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Knoblauchhaus © Stadtmuseum Berlin. Photo: Michael Setzpfandt © Stadtmuseum Berlin. Foto: Michael Setzpfandt

In 1759, the wire drawer Johann Christian Knoblauch purchased the building that stood on the site before the Knoblauchhaus was built. Once this had been demolished, he had a grand, three-storey corner house in the late Baroque style built in its place. When the Nikolaiviertel was redesigned to celebrate Berlin’s 750th birthday, the building was comprehensively renovated. It is one of the few remaining 18th century town houses in Berlin. Thanks to the support of descendants of the Knoblauch family, it now belongs to the Stadtmuseum Berlin.
The Knoblauchhaus is a museum devoted to the Biedermeier era in Berlin. In its reconstructed living quarters, which are true to the original, exhibits and documents give visitors a glimpse of the life of this well-to-do family. They also offer fascinating information about the architecture, economy, culture and social life of the Biedermeier era.

Knoblauchhaus Museum
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10178 Berlin

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