The prestigious Harnack House is among Berlin's favourite venues for international conferences and exclusive meetings and has a rich cultural heritage: As the conference center of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society for the Advancement of Science (predecessor of the Max-Planck-Society), it was a renowned meeting place and cultural center for scientists in the blooming phase of the Weimar republic. Many notable German scientists resided or worked there, including Nobel prize winners Fritz Haber, Otto Hahn and Albert Einstein.
The Harnack House offers excellent facilities for conferences, with meeting rooms and an exhibition hall. A limited contingent of rooms is available on request. The Harnack House is located a convenient 15-minute train ride away from the city center of Berlin.
Tagungsstätte der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft
Telephone: +49 30 8413-3800
How to get there
By Bus: Take Line 110 to Station: "Bitscher Straße", Distance to walk: 200 m
By Subway: Take Line U3 to Station: "Thielplatz", Distance to walk: 300 m
For hotels and further directions please see the section Travel/Hotels.