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Georg Kolbe Museum
Georg Kolbe Museum

Georg Kolbe Museum

After the death of famous German sculptor Georg Kolbe, his home and studio in West Berlin were converted into a museum in 1950. Discover over 200 of the artist’s statues at the museum, plus a few crafted by Kolbe’s contemporaries. See beautiful examples of architectural modernism in the museum’s two buildings connected by a large garden with tall trees.

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Sensburger Allee 25, Berlin, Germany, 14055

The basics

Learn about the life and work of Georg Kolbe at this museum displaying his sculptures, most of which are bronzes. The collection is dominated by nudes dating back to the 1910s and 1920s. Travelers interested in seeing many sights might want to investigate the Berlin Pass, a single pass that includes entry to over 50 attractions across Berlin. Choose either a two- or three-day pass to explore many museums in Berlin for one price.

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Things to know before you go

  • The Georg Kolbe Museum is a must-see attraction for travelers interested in art and sculpture.
  • The peaceful location and large garden give this museum a particularly relaxed feel.
  • The museum is home to the K Cafe that serves soups, salads, quiches, cakes, coffee, and wine; the cafe has a pretty outdoor terrace.
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How to get there

The Georg Kolbe Museum is located in West Berlin at Sensburger Allee 25. It can be reached by public transportation and is a short walk away from the S-Bahn at Heerstraße and U-Bahn at U Neu-Westend. It is near other attractions, including the Olympic Stadium.

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When to get there

The museum is open from Tuesday through Sunday. The large garden and close proximity to Georg Kolbe Grove make this museum a popular pick during good weather. Visit during the week versus the weekend for the most peaceful experience.

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More Georg Kolbe

In addition to the museum, fans of Georg Kolbe’s work can stroll to the nearby Georg Kolbe Grove, a park that features several of the artist’s large-scale sculptures. George Kolbe is also buried nearby, alongside his wife at the Heerstraße Cemetery.

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