On the top floor of a typical Kreuzberg apartment block, the 'Museum of Things' contains every kind of small object you could imagine in modern design from the 19th century onwards - from hairbrushes and fondue sets to beach souvenirs and Nazi memorabilia. It's not a musty collection, but a sleek, minimalist room organised by themes such as 'yellow and black' or 'functional vs kitsch', rather than by era or type, so that the 'things' - around 20,000 of them - appear in new contexts. Great shop too.
|Venue name:||Museum der Dinge|
|Opening hours:||Open noon-7pm Mon, Fri-Sun|
|Transport:||U1, U8 Kottbusser Tor|
|Price:||Admission €4; €2 reductions|