Monumnets of the Siegesallee, photo: Citadel Berlin, Friedhelm Hoffmann
The permanent exhibition “Unveiled. Berlin and its Monuments” opened in April 2016 in the Provisions Depot.
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View into the excavation in the Archaeological Window, photo: Citadel Berlin, Joanna Kosowska
Archaeological Window
In the west curtain wall of the Citadel you can visit two fascinating archaeological finds. Read more

The exhibition „Castle and Citadel“,photo: Citadel Berlin, Friedhelm Hoffmann
Castle and Citadel
In the representative rooms of the Commander’s House an exhibition outlines the history of the castle and the fortress. Read more

City History Museum Spandau in the Arsenal, photo: Citadel Berlin, Friedhelm Hoffmann
City History Museum Spandau
The City History Museum Spandau is located in the Arsenal. Read more

Gerhard Köhne, "Grunewaldturm", 1986, 32 x 54 cm
Gallery Crown Prince
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The Old Barracks, photo: Citadel Berlin, Friedhelm Hoffmann
Gallery Old Barracks
Art exhibitions on the first floor:
Unveiled. A different Perspective on Monuments – A Selection
The Poetry of the Book Keeper – Ulrike Damm, Drawings
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Exhibition of the Youth Art School Spandau, photo: Reinhard Hoffmann
Gallery Youth Artschool
The cavalier of the Bastion Crown Prince (Kronprinz) is the home of the Youth Art School. Read more

Emperor Wilhelm National Monument, picture: Citadel BerlinSpecial Exhibitions
“Unveiled. Berlin and its Monuments”
29th April 2016 – 30th October 2016/ Extension until 30th April 2017

“Elisabeth of Denmark –
a Brandenburgian Electress in the conflict for creed and power”
19th June 2017 – 25th June 2018

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Canon exhibition in the Parade Hall, photo: Citadel Berlin, Friedhelm Hoffmann
Parade Hall
The Parade Hall is home to an exhibition of historical cannons, including some magnificent examples from the 16th century. Read more