Hamburger Bahnhof

  Side entrance for wheelchair users, corridor and main entrance to the Museum.

Side entrance for wheelchair users, corridor and main entrance to the Museum.

First of all, I would totally recommend this museum to architecture lovers as an amazing example of adaptation of an old railway station for new use. The whole space is divided into different zones. This museum is quite big and if you want to visit all the exhibitions, you better save 2-3 hours for a visit. They usually have nice selection of different artist, which they exhibit simultaniously in different zones.

  Ramps to access the main exhibitions, automatic lift and a member of the staff that kindly helped me all the way to the other building that was not accessible due to the age of the building. 

Ramps to access the main exhibitions, automatic lift and a member of the staff that kindly helped me all the way to the other building that was not accessible due to the age of the building. 

Some of the exhibition halls need to be accessed by an elevator, but there is always a member of the staff there to help you out. Very friendly folks.

I visited a fantastic film exhibition by Julian Rosefeldt called Manifesto. There are 13 beautifully crafted monologues divided in video installations, amazing and intriguing.

I kind of felt a bit guilty in the end because the weather was very nice outdoors and I literally spent about 4 hours browsing around this beautiful old station converted into a contemporary art museum.

  Wheelchair friendly exhibition halls.

Wheelchair friendly exhibition halls.

They also have a fully wheelchair-friendly restaurant / coffee shop for a little break. 

Hamburger Bahnhof is a great place to hang out while in Berlin and a great spot to learn, think and dream.

 

Invalidenstraße 50-5110557 Berlin, Germany 

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