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The oldest temple in Berlin. It is believed that he appeared in the XIII century. Services were held here until 1938. As a result of the destruction during the war, only the outer walls remained of the church. After restoration in 1981, the building began to be used as a concert hall and as a platform for exhibitions. The construction is a typical “Protestant” style building with laconic shapes and sharp tower spiers.
Address:Nikolaikirchplatz, Berlin
Phone:+49 30 24002162



Bogdan Marcelan
The Nikolaikirche has been a landmark of Berlin's city center for more than 800 years. The basement floors of the twin building, which are made of natural stone, are considered to be the oldest existing spaces in Berlin. During the Second World .. Read more »
I didn't go inside the museum. Because the time had passed. But it looks good from the outside.
Kuba Hałaczkiewicz
I had a good overall experience. The museum is not as big as expected and, for me, the best attraction was plan od the city with some places descriped and showed on map. Other things in the museum weren't as interesting for me, so including th.. Read more »
Alessandro Stefan
Loved how well preserve they have this place. First thing, if you're student, you'll get a discount. The place is not very big, but there are some things you can spend your time while in here. On the second floor you'll have a great v.. Read more »
Ajay Kumar
The museum is housed in a beautifully restored section of the church, which itself holds great historical significance. The architecture and atmosphere of the building create a serene and contemplative ambiance, setting the stage for an immersive exp.. Read more »
Matthew Harwood
A really interesting looking church with some classic Germanic architecture. A nice spot to explore near to the river.
Saint Denis
The Museum Nikolaikirche, located within the Nikolaikirche (St. Nicholas Church) in Berlin, offers visitors a unique and enriching experience. It leaves them with a variety of positive impressions, showcasing the historical and cultural significance .. Read more »
Cristian Vancea
Impressive church dating from the first centuries were german population settle near the future city of Berlin . First Day in the new month it is free entrance.
Wojciech Adamczyk
The audio guide provides a detailed explanation of the history of the church with its historical implications to the whole city of Berlin. Something off the beaten track.
Mykola Maksymchuk
Very nice church and museum
Ivani Araujo do Nasciment
It's good to learn about Berlin during the medieval era, it also displays contemporary paints. You can climb the stairs and see the huge organ super close and have a nice view of the church's nave from the top. I rented the audio guide (2&e.. Read more »
Music played by pipe organ every Friday from 5pm.
Uğurcan Türe
The oldest church in Berlin. It is a very magnificent building and stands in the middle of the old city. Normally, the ticket price is 6€, but on the first Sunday of every month, admission is free.
Gabo Chiloé
Wonderful organ live music
Monika Monique
St Nikolai Kirche, or St Nicholas Church is the oldest church in Berlin, built between 1220-1230. It is situated in Nikolaiviertel - Nikolas Quarter, the area of restored medieval buildings.
marios kara
Nothing much to see if you have been to an empty church before, but very organized, well displayed, with information about all the exposes.
James Curran
Such helpful staff, and a beautiful, historic landmark. It's really such a tragedy how it was largely destroyed, but the reconstruction has been painstakingly undertaken to faithfully replicate the church pre-war.
Interesting to see such an old church, but I was a little disappointed that there was so much about and from 1600– today, and so little from 1200–1300, comparatively. This is, however, not a fault of the museum but a result of the church .. Read more »
Oldest church in Berlin. We got a free visit as I think it's the first Sunday of the month.
Jonathan Taylor
Interesting history of this rebuilt 13c church including the choice made between Lutheran and calvinistic theology...
Beautiful Payment 5 euro
Dain İronfoot
The oldest building in Berlin.Must all Berlinlover see.
Sudarat Maneetapo
It is the oldest town in Berlin founded about 1200.
DraKo Evil
Nice, don't understand why you have to pay
A historical museum showing the church history, free on Sundays as a German social policy.
A. S.
Beautiful church; sometimes exhibitions of contemporary art
Mitch Georgeoff
Amazing, ???. Love Berlin
Ivan Bok
Beautiful church with unbelievable uniquely uncorrupted Zehndenick Altardecke! Must see.
Novi Manurung
Full of history and valuable artifacts
Talal Chahoud
interested and old space to visit.. wood and a lot ...to see... toilette available for visitor..
Carla Lowe
Very interesting. There are some pieces that are worth seeing. Like the wooden pieces of the altar and the Cloth, among others. The museum is only 5 Euro per person and it gives information in German and English so to can really enjoy it and learn ab.. Read more »
Ashadka A
nice museum with audio guide, affordable tickets and impressive church organ. the staff is very friendly. There is a toilet for visitors) The souvenire shop is small but has pretty unique items to offer. The exibits allow to dive deeper in the histor.. Read more »
Vasilios Takos
This is the oldest church in Germany, located in the former East Berlin area and serves as a museum and occasionally as a concert hall. The area around the church is called Nikolaiviertel and there are lots of medieval buildings in this area that you.. Read more »
Boris Van de Poel
Lovely church with a rich history. Definitely recommend visiting this historic masterpiece. If you're under 18y you get a free entry too
Lorna Davison
Nice museum former church. In Old Town, site if the beginning of Berlin in the early 13th century. Named after St Nicholas, patron saint of merchants. The rivers made Berlin a perfect site for commerce. The Church was destroyed by the allies in WW T.. Read more »