Top 5 museums in Charlottenburg


What to do in Berlin? My guests always ask me. Luckily for them, that I am working on a BertaBerlin map for Charlottenburg right now. It takes a lot of time to discover and test all the places, but here you have my Top 5 museums of Charlottenburg. If you want to find more hidden gems of the German capital, pick a map in my shop.


Top 5 museums of Charlottenburg
Bröhan Museum in Charlottenburg, pic by Emi Bohacek

Bröhan Museum


The museum devotes itself to the Jugendstil, kind of Déco and Funktionalismus. Here you can walk through a Jugendstil room with historical furniture and art. On the first Wednesday every month the entry is free as well as they offer free guided tours and workshops.


Schlossstraße 1a

14059 Berlin (Charlottenburg)

Station: U7 Richard-Wagner-Platz

Tue–Sun 10–18h


Top 5 museums of Charlottenburg
Berggruen Collection

Museum Berggruen


Paintings of Picasso, Klee, Matisse & many more found their home in the Berggruen Museum to the once private art collection of patron, Heinz Berggruen. Discover almost 200 impressive works.


Schlossstraße 1

14059 Berlin (Charlottenburg)

Station: S41, S42, S46 Westend

Tue–Fr 10–18h, Sat–Sun 11–18h

Guided tours on Sun 15h


Top 5 museums of Charlottenburg
C/O Berlin in Charlottenburg, pic by David von Becker

C/O Berlin


This exhibition venue for photography and visual media shows works by renowned artists and promotes emerging talent. You can check the website for exhibition tours.


Hardenbergstraße 22–24

10623 Berlin (Charlottenburg)

Station: U2, U9, S3, S5, S7, S9 Zoologischer  Garten

Daily 11–20h


Top 5 museums of Charlottenburg
Helmut Newton Stiftung, pic by Stephan Müller

Helmut Newton Stiftung


In the former Landwehrkasino in Berlin Charlottenburg you can see the often provocative photography of Helmut Newton. But the foundation also exhibits the work of other artists and photographers in order to create a dialogue with Helmut Newton‘s oeuvre.


Jebensstraße 2

10623 Berlin (Charlottenburg)

Station: U2, U9, S3, S5, S7, S9 Zoologischer  Garten

Tue–Wed, Fr–Sun 11–19h, Thu 11–20h


Top 5 museums of Charlottenburg
Villa Oppenheim in Charlottenburg

Villa Oppenheim – Museum


This Museum was founded in 1987 and dedicated to the everyday history of Charlottenburg and Berlin in general. It is possible to book guided tours in either English or French.


Schlossstraße 55

14059 Berlin (Charlottenburg)

Station: U2 Sophie-Charlotte-Platz

Tue–Fr 10–17h, Sat–Sun 11–17h 


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