Rathaus Neukölln underground station

The subway station at Rathaus Neukölln is served by the U7 train line
The subway station at Rathaus Neukölln is served by the U7 train line

The subway station at Rathaus Neukölln is served by the U7 train line.

Swedish architect Alfred Grenander designed the station, using a special tiling and a characteristic station sign, in the style of the local district.

The station was opened on April 11, 1926. The rathaus (Town Hall) above the station is listed building, constructed between 1909 and 1914 to plans by the architect Reinhold Kiehl.

In 1967, the platform was extended from 80 to 110 meters.

The most recent renovation took place in the late 1990s, when both the tiles and the floor covering were replaced.

U7 Lines: Rathaus Spandau – Altstadt Spandau – Citadel – Haselhorst – Paulsternstraße – Rohrdamm – Siemens Dam – Halemweg – Jakob Kaiser Square – Jungfernheide – Mierendorffplatz – Richard Wagner Square – Bismarckstraße – Wilmersdorfer Strasse – Adenauerplatz – Konstanzer Straße – Fehrbelliner Platz – Blissestraße – Berliner Street – Bayerischer Platz – Eisenacher Strasse – Kleistpark – Yorckstrasse – Möckern Bridge – Mehringdamm – Gneisenaustraße – Südstern – Hermannplatz – Neukölln Town Hall – Karl-Marx-Straße – Neukölln – Grenzallee – Blaschkoallee – Parchimer Allee – Britz-Süd – Johannisthaler Chaussee – Lipschitzallee – Wutzkyallee – Zwickau dam – Rudow