A Mecca for lovers of modern art, which is worth spending a whole day on. The combination of history - the museum was opened in 1996 in what was earlier a railway station - and modern times (minimalist design, geometric shapes, glass roofs), and even the exhibition area of 10,000 square meters invite you to make a long tour, guided or on your own. The place has floors, levels, long exhibition halls and small rooms. Make sure you visit the second part of the museum located in the basement. The collection of Berlin private collector Erich Marx is the core of this exhibition and includes works by Anselm Kiefer, Andy Warhol, Joseph Beuys and my favorite Cy Twombly. You can wander around the so-called 'artist rooms' of John Cage, Bill Viola, Rebecca Horn and other conceptualists. Hamburger Bahnhof often hosts retrospectives and exhibitions of young artists. Don’t pass by without stopping at the museum's bookstore – it offers a wide selection of publications in English.