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The Spreepark of the future can already be experienced here: following the opening of the beer garden and the open spaces around the Eierhäuschen in June 2023 as the first building block, the renovation of the over 100-year-old restaurant has now also been completed. In March 2024, the new gastronomy and art location will open for business: get out into the fresh air, soak up the sun on the Spree, look out over the water for hours, sail down the river by boat, enjoy gastronomy and experience art - all of this is already possible in and around the Eierhäuschen for all Berliners and guests of the city.


In 2019, Berliner Immobilien Management GmbH (BIM) began the refurbishment of the Eierhäuschen in line with its status as a listed building and in an environmentally friendly manner. Following on from earlier times, the interior and exterior of the Eierhäuschen have once again been transformed into an excursion restaurant right on the waterfront with a beer garden including a playground, a restaurant with its own terrace offering modern German cuisine with a focus on regional and seasonal dishes, as well as rooms for events.


Where relaxation meets art

In addition to catering, the Eierhäuschen also houses artist residencies and exhibition spaces of the Spreepark Art Space. The Eierhäuschen creates new, inspiring spaces for art, which have now become rare in the city and offer interested visitors insights into the work of artists from Berlin and around the world.


Innenansicht des neuen Empfangsraums im Eierhäuschen im Berliner Spreepark
© Konstantin Börner
Innenansicht des Ballsaals des Eierhäuschens im Berliner Spreepark
© Konstantin Börner
Foto der stuckverzierten Decke des Ballsaals im Eierhäuschen im Berliner Spreepark
© Konstantin Börner
Das aufwändig restaurierte Treppenhaus im Eierhäuschen im Spreepark Berlin
© Manuel Frauendorf

In order to make the space around the Eierhäuschen even more spacious for excursionists and Spreepark visitors, the neighbouring Spreepark workshop was partially dismantled and will be converted into an event venue at a later date. One of the two new main entrances to the park is being built directly at the Eierhäuschen and will be integrated into the workshop.