Georg-Kolbe-Museum

Georg-Kolbe-Museum

An artist’s home turned museum

– © Georg-Kolbe-Museum

A visit to the Georg-Kolbe-Museum promises a very different kind of artistic experience: the former residential building with the late artist‘s studio, and the garden with sculptures by Georg Kolbes has been opened to the public. Georg Kolbe (1877-1947) willed in his testament that his house should be opened to visitors as a showcase of his life’s work. Now the many objects he created in his life can be experienced in their original surroundings for the first time. A café, where you can relax after your visit has been added, and special exhibitions with works by contemporary artists round off this very special venue.

Aside from the sculptures and graphics by Kolbe, the complex consisting of his former residence, his studio and his garden is an impressive example of architectural and landscaping styles of the 1920ies.

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Sensburger Allee 25
14055 Berlin Charlottenburg
Tel.: 030 – 3042144
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Admission 5.00 €, reduced 3.00 €.
Children up to 18 years have free admission.

Tue - Sun10am - 6pm
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