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Haus am Waldsee

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The Haus am Waldsee in Berlin-Zehlendorf is a museum dedicated to the international art scene.

Up to five exhibitions a year find their way into the Haus am Waldsee. On display are works from various directions - whether sculptures, paintings, sound installations, video art, photography, music or fashion - by artists from Berlin who are internationally successful. Each exhibition is accompanied by a program for children, artist talks or occasional concerts.

Sculpture Park and Café

The Haus am Waldsee invites its visitors to take a break from city life by taking a stroll through the surrounding greenery. The museum's sculpture park extends over around 10,000 square meters to the lakeside. Among others,sculptures by Karl Hartung, Tony Cragg, Daniel Pflumm and Susanne Rottenbacher can be discovered here. Just like the art in the museum itself, the sculptures on display in the park itself change from time to time. In the museum café, visitors can also look out through large windows onto the garden and water.

Haus am Waldsee: Aktuelle Veranstaltungen und Tickets

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From 6 pm, an art guide will lead you through Bruno Pélassy and the Order of the Starfish and then look forward to further exchanges on the current exhibition. Our café offers changing specials: our fire... more


In this workshop, led by artist Nadja Buttendorf, participants will enter into dialogue with the works of Jenna Bliss. Nadja Buttendorf will present her own works, whose themes are similar to those of... more

Jenna Bliss

In February 2024, Haus am Waldsee presents two parallel exhibitions by the American artist Jenna Bliss (*1984 New York) and the Scottish painter Carol Rhodes (*1959 Edinburgh; † 2018 Glasgow). more

Curator's Tour with Pia-Marie Remmers

Pia-Marie Remmers, Curatorial Assistant, is guiding you through both exhibitions of Jenna Bliss and Carol Rhodes. Admission is included in the entrance ticket.  In German, max. 20 people Price: €8.00 Reduced... more

Carol Rhodes

In her work, Carol Rhodes has devoted herself primarily to landscapes that generally receive little attention: post-industrial areas criss-crossed by industrial plants, airports, motorways or reservoirs. more

Leila Hekmat: Female Remedy

September 15, 2022 - January 08, 2023

«Female Remedy», the first institutional solo exhibition of the US artist Leila Hekmat, takes a look at illness as a perpetual state of mind and body.  more

Address, Opening Hours and Contact Information

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Argentinische Allee 30
14163 Berlin
+49 (0)30 801 8935
Opening Hours
Tuesday to Sunday from 11 AM till 6 PM, closed December 24 and 31
Admission Fee
€8, reduced fee €5, free for children and young people under 18

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Last edited: 29 June 2023