Konzert­haus Berlin

The Konzerthaus Berlin, designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, opened in 1821 as a theatre. But it was also here that Carl Maria von Weber's Der Freischütz was premiered and Beethoven's 9th Symphony was played for the first time in Berlin.

Arrival by public transport

The Komische Oper Berlin in the Konzerthaus Berlin can be reached by underground via the metro stops Stadmitte and Unter den Linden. The stops have lifts and escalators. News about malfunctions of lifts or escalators can be found here.

The nearest bus stop is Unter den Linden.

Arrival by car

Entry address Friedrichstadtpassagen multi-storey car park
Jägerstraße 60
10117 Berlin

You will find designated parking spaces for people with disabilities in Charlottenstraße (near the stage entrance) and Markgrafenstraße (near Taubenstraße).


For visitors with walking difficulties, a lift is available via the stage entrance in Charlottenstraße.

Barrier-free toilets are located near the stage entrance and at Café Konzerthaus. You will find designated disabled parking spaces in Charlottenstraße (near the stage entrance) and Markgrafenstraße (near Taubenstraße).

Seats for wheelchair users

There are 8 places for wheelchair users in the concert hall for events.

On the programme

Here and there!

Komische Oper Berlin @Schillertheater
Bismarckstraße 110
10625 Berlin
Flughafen Tempelhof – Hangar 4
Columbiadamm 10
12101 Berlin
Zelt am Roten Rathaus
Rathausstraße 1
10178 Berlin
Konzerthaus Berlin – Großer Saal
Gendarmenmarkt 2
10117 Berlin
Eichborndamm 213
13437 Berlin
SchwuZ Queer Club
Rollbergstraße 26
12053 Berlin
Rollbergstraße 26
12053 Berlin
Heimathafen Neukölln
Karl-Marx-Straße 141
12043 Berlin
Bezirkszentralbibliothek Mark Twain
Marzahner Promenade 54 / 55
12679 Berlin
Komische Oper Berlin
Behrenstraße 55-57
10117 Berlin
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