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Knoblauchhaus, Berlin

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  • This is a free place to get warm while walking about. Not really much to see here. A bit if old furniture. I guess its of interest cause it survived the devastation of WW2 but if it was anywhere else ...  more »
  • A family, how she lived, worked, engaged in the Biedermeier: on several floors with furniture (even the "death bed" by Alexander von Humboldt!) Pictures, statues, plans & toy of the Biedermeier period. Worth seeing, very dedicated staff and free. Donations appreciated. Not suitable for wheelchair users, since stairs.
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  • Knoblauchhausun's three-storey corner building in the late Baroque style located in the Nikolaiviertel, is considered one of the few bourgeois homes still preserved from the era of late ' 800. With the support of family descendants Knoblauch, in the time after a thorough restoration was transformed into a museum. Inside, one can admire the Berliner Biedermeier: the rooms formerly used as living quarters and a store, have been faithfully reconstructed and furnished with furniture, paintings, porcelain, photographs, letters and books of the time. Really well preserved even in furnishing elements, visit and admission is always free (there's a box for free offers for the Foundation which manages the Museum), inside there is also a wardrobe always free and provides a small guide with map of the House. Very friendly staff, helpful to explain some curiosity dui various items inside and ready to give historical information about the surrounding area. A good surprise, I recommend it.
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  • I loved this museum. It brings to life how a family lived, worked and what were the daily struggles. Fantastic pieces of home décor from 1835-40. Staff in this museum is very kind, attentive and friendly.
  • Interesting house to explore. Not large but gave a flavour of the family who lived there from when it was first built and how they made their fortunes. Well worth a visit.
  • Interesting way to see how people lived back then. It's free, but you can leave a donation. Lovely staff as well!
  • Nice place to visit located in historical part of Berlin. Entrance is free.
  • Absolutely brilliant little museum. Well worth the time. And unlike other rather expensive museums actually worth the visit.