The Berlin of gays and lesbians has many of its most charming places in the Prenzlauer Berg.
Locations like "Bärenhöhle", "Der stille Don", "Marienhof" or "Sonntagsclub" stand today for a multifaceted queer scene, which has tradition in Prenzlauer Berg.
Long before the Wall was opened, when Prenzlauer Berg belonged to the eastern part of the city, a distinct scene developed here. For example, the Schoppenstube on Schönhauser Allee and Burgfrieden in Wichertstraße, which opened in 1963, were the oldest and best-known gay bars in East Berlin. These pubs became particularly famous in 1989 with the film Coming Out by Heiner Carow.
Today Prenzlauer Berg has a colourful gay and lesbian infrastructure with clubs, shops and pubs as well as art and culture. Whether latex shopping in the "Black Style", coffee drinking in the "Schall und Rauch" or nightlife in bars and clubs - nothing seems to be missing here.
In our tourist info at the KulturBrauerei are on display the city map “Gay Guide Berlin” and the magazine “Siegessäule”, which provide many tips.