Ballhaus Berlin is a unique ballroom which was built in 1905. It is the only surviving ballroom on the Chaussestrasse and it has kept its old charm. The facade and front building were bombed during World War II but luckily the ballroom survived alongside its original 1930s telephones on each table. Today it hosts a variety of events and is the perfect setting for vintage lovers and urban explorers alike.
On the grounds you will also find the legendary ‘Berliner Kneipe’ Alt Berlin alongside a 1920s style cafe.
Parking is free on Sundays.
You can reach Ballhaus Berlin by public transport with the following options:
- Ubahn: U6 (stop – Naturkundemuseum)
- Sbahn: S1 (stop – Nordbahnhof)
- Tram: M5, M7, M10 (stop – Naturkundemuseum/Invalidenstrasse)
- Bus: M5, N40 (stop – Naturkundemuseum/Invalidenstrasse)