‪Haus am Waldsee‬

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‪Haus am Waldsee‬
3.5
‪11:00 - 18:00‬
‪Tuesday‬
11:00 - 18:00
‪Wednesday‬
11:00 - 18:00
‪Thursday‬
11:00 - 18:00
‪Friday‬
11:00 - 18:00
‪Saturday‬
11:00 - 18:00
‪Sunday‬
11:00 - 18:00
The area
Address
שכונה: שטגליץ-צלנדורף (רובע)
‪How to get there‬
  • ‪‪Mexikoplatz‬ • 9 min walk‬
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‪194 within 5 kms‬
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‪40 within 5 kms‬

3.5
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juergen33
קניסנה, דרום אפריקה‪169 contributions‬
‪Beautiful art space off the beaten track‬
זוגות • ינו׳ 2016
‪Okay, visiting this place means going the extra mile, literally. From Mitte, the S1 will take you to Mexikoplatz in 30 minutes from where it is another 5 minute walk.

This small contemporary art center is housed in an old beautiful villa sitting in a gorgeous garden right at a small lake. The center features rather small yet usually well curated exhibitions in a very special setting, taking you back to the good old days when the established avant-garde artist scene was tucked away in the leafy suburbs of West Berlin´s Southwest.

In summer, bring along a good book or newspaper, as there is a small café offering tasty pastries and hot drinks which you may take to the great garden, an ideal hangout on a sunny day in spring, summer, and fall. The Haus am Waldsee is also great in a snowy winter setting (see my pics).‬
‪Written 18 בינואר 2016‬
‪This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.‬

Lavarcham
לונדון, UK‪3,478 contributions‬
‪Focus on Berlin artists‬
חברים • נוב׳ 2014
‪The museum is not on the beaten tourist track but I try to visit when I’m in Berlin and have occasionally seen some memorable exhibitions. On this last visit in November, the artist was Michael Sailstorfer. There were some interesting pieces, some thought provoking and some amusing. On the whole worth the journey to see them. As well as the exhibits inside the house, there are also various works in the lovely garden. I rather liked the bus stop turned into a one man room entitled “Living with transport connections’. Sailstorfer contributed to the Folkestone Triennial by secretly burying 30 24 carat gold pieces under the sand of the Outer Harbour beach. The sculpture is the daily digging to find them and of course no one will ever know how many have been found. Nice idea.‬
‪Written 14 בפברואר 2015‬
‪This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC.‬
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