Knoblauchhaus

Knoblauchhaus

The world of the Biedermeier

Knoblauchhaus – © Stiftung Stadtmuseum, Foto: Michael Setzpfand

The Knoblauchhaus in the Nikolai district counts as one of the most beautiful Berliner townhouses. The three-storey baroque building was erected in 1760 and has a gently curved façade. A visit to the Knoblauchhaus provides an opportunity to dive into the world of the Biedermeier: original reconstructed living rooms on the first floor are dedicated to the Knoblauch family members, and with their precious interiors let the spark of times-past live again.

On the second level information of the time is provided by every day objects, pictures and family documents about social life, the economy, politics, and architecture. The visitors can page through copies of historical letters, investigate the Knoblauch family sphere of activity and thereby obtain a vivid picture of the Berliner life within the Biedermeier. Out of the tiers of the Knoblauch family came merchants, architects, community politicians and scientists who helped form the Berlin social and economic life of their era.

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Poststraße 23
10178 Berlin Mitte
Tel.: 030 – 24002162
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To: Poststraße 23
10178 Berlin

Free admission, donations are welcome

Tue - Sun10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
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