Arminius Market Hall

Arminius Market Hall

Opened in 1891, the listed building in Moabit combines market hall tradition with young ideas. The Arminiusmarkthalle is also in demand as an event location.

Arminius Markthalle

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Arminiusmarkthalle (Arminius Market Hall) in Moabit

The Arminius Market Hall offers a wide range of goods under one roof. The focus is on fresh foods such as fruit and vegetables, meat, cheese and eggs, delicacies and wines, fish and seafood as well as bread and pastries. Fresh juices, ice cream and sweets also have a permanent place here. Also fresh, but not suitable for consumption: Flowers directly from the wholesale market.

Various snack stands offer international culinary specialities. Vietnamese, Austrian, Peruvian, French and Italian dishes are just as good for the stomach and soul as spare ribs, oysters or goat cheese wraps. Curry sausage and chips, pea stew and beef sour roast with red cabbage also end up on the plates in the Arminius Market Hall. Many of the chefs attach great importance to regional ingredients.

After the revitalization of the market hall in 2010, the place became more and more open for art and design, regional handicrafts and manufactured products. Regular events such as the Berliner Käsetage, the Lange Nacht der Weine and the Designmarkt Artminius21 or the Atelieretage have long attracted many visitors from other districts, cities and countries to Moabit. The market profile is rounded off by local supply services such as a discount store, cosmetics and services.

Arminiusmarkthalle on the map

Arminiusstrasse 2
10551 Berlin
Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday 8 a.m. to 22 p.m.
Food stalls: Monday to Saturday 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. (last orders: 9 p.m.)
Foods: Monday to Friday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Last edited: 12. December 2019