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WHERE TO GO IN BERLIN

WHERE TO GO IN BERLIN Clubs Cultural Entertainment & Shopping Museums & Exhibitions QIU Lounge Martin Gropius Bau The Gay Museum The QIU Lounge looks out over Potsdamer Platz giving customers a clear view of one of Berlin’s most famous squares. The venue is connected to the Michelin-starred restaurant Facil. QIU stays open until 3am most nights of the week and the cocktail menu is worth sampling. If you’re having difficulty making a decision, try the whisky sour. It comes highly recommended. QIU LOUNGE The Mandala Hotel Potsdamer Straße 3 10785 Berlin Tel: +49 (0)30 590 05 1230 http://www.themandala.de/ dining.html Metro S + U Potsdamer Platz U2 S1 S2 S25 The Martin Gropius Bau is featuring German artist Meret Oppenheim this month. She was born in Berlin on 6 October 1913 and is counted among the most important female artists of the 20th century. She was a significant protagonist of Surrealism. Her work involved a playful and humorous use of everyday materials. The show Comprises 190 of her works. Opening hours: Tue – Sat 6.30 pm to 11 pm MARTIN-GROPIUS-BAU Niederkirchnerstraße 7 10963 Berlin +49 30 254860 www.gropiusbau.de Wed-Mon 10:00–19:00 Metro S + U Potzdamer Platz U2 S1 S2 S25 As the only institution of its kind the Gay Museum is dedicated to the diversity of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transidentified lifestyles in history, culture and art. The museum collects, stores and presents documents and witness accounts from the many decades of queer life. Alongside the permanent historical exhibition, ‘Self-confidence and Persistence: 200 Years of History’ the museum regularly holds various exhibitions. SCHWULES MUSEUM Mehringdamm 61 10961 Berlin Tel +49-(0)30-69599050 www.schwulesmuseum.de Metro U Mehringdamm U7, U6 Tue-Sun 10:00-19:00 Museum for Communication Museum for Communication QIU Lounge The Museum for Communication Berlin houses the past and the future under one roof. Its permanent exhibition enables visitors to learn about and experience the origins and historic development of postal systems as well as the future prospects of our present information society. The museum also displays parts of its large collections of historic objects. The Gay Museum MUSEUM FÜR KOMMUNIKATION BERLIN Leipziger Straße 16 10117 Berlin-Mitte Tel+49 (0)30 202 94 0 www.mspt.de Tue-Sun 10:00-18:00 Martin Gropius Bau Metro U Mohrenstra e U2 U Stadtmitte U2 U6 38

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