The Barberini Museum is a privately donated art museum. In changing exhibitions on 2200m² you can let above all impressionistic art have its effect on you. Among others you will find important works by Monet, Renoir and Sisley.https://www.museum-barberini.com/
The Filmmuseum Potsdam is the oldest film museum in Germany. In addition to permanent exhibitions, temporary exhibitions, family exhibitions and foyer exhibitions regularly offer variety.
In addition, a museum shop invites you to stroll and a cinema invites you to relax. Silent film screenings are accompanied by music on the historic Welte cinema organ.
Much information on the subject of mills can be found in a permanent exhibition on three floors.
You can also buy locally produced articles in the mill shop.
Created between 1826 and 1827 at the request of Friedrich Wilhelm III to commemorate his deceased friend Tsar Alexander I, the Alexandrovka is now part of the Potsdam cultural landscape and a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.
House number 2 now houses a museum. The other houses are used as residential buildings and restaurants.