Vous découvrirez les objets d'artisanat et les produits faits maison des habitants du quartier en vous rendant au charmant marché de Noël devant le musée Bröhan. À deux pas du grand marché de Noël du château de Charlottenburg, le petit marché a lieu le 2ème weekend de l'Avent, dans une ambiance conviviale.
L'artisanat au lieu du commerce : les voisins se retrouvent dans la cour du musée Bröhan pour une joyeuse rencontre, organisée par "Kiezbündnis Klausenerplatz e.V.".
Christmas in the neighborhood
Neighbors meet in the courtyard of the Bröhan Museum for a festive gathering organized by the “Kiezbündnis Klausenerplatz eV”.
The exhibitors of some 40 stands are specially selected for the Christmas market, where local merchants present their products in particular. The market focuses on the neighborhood's intergenerational community rather than commerce.
So you are sure to find unique gifts: high-quality crafts and beautiful art objects, handmade gifts and beautifully made Christmas decorations. Everything you see on the stands is handmade and with love.
Cultural program of the Christmas market
On the festively decorated stage , schools, dance studios and daycares perform songs, plays and readings for visitors to the Christmas market.
You can also enjoy mulled wine, sausages, crusty bread, coffee, local snacks and homemade cakes. Children's punch and hot chocolate for the little ones as well as mulled wine, coffee with or without digestive and mead for the older ones are obviously there.
Art Nouveau and Art Deco: the Brohän Museum
The Bröhan Museum presents works of art, crafts and Art Nouveau, Art Deco and design furniture from the period between 1880 and 1940. You can visit a succession of rooms decorated with furniture and Art Nouveau elements and admire vases and coffee sets in the simpler style of Art Deco and functionalism. One room is devoted to the works of the Berlin secessionists; there you will find works by Lesser Ury and Walter Leistikow.
- charms of the Christmas market in front of the Bröhan Museum
- Neighborhood products and art
- Cozy gathering in the neighborhood
- Friendly atmosphere in the courtyard of the Bröhan Museum
- Stage entertainment
- Close proximity to top museums and Charlottenburg Palace
Our tips for your visit to the Christmas market in front of the Bröhan Museum
Combine your visit to the Christmas market with a visit to a museum.
A stone's throw from the Bröhan Museum is the Berggruen Museum and its collection of classic modern art with paintings by Picasso, Cézanne and Klee. You can continue your experience of the art of surrealism with the Scharf-Gerstenberg collection opposite.
To learn more about the life and history of the neighborhood, visit the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf Quarter Museum in the historic Villa Oppenheim.
If you're in the mood for a party, a visit to the romantic Christmas market at Charlottenburg Palace is worth a look.
Finally, we recommend that you visit Charlottenburg Palace. The castle, with its impressive successions of suites and rooms, is the largest and one of the most impressive castles in Berlin. When it snows, the baroque park turns into an enchanted winter paradise, perfect for a long walk.
Opening hours and prices
- Date : La date de ce marché de Noël n'est malheureusement pas encore connue
- Opening hours: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
- Free admission
By car: You must use public parking spaces. As the number of parking spaces is limited, we recommend that you use public transport.
By public transport:
- Underground: U7 Richard-Wagner-Platz
- Bus: M45 Richard-Wagner-Platz
- Bus 109, M145 Luisenplatz / Schloss Charlottenburg