Make your way to a central location by a U-Bahn station, where you’ll meet a guide for this private, 3-hour Schöneberg tour. Set out on foot to the Schwules Museum, whose exhibitions celebrate LGBT life in Berlin, and the struggles that the local community has faced (admission to museum own expense).
From there, continue to the Pink Triangle Park and Memorial, a moving tribute to those persecuted under Nazi rule, then learn the story of the gay and lesbian scene that thrived here in the years before the Second World War.
Pause for a bright rainbow cupcake before browsing the sex and kink shops of Motzstrasse, in the heart of Berlin’s gay village. Throughout the tour, take advantage of your time with a private guide to personalize the excursion to your interests, ask questions, and talk about local life and culture in today's Berlin, or get tips on the best places to eat, drink, and explore. This 3-hour walking tour concludes at the original departure point.