You’ve heard of the exciting gallery scene in Berlin but don’t know how to access it? You tried once to select a gallery opening but gave up after seeing the list of choices? Very understandable, for the gallery scene here is huge and ever changing. Do not despair, rescue is here! Come along on a tour with Gallery Quest and discover what’s it all about!

Exploring a work by Nik Nowak @ gallery Alexander Levy
Exploring a work by Nik Nowak @ gallery Alexander Levy. Photo: Isabella Lichtbilder
  • Art-up-to-date in one day
  • Explore the art treasures in a neighborhood of your choice, or let Gallery Quest surprise you
  • Gain knowledge about the Berlin gallery scene and it’s different art hubs
  • Get inside tips on where to go next
  • Save yourself the time of figuring out locations, names, opening times and best routes


Every month, Gallery Quest organizes open gallery tours on a Friday or a Saturday. We explore a new Kietz every time. The tours are between 2-2,5 hrs, in English, German or Dutch.
Price is 18 euro, 14 euro for students.

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Upcoming Tours in December:
The last gallery tours of the year will be in the popular gallery hub in the Potsdamer Straße. Several new spaces opened since our last visit in February. So it’s about time to take a closer look!
– Saturday December 8, in Dutch, 12-2 pm
– Friday December 14th, in English, 2-4 pm

Last tours in September/Oktober:
At the end of September it was Berlin Art Week and that delivered some veeeery exciting art. Gallery Quest  cooked up an exuberayting tour  in the Wild (City) West on:
– Saturday October 6, 2-4 pm in Dutch,
– Saturday October 13, 2-4 pm in English,

If the dates of the open tours don’t suit you, feel free to contact me for a private tour!


On request, we can make the tour exactly as you want – in the neighborhood you prefer, the duration you like, in Dutch, English or German. Feel free to contact me to discuss your personal preferences. Examples:

Gallery tour Kreuzberg- November 2015

This classic Mitte tour will show you where it all started in Berlin in the nineties. We will visit an exciting mix of spaces in the Auguststraße and Linienstraße and will see how this gallery cluster developed in the last few decades.  We will visit the court yard of KW Institute of Contemporary Art, where Klaus Biesenbach, now director of MoMA Ps1 and chief curator at large at MoMA started his carrier. Also part of the tour is the beautifully renovated former Jewish girls school, where several art spaces, a restaurant and a bar can be found.

Potsdamer Straße
The gallery mile in the Potsdamer Straße, also lovingly called the ‘Potse’,  is one of the newest and booming gallery clusters in town. Here you will find high quality art in established gallery’s as well as project spaces. They are hidden in court yards, former printing halls and upstairs apartments, which makes this tour a true treasure hunt.

City West
Charlottenburg used to be the place, and still is, for the chic. Since a few years the name City West caught on and young gallery’s started to move to this part of the city. The result is a great and exciting mix with will definitely surprise you. We will hop from established gallery’s to younger spaces and feel the special vibe of this part of town.

Checkpoint Charlie
Just around the corner of one of the busiest tourist traps in town, we can set our mind at ease in some great gallery’s! You just have to know where they are, because they are not always visible from the street. A special attraction and end point of the tour is the beautiful art brut church where a famous Berlin gallery resides in this truly spectacular space.

Of the beaten track
Of course there is much more than just the main gallery clusters.  If you have seen Auguststraße and Linienstrase in Mitte, why not visit the gallery’s around Rosa Luxemburg Platz next door?  Or if you are interested in more alternative or upcoming gallery areas, the Kreuzberg or  Karl-Marx-Allee tour is just the thing for you. Not suited for high heels.