It was 8 euro to get in and not worth it, the museum is only 2 rooms, I was pretty much done looking at everything Within 20 mins. The shop was small and over priced, and I waited in the cafe for the rest for...More
About Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design (Bauhaus Archiv Museum fur Gestaltung)
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This quirky little museum is actually quite a small display with only two rooms of objects. It took about an hour to visit. Intitially we were disappointed at the size of display. However, if you take the time to linger and use the audio guide...More
If you're on the Bauhaus trail in Germany, then you'll want to come to the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin. Housed in a eye-catching building designed by Walter Gropius, the museum focuses on the work and teachings of the Bauhaus movement. It's surprisingly small and you...More
Hitler closed the Bauhaus in 1933 but the collection remains today as a monument to what he clearly felt threatened by: the concept of movement and futurism. Like most death cults this probably stemmed from the psychosis of an individual who could not face complimenting...More
A must see museum in Berlin. I was fortunate to stay near this museum whom I enjoyed quiet a lot. The history of design and all the info displayed are amazing. I would recommend this museum to anyone interested in the evolution of contemporary design.
the staff (mostly elderly ladies) are awful. extremely rude and act more like prison wardens. giving two stars only for the museum as it was interesting. they should have a major rethink of the customer service. maybe the old ladies are volunteers so they get...More
I wish I could give it a Zero rating. The display is so small we were ready to leave in 20 minutes. The staff was rude. I regret that we wasted the time on this. There are so many more interesting things to see and...More
Its very small and very little items, expected much more. Staff unfriendly with very poor english. Audio guide was preety good and gave some good information and explanations to the items in the exhibition. Very nice gift shop with many beautiful modern sesign items.
This has got to be the smallest museum I've ever been too. Was definitely not worth €8. The entrance, exterior and simple fact that there's a Bauhaus museum in Germany is impressive, but wow does this disappoint. If u do come here, stand at the...More