The Steglitz Museum is located in an art nouveau mansion in one of the oldest streets of the city’s Lichterfelde district. It tells the story and many small anecdotes of the city districts of Steglitz, Lankwitz, Lichterfelde and Südende. Visitors can discover the vestiges of the life and times of people in the Steglitz district: from the Wandervogel movement established in Steglitz in 1901 and the world’s first electric streetcar in Lichterfelde to the story of the aviation pioneer Otto Lilienthal and his brother Gustav, who built numerous Lichterfelde homes in a very special style. Special exhibitions deal with urban development and contemporary history, such as the construction of the Teltow Canal or the Nazi era and the end of the war in Steglitz, but also refresh our memory of forgotten artists.
|Tue - Fri, Sun
|3 p.m. - 6 p.m.