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Every first Sunday of the month in almost all Berlin museums

Berlin is getting an admission-free Museum Sunday: from July 4, almost all Berlin museums will be inviting visitors to visit them free of charge on the first Sunday of every month and will be offering a diverse program.

MuseumsSonntag Pressebild
MuseumsSonntag Pressebild © Jan Kapitän

With around 60 institutions, the admission-free Museum Sunday covers the entire diversity of Berlin's museum landscape and thus a rich range of topics from culture, art, design, religion, history, nature, everyday culture and technology.

Museum Sunday is an initiative of the Senate Department for Culture and Europe in cooperation with the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media and the Berlin State Association of Museums.

The aim is to strengthen cultural participation and to open up cultural institutions to the entire society.
With low-threshold offers, an improved quality of stay and a welcoming culture, the museums want to attract non-visitors and thus actively shape social participation..

Anne Frank Zentrum; Berlinische Galerie; BröhanMuseum; BrückeMuseum; Deutsches Historisches Museum; Deutsche Kinemathek; Deutsches Technikmuseum; Domäne Dahlem; FHXB FriedrichshainKreuzberg Museum; Georg Kolbe Museum; Gotisches Haus; Gründerzeitmuseum Mahlsdorf; Haus am Waldsee; Heimatmuseum Zehlendorf; Jugend Museum; Jewish Museum Berlin; KätheKollwitzMuseum; Kindermuseum unterm Dach; KINDL - Center for Contemporary Art; Kunsthaus Dahlem; KW Institute for Contemporary Art; Museum CharlottenburgWilmersdorf in the Villa Oppenheim; Museum für Kommunikation Berlin; Museum Köpenick; Museum Lichtenberg im Stadthaus; Museum of Natural History; Museum Neukölln; Museum Pankow; Museum Reinickendorf; Museum Treptow; Museum of Musical Instruments; New Synagogue Berlin - Centrum Judaicum; PalaisPopulaire; Schöneberg Museum; Science Center Spectrum; Gay Museum; National Museums in Berlin (Alte Nationalgalerie, Altes Museum, BodeMuseum, Friedrichswerdersche Kirche, Gemäldegalerie, Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart - Berlin, Haus Bastian; JamesSimonGalerie, Kunstbibliothek, Kunstgewerbemuseum, Kupferstichkabinett, Museum Berggruen, Museum Europäischer Kulturen, Museum für Fotografie, Neue Nationalgalerie, Neues Museum, Pergamonmuseum, Pergamonmuseum. The Panorama, Collection ScharfGerstenberg, Köpenick Palace); Stadtmuseum Berlin (Märkisches Museum, Museum Nikolaikirche, Museum EphraimPalais, Museum Knoblauchhaus, Museumsdorf Düppel); Steglitz Museum; Tempelhof Museum; Werkbundarchiv - Museum der Dinge; Zitadelle Spandau

For more information on the participating museums and the program, please visit the website www.museumssonntag.berlin.

Here, visitors* can book free time slots and register for programs as needed.

This central guest management system was implemented by the Museumsdienst Berlin in cooperation with visitBerlin.
In addition, the Museum Service of Kulturprojekte Berlin also provides advice on the program or support in organizing the museum visit via its hotline: 030 247 49 878.More information at#museumssunday #museumsunday
Museum Sunday is a model project. Findings about the effect of the admission-free Sunday are provided by an accompanying, broad-based scientific visitor study.

The expectations for the effect of admission-free Museum Sundays on greater and broader cultural participation in Berlin museums and memorial sites are high: The goal of the model project, which is unique in Germany, is to strengthen Berlin's museum landscape and to inspire a broader city population to visit.

It is being carried out by the Institute for Cultural Participation Research (IKTf) in the Berlin Foundation for Cultural Education and Cultural Consulting.
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