Hackesche Höfe | Berlin

8 residential and commercial buildings in the heart of Berlin, located between Rosenthalerstraße and Sophienstraße. The Hackesche Höfe are Germany’s largest contiguous courtyard area and one of the city’s most popular sights. Opened in 1906, listed as a historical monument in 1972 and extensively renovated in the mid-1990s. They offer an interesting mix of art, culture, commerce and gastronomy with: small individual stores, galleries, the Chamäleon variety theater, a popular arthouse cinema, restaurants and cafés.

Yard 1

Courtyard 1 enchants with its Art Nouveau façade by August Endell.

Fountain courtyard

In the central residential and commercial courtyard, the ‘Brunnenhof’, the gates remain closed between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. so that residents can sleep undisturbed.

Glanzstücke Berlin

If you walk inside the courtyards in the direction of Sophienstraße, you will come to the smallest of the Hackesche Höfe. Here you will find the highlights…

A warm welcome to you!

Monday – Friday from 12 to 7 p.m.
Saturday from 12 to 6 p.m.