Cultural events in Berlin
Please register at counter 6 in the school office for excursions.
Here you will also be informed of where to meet for the excursion.
Culture is important to Hartnackschule.
Our actual cultural events:
Guided tour through ReichstagA guided tour through Reichstag building, with explanations regarding German parliament and Reichstag architecture.
European House (European Centre for Information, Berlin)(free service – Monday/Wednesday: 10-13h and 14-16h; Tuesday/Thursday: 10-13h and 14-18h)
Märkisches MuseumMärkisches Museum shows cultural history of Berlin from Middle Ages to today (every first Wednesday, 12.00–20.00; free entrance)
Visit of Sugar Museum
Monday to Thursday between 9.00 and 16.30
Visit of Villa Max LiebermannOpen for the public since 2006, "Liebermann-Villa" with its beautiful garden is a nice place to visit and see many peaces of the famous artist.
Castle Charlottenburg (Schloss CharlottenburgVisit Castle Charlottenburg, with its impressive rooms an Rokoko galeries, as well as former private rooms of Queen Luise.
Potsdam – New PalaisNew Palais is the biggest building in Sanssouci park. 60 of the 200 rooms can be visited..
Guided city tour from Potsdamer Platz to SchlossplatzThis tour takes about 2 hours. You will discover an interesting part of Berlin, with a focus on recent developments.
Kitchen – Culture – ContactsThe association „AUSLÄNDER MIT UNS“ offers cooking classes in combination with German lessons. Every week, you can prepare with them a menu, typical for a specific part of the world (without pork).
One evening costs € 3,00 – € 5,00 (for a complete menu, including drinks).
Chinese movie clubWatch Chinese movies in original version - often with English sub titles - at tea and potato crisps in a nice atmosphere. Hanjo Lehmann from Chinese Filmclub Berlin is looking forward to your visit. Entrance 3,00 €, Students 1,00 €, chinese guests 3 Yuan RMB (tea und potato crisps free of charge)
Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung
bpb has a large offer of books and information materials, such as CD-ROMs and web sites regarding actual and historical topics of politcs, society, economy and culture.