The Bauhaus Archive is a presentation of the history and work of Bauhaus, the most important school of architecture, design & art in 20th century Germany.
The extensive collections showcase artefacts which demonstrate the achievements made by the school in the field of design, architecture, art, education and photography. It is the most complete collection of work found anywhere.
The exhibitions and collections are displayed within an impressive building designed by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius and is a commonly known landmark in the city.
Enjoyed by artists, deisgners and lovers of both and art and deisgn, the Bauhaus Archive is a popular museum with visitors to Berlin.
For more information, including venue opening hours, visit the Bauhaus Archive website.