Berlin, the vibrant city, kicks off a weekend of excitement as the city transforms into a living museum. It is precisely this energy that will be the focus of this year’s Open Monument Day on September 9 and 10.
The DSTRCT.Berlin is also participating in this exciting event!
We open the doors to the historic halls of the former central cattle and slaughterhouse in Berlin, which has undergone an impressive transformation, and offer an exhibition that immerses you in the past.
The decision to revitalize the old halls instead of demolishing them not only preserved a piece of history, but also contributed to energy conservation and sustainability. Preserving and repurposing historic buildings is not only a way to preserve a city’s identity, but also a step towards a sustainable future. DSTRCT.Berlin is a place that itself has a fascinating story to tell.
Moreover, the connection between history and modern thinking is deepened by the two-hour guided tours across the entire site between Landsberger Allee and Eldenaer Straße. Be inspired and experience the impressive transformation up close.
Register now to secure your spot for the tours and be there when history, energy and sustainability merge in a fascinating way. We look forward to welcoming you at DSTRCT.Berlin!
Exhibition: 09.09. from 10 am
Guided tours: : 10.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m., meeting point Hall C (middle hall, Boulevard), Otto-Ostrowski-Straße
Registration: Denkmal – Tag des offenen Denkmals Berlin