The History of the East Side Gallery – General Tour
The East Side Gallery is the longest preserved segment of the Berlin Wall. The border situation here had special features that made it unusual even in the GDR. After the Wall fell, however, the former border elements here became famous worldwide: 118 artists from 21 countries painted the east side of the Berlin Wall, making it the largest open-air gallery in the world. This tour is about the artistic appropriation of the former barrier, the joy over the fall of the Wall and the history of the GDR border regime.
- East Side Gallery
- Adults, Schools & Organizations
- Group size
- Max. 10 Persos
- 1 hour
- German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Polish, Serbian, Swedish, Portuguese
- Free for school groups. Adults: €3.50, reduced €2.50 per person
- Meeting Point
Mühlenstraße 73, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain
The meeting point for all guided tours is the Berlin Wall Foundation's Infomobile on the Spree side of the East Side Gallery, diagonally opposite Tamara-Danz-Straße. The tours end in the direction of Stralauer Platz / Ostbahnhof.
Wearing a medical mask is compulsory, even in the outdoor area.