Berghain Nightclub

Am Wriezener Bahnhof
Berlin, 10243 Germany
030 29 36 02 10
Hours of Operation : Mon Tue Wed Thu: 9:00 - 17:00; Fri: 23:30 - 14:00; Sat: 23:30 - 0:00
Price : $$ (Moderate)
Capacity : 1500

About Berghain Nightclub

The famous Berghain nightclub is located in a former power plant in Friedrichshain, near the Berlin Ostbahof railway station. The building is distinguished by its enormous dimensions, which accommodate an 18-meter high dance floor and space for 1500 guests.

The interior’s minimalist design is dominated by steel and concrete. The club contains a “cavernous” main room, as well as a smaller upstairs space called the “Panorama Bar,” which is decorated by large-scale Wolfgang Tillman’s photographs and features tall windows with a view of East Berlin.

Berghain is also renowned for its lengthy opening hours. Pidd wrote in 2008: “no one arrives before 4am, and most stay until well past teatime”. Jesse Rose, whose “Made To Play” music label ran a residency at the club in 2011, explained his appreciation of the club for the DJMag magazine’s 2011 “Top 100 Clubs” list: “Still the best club in the world for me because it doesn’t care about being the best club in the world. The guys do what they want, the way they want and it continually works. No VIP, no mirrors in the bathroom, no expensive cocktails, just a good sound system and great crowd.


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Dress Code: Casual






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