Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf Museum in Villa Oppenheim

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Villa Oppenheim, Schloßstraße 55. Foto: Friedhelm Hoffmann Foto: Friedhelm Hoffmann

The Charlottenurg-Wilmersdorf Museum was founded in 1987 and is devoted to researching and showcasing the regional and everyday history of the Berlin borough of Charlottenurg-Wilmersdorf. It also explores the cultural history of Berlin in general. Since January 2012, the museum has been housed in Villa Oppenheim, a grand home built in 1881 as a summer residence for Margarete Oppenheim (née Mendelssohn) and Otto Georg Oppenheim. Since moving to Villa Oppenheim, the museum has shown the art collection compiled by the "City of Charlottenburg" starting in 1908 – a time when Charlottenburg was still independent city rather than a borough of Berlin. The collection comprises primarily works from the 19th century and the Berlin Secession. A number of special exhibitions also highlight themes drawing on the history of the borough. In addition, the museum organises an Easter and Christmas exhibition each year. In its "Villa O. from 4–18" section, children and young adults are invited to research and discover new and interesting items and activities.

Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf Museum in Villa Oppenheim
Schloßstraße 55 / Otto-Grüneberg-Weg
14059 Berlin

+49 (30) 902 92-4106
Booking Telephone
+49 (30) 902 92-4105
+49 (30) 902 92-4160
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Tuesday -Friday
10:00 - 17:00
Saturday -Sunday

Visits are currently only possible by prior appointment by telephone and in compliance with the applicable protection and hygiene regulations. Visiting time is limited to 1 ½ hours.

1. January
10:00 - 17:00
24. December
31. December
Free entrance
Booking Telephone
+49 (30) 902 92-4105

Cafe, Library, Archive

  • wheelchair accessibility wheelchair accessibility
  • wheelchair-friendly WC facilities wheelchair-friendly WC facilities
  • wheelchair-friendly lift wheelchair-friendly lift
In German, English
For children and teenager


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