deposit of ID-card or 20,00 euro); Texts on the permanent exhibition in English, French, Spanish and Italian.
- Parking: Difficult, however the museum can easily be reached from the bus stop Lützowplatz.
- Events: Dates of current events at the Bauhaus-Archiv like the Brunch, special presentations to particular exhibitions, family eventy or free tours on Sunday can be found on the internet site of the Bauhaus Archiv.