Bröhan Museum

The Bröhan-Museum is close to Schloss Charlottenburg and devoted to Art Nouveau, Art Deco and Functionalism.
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The big, bright rooms of Charlottenburg’s Bröhan-Museum hold furniture and entire room layouts with pieces from the era of Art Nouveau and Art Deco, all of it tastefully arranged. Floral elements and elegant objects, crafted with absolute precision enthral the visitor. Add to that living accessoires like elegantly curved lamps and vases and marvel at objects made of glass, ceramics and porcelain. But also table utensils of silver and metal show the development from craftsmanship to industrial production, from the Art Nouveau to Modernism.

Focal points of the collection are the works of the French and Belgian Art Nouveau, its German and Scandinavian counterparts and the French Art Deco. Current exhibition deal with subjects from modern design.

Editors Rating

Erlebnisfaktor
3.75

Familien- / Gruppentauglichkeit
4.5

Aktivitätsfaktor
3.5

Wetterunabhängigkeit
5

Total
4.19

Address

Bröhan Museum

Schloßstraße 1a, 14049 Berlin

Quarter

Charlottenburg

Info

Business Hours

Tuesday to Sunday

10:00 am - 06:00 pm

Important information

Price Level

Adults: 8,00 euro, discount ticket at 5,00 euro. Children under 18 and school classes with reservation: free

Children's Programme

Family Sundays at the Bröhan-Museum: Discover the World of Art Nouveau, every third Sunday of the month at 11:00 am - no ticket needed.

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