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Knoblauchhaus, Berlin

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4.7/5 based on 30 reviews on the web
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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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  • This is one of only a few buildings in the amazing Nikolvietel area that is original and escaped the destruction of WW2 bombing. A beautiful looking building in one of Berlin's most visited districts,...  read more »
  • This lovely house, that doesn't have anything to do with garlic, is truly a hidden gem in Berlin. The view you get of the house of a respected and rich business family is truly stunning. The place bre...  read more »
  • Interesting way to see how people lived back then. It's free, but you can leave a donation. Lovely staff as well!
  • 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.
  • Absolutely brilliant little museum. Well worth the time. And unlike other rather expensive museums actually worth the visit.
  • I felt transported back - a wonderful experience in the past!
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