Forum Willy Brandt Berlin

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Willy Brandt (1913–1992) is one of the most outstanding statesmen of the 20th century. His name stands for democracy and freedom, understanding and peace, justice, solidarity, and social responsibility.

The Forum Willy Brandt Berlin shows how the working-class boy and anti-Fascist became Mayor of Berlin, then Federal Chancellor, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and a highly-respected international statesman. As a place for historical education and political information, the Forum also offers a divers program with lectures, readings, tours and other educational offers. In May 2019, the Forum Willy Brandt Berlin is open at the interim location for events only and will be open for visitors again daily from autumn 2019 onwards.
Supported by the Federal Chancellor Willy Brandt Foundation, which was established in 1994 by the German Bundestag to commemorate the life and the political work of the social democrat, statesman and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

Forum Willy Brandt Berlin
Behrenstraße 15
10117 Berlin

Telephone
+49 (30) 787 707-0
Booking Telephone
+49 (30) 787 707-18
Fax
+49 (30) 787 707-50
Website
www.willy-brandt.de/foru…
Email
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Based on appointment

The Forum Willy Brandt Berlin with its permanent exhibition "Willy Brandt - Politician's Life" has been closed since 1 April 2019 at its previous location, Unter den Linden 62-68. Due to the demolition and new construction of the Elisabeth-Selbert-Haus, the Forum moves and opens its doors at Behrenstrasse 15 in Berlin-Mitte from May 2019, initially for events. From autumn onwards, the Forum will also be open during the day for visitors.

1. January
Closed
3. October
Regular
24. December
Closed
25. December
Closed
26. December
Closed
31. December
Closed
Free entrance
Booking Telephone
+49 (30) 787 707-18

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