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Classic Remise

An old tram depot transformed into a vintage car paradise. 


This old tram depot in the Berlin district Moabit has been transformed into a vintage car paradise. Aficionados, collectors, and professionals share their passion for classic cars in the workshops and garages throughout this historic building. 

Classic Remise is not a museum, but instead a place where collectors and vintage car owners store their treasures and occasionally take them out for a ride. These enthusiasts share their interests with visitors as they traverse the visitor’s corridors and halls.

The building was constructed between 1899-1901 and until 1964, it was the biggest tram depot in Europe. After the Berlin Wall was constructed, the trams were no longer used in West Berlin and the depot was abandoned.

Investors saw the potential in the building and bought the premises for renovation in 2002. Classic Remise opened in the historical building in 2003 and is now a listed landmark.

Near Classic Remise visitors will find the Cafe Trofeo that serves brunch, coffee, beers, and food. During the evening, Parc Fermé serves exclusive food and wines. The venue also hosts larger cultural and corporate events.  

Know Before You Go

Open from Monday - Saturday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m., Sunday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. The main entrance is on Sickingenstraße but there are parking spots and an entrance on the other side of the building.

Entrance is free. The nearest stations are U7: Mierendorffplatz, U9: Turmstrasse, S41/42: Beusselstrasse.  

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