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Guided tours for spontaneous visitors in German, English, French or Spanish

The team at the Bernau Visitor Centre for the Bauhaus UNESCO World Heritage Site is now offering guided tours for spontaneous visitors during its opening hours. The cost for spontaneous visitors is 50 EUR for 2 persons, each additional person pays 10 EUR. For spontaneous groups, the usual group prices apply. Subject to availability, guided tours in English, Spanish and French can also be offered at these rates.

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Between the years
Additional guided tours of the Bernau UNESCO World Heritage Site

The visitor centre will be closed on the Christmas holidays and at the turn of the year. However, interested visitors who are looking for culture between the years can take part in an interior tour of the Bauhaus building on 28, 29 and 30 December at 11.30 a.m. each day. Participation is possible by pre-registration in the online shop of the visitor centre.

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UNESCO World Heritage Bauhaus
Visitor Center Bernau

Come and visit us and get to know our extensive exhibition!

Get to know our shop
at the Visitor Center Bernau

In our shop you will find an extensive selection of literature on the Bauhaus and UNESCO World Heritage as well as postcards, Bauhaus merchandise and much more for young and old.

All items can also be easily delivered to your home!

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WINTER OPENING HOURS

WED – SUN | 11 am – 4 pm
(GROUPS & SCHOOL CLASSES
BY APPOINTMENT)

closed on Mondays and Tuesdays
(including holidays)

Address
UNESCO-Welterbe Bauhaus
Besucherzentrum Bernau

Hans-Wittwer-Str. 1
16321 Bernau bei Berlin

+49 3338 | 70 67 87 9
bauhaus@best-bernau.de

How do I get to the Visitor Center?

BY BUS & TRAIN

With the Regionalbahn or the S2 from Berlin to Bernau

FROM BERNAU (B. BERLIN) STATION

By bus (894 or 897) to "Bauhausdenkmal".

Or by bike (20 minutes)
From Bernau station follow the brown signs to the "Bauhaus Denkmal Bernau"

ARRIVAL BY CAR

Exit A11 Bernau Nord
from here follow the brown signs to the "Bauhaus Denkmal Bernau"

Free parking available at the Visitor Center

What does the Visitor Center offer?

Our newly built Visitor Center is located on the Bauhaus Campus Bernau, in the immediate vicinity of the former ADGB Trade Union School, which was built in 1928 to 1930 under the then Bauhaus director Hannes Meyer, the architect Hans Wittwer and with the participation of all Bauhaus workshops.

We invite you to visit our rooms to learn about the eventful and moving history of the construction and use of the Trade Union School (today's UNESCO World Heritage Site Bauhaus in Bernau), to find out more about the architects and Bauhaus students involved in the construction, and to get to know selected pieces of furniture from the original furnishings. The 51 cultural UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Germany are also the subject of our permanent exhibition.

Our guided tours start at the Visitor Center and must be booked in advance online in our ticket shop, by telephone (+49 3338 | 70 6 78 79) or directly on site at the ticket office. In addition, we offer special tours that focus for example on Bauhaus architecture, history or the trade union movement. In order to better understand the entire building ensemble today as well as back then, there will also be the option of a technically supported augmented reality tour in the future.

Special exhibitions, lectures, cinema screenings and workshops for all ages round off our programme.

Rental

You are welcome to rent the premises of the Visitor Centre Bernau for your events. The varied exhibition programme, the quiet location in the countryside and the impressive buildings of the former Trade Union School right outside the door make the Visitor Centre Bernau a unique venue for events such as conferences, lecture series, film screenings or readings.

For information on renting, please contact bauhaus@best-bernau.de

 

Press

Press releases and images for reporting and research are available on request.
Please contact us via telephone at +49 3338 70 67 879 or via e-mail at bauhaus@best-bernau.de.

 

Photo 1: © Laure Catugier | Photos 2-7: © Stefan Söll | Photos 8-9: © Jean Molitor