Bröhan Museum

Schloßstraße 1a, Berlin, 14059
Admission: EUR 8
(-25% with the Welcome Card only valid for the permanent collection)

Opening Times

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 1000 - 1800
Wednesday: 1000 - 1800
Thursday: 1000 - 1800
Friday: 1000 - 1800
Saturday: 1000 - 1800
Sunday: 1000 - 1800
Closed on December 24 and 31.
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Tbue : U-Bahn (Richard-Wagner-Platz or Sophie-Charlotte-Platz) S-Bahn (Westend).

The Bröhan Museum is a museum of art and design in Berlin, specialised in Art Nouveau, Art Déco and the Berlin Secession. The collection has two areas of primary interest: decorative arts and painting. Founded by Karl H. Bröhan, the collection was donated to the city of Berlin in 1981 and is hosted in its current location since 1983.

The objects displayed in the museum are representatives of each period and have been chosen for their emblematic style and extraordinary quality. Each particular phase of late-19th/early-20th century in art history is represented with art, design and furniture. Glassware, metalware and ceramics are displayed alongside paintings.

Many major figures from the history of decorative art and furniture-making are represented, including Friedrich Adler, Peter Behrens, Emile Gallé, Josef Hoffmann, Georg Jensen, Archibald Knox, Bruno Paul, and Henry van de Velde.

The painting collection is focused on the Berlin Secession, and includes Hans Baluschek, Walter Leistikow, Lesser Ury and Karl Hagemeister.

The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions on related themes.

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