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English tours

There are currently no regular guided tours available in English.
Of course you can book an english language tour for a closed group at any time and with the corresponding advantages:


This website is available in englisch language.
Appropriately named “Man with hat tours”.
You’ll find it HERE.


Full flexibility

Dates and times can be arranged very flexibly, often at short notice.
Choose a tour of your choice or talk to us about changes and special requests:
Examples are a one-hour tour (instead of 2,5h) and a discussion/Q&A session afterwards, a tour on a special topic or a mixture of different tours.
It is also possible to arrange an exclusive visit to Hans Scharoun’s studio (usually not accessible).

Whatever your requirements are, we try to arrange a tour you will be happy with.

Depending on the time required for the additional preparation, an additional fee may apply.

Historic Landmarks

From the time of the german Kaiser, the first World War, the Weimar era, Germania and the post war rebuilding of Berlin.
Over 110 years of industrial and residential buldings. Some orderly arranged, some as a Garden City.

Easy Access

All meeting points are easily reachable by public transport trains.

Professional Guide

Your guide has many years of experience. From luxurious single person tours to huge groups of 80+ persons. From photowalks, instawalks to open air lectures in front of 300 people.

Ask us without obligation for a tour that corresponds to your requirements:


What customers say:

Amazing Tour and awesome guide. We had an awesome time. We were a large group, but easily accommodated by Chris.
Thanks a lot.

Sally Smith
October 2019

The Ringsiedling is a very exciting testimony to the social housing of the 1930s. You get a great overview of the progressive ideas of the architects. The guided tour through the settlement was really exciting. Lots of background information.

Georg Charmbalis (on Google)

After a tour we went home with enormous knowledge! Great.

Leonie Spitzer (on Google)

Discovered Siemensstadt with infostation! I learned so much, was a great guide and super interesting. Wonderful.

Leon L. (on TripAdvisor)

Congratulations to all those who are allowed to participate in this exclusive guided tour by lot.
Inspired by the interest in the Bauhaus theme of my weekend visit, I had contacted Christian Fessel in advance.
With a lot of knowledge and his incredible enthusiasm he prepared us for the short but interesting guided tour through the UNESCO World Heritage Site Siemensstadt in his info station at the Goebelstrasse in Siemensstadt.
We were totally thrilled (thanks again to C.F.,( he already knows why 🙂
We wish you all a lot of fun.

Angelika V. (on nebenan.de)