In the medieval Gothic house in Spandau's old town, the Berlin Spandau Tourist Information welcomes you on the ground floor. There you can also discover late Gothic reticulated ribbed vaults and, on the upper floor, finds from Spandau's history.
In the middle of Spandau's old town lies a wonderfully restored old brick building whose oldest brickwork dates back to the 15th century: the Gothic House. It is actually Spandau's and Berlin's oldest surviving town house and impresses not only with its late Gothic reticulated ribbed vault on the ground floor. Archaeological remains of the fieldstone well that belonged to the medieval stone house can also be seen.
In this historical ambience, the Tourist Info Gothic House on the ground floor invites all visitors to inform themselves about the numerous offers of Berlin Spandau and to make use of various services.
The Tourist Info offers you:
- Tickets for boat trips and events
- Accommodation service
- Arrangement of city guides
- Holiday tips and advice on planning excursions
- City maps, cycle maps and flyers
You can start your exploration of Spandau, one of Berlin's greenest and historically most important districts, right on the spot:
The Museum of City History housed in the Gothic House and the changing art exhibitions provide a good introduction and invite you to make interesting discoveries.