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Housed in a former railway station, this museum opened in 1996 as the Museum for Contemporary Art, and is part of Berlin's Nationalgalerie. The collection focuses on art since 1960, including the ever-popular Erich Marx collection.

 

Situated on the Museum Island, the museum is subdivided into the Antiquity Collection, the Middle East Museum, and the Museum of Islamic Art.

 

The view from the top of this cathedral offers a wonderful sketching opportunity for your students.

One of the newest museums in the German capital which collects art - both local and international - dating from 1870 to the present day. Fine art – painting, graphics, sculpture, multimedia – photography, architecture and artists’ archives make up this fascinating collection.

 

The Museum für Fotografie (Museum of Photography) is a magnet for art enthusiasts all over the world, presenting exciting exhibitions on diverse topics in the history of photography.

 

Take to Berlin’s streets and discover some of the latest and greatest examples of street art, graffiti and mural art in this famous capital of urban art. On your tour you’ll take a detailed look at over 50 local and international artists on the streets and in the studios of local artists. Your guide will be a street artist and they will show you some of the best stencil art, throw ups, mural art, paste ups, tagging, adbusting, heaven spots, burners and installations, while teaching your students who is behind the art and what their motivations are. The art changes rapidly in the streets so there is always fresh work and you might even get the chance to see an artist doing a piece live.

Take to Berlin’s streets and discover some of the latest and greatest examples of street art, graffiti and mural art in this famous capital of urban art. On your tour you’ll take a detailed look at over 50 local and international artists on the streets and in the studios of local artists. Your guide will be a street artist and they will show you some of the best stencil art, throw ups, mural art, paste ups, tagging, adbusting, heaven spots, burners and installations, while teaching your students who is behind the art and what their motivations are. The art changes rapidly in the streets so there is always fresh work and you might even get the chance to see an artist doing a piece live.

You’ll then get to take part in a workshop where you’ll receive instructions on various street art and graffiti techniques from both local and international artists. Students will then get to make their very own piece to take home with them.

 

Take a tour of this now redeveloped, famous sporting venue, originally built for the 1936 Olympic Games, made famous by Jesse Owens’ four gold medals.

Groups can visit the fabulous cinema at Potsdamer Platz. Bowling Am Schillerpark. This bowling alley is the most popular of four available in Berlin. 

The large indoor market in the centre of the city is an ideal place to put language skills to the test and pick up a bargain or two.

Take a cruise along the River Spree on this tour and see all the major attractions of the city while learning about the intriguing history of Berlin.

Located at the very heart of the city on the Alexanderplatz, the Berlin TV tower is part of German history: in the sixties the East German government had the TV tower built to demonstrate the strength and efficiency of the socialist party system. Today the tower, Berlin’s highest structure, shapes the skyline of the German capital city and has fantastic views - and serves as a landmark of the reunited Germany. Your group can pinpoint the many landmarks and attend the free exhibition.

The Alte Nationalgalerie is home to Romantic and Impressionist masterpieces, as well as a world-class collection of works by Adolph Menzel. The museum’s collection dates back to a gift from the banker Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Wagener to the Prussian state in 1861, a donation of 262 works with an emphasis on Belgian history painting and the Düsseldorf school.

After the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, hundreds of artists from all over the world gathered and transformed the eastside of the Wall with their paintings, giving the Wall a new face in a new time. Known as The East Side Gallery, this section of the Wall is a special place where art has become the expression for a unique point in time of the history of a separated Germany. It is a meeting point that talks about an old Berlin and a new Berlin, a separated and a unified Germany.

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