Exciting insights into the capital's multifaceted landscape of monuments.
Once a year, always on the second Sunday in September, the Stiftung Deutscher Denkmalschutz (German Monument Protection Foundation) invites you throughout Germany to the Open Monument Day. In Berlin, too, doors that are otherwise closed are opened to you on this day every year and unique insights into hidden interiors are granted.
The focus is on listed buildings in Berlin that you may not have looked at more closely: Statues and monuments, churches and industrial plants, palaces and windmills, residential buildings and gardens or archaeological sites, and of course UNESCO World Heritage sites.
The visits and guided tours are mostly free of charge. Watch restorers or craftsmen at work and be surprised by what committed citizens have done on a voluntary basis to preserve a monument.
Go on a discovery tour!