In the collection of the Museum of Asian Art, it is exciting to name things, faces and movements. With descriptions and questions, everyone can get to know gods or goddesses and customs. Many objects tell stories from everyday life in distant countries.
How can you read a story from pictures? What materials were used for the objects? How did the things get into the museum? Everyone can ask these and many other questions and look for answers together in the collection. The tour is an opportunity to have experiences together, to get to know and understand the world of religions and the everyday life of different cultures better.
The tours in simple language are aimed at people with little knowledge of German or learning difficulties.
Meeting place & time
The meeting point for guided tours and the location for workshops are stated on the booking confirmation. In order for the guided tour to begin on time, the organizer asks that you arrive at the Humboldt Forum 15 minutes before the program begins. Please take this extra quarter of an hour into account when planning your visit. Thank you very much!
- The regular price per ticket is 8.00 EUR / 4.00 EUR reduced.
Accompanying persons of severely disabled persons (with note B) receive a free
ticket. Pupils, students, volunteers, trainees up to the age of 30, severely
disabled persons (at least 50), recipients of ALG I benefits, persons receiving
transfer payments (ALG II, social welfare, basic security, berlinpass holders
or benefits under the Asylum Seekers' Benefits Act) and honorary card holders
are eligible for the reduced ticket.
- Please book ticket in advance online or at the ticket office in the foyer.
- Duration: 90 min
- Language: German, Simple language
- max. 10 persons
Our tip: Find good stories in good books, visit the shop at the Humboldt Forum, onsite or online! Then enjoy a good coffee and more in the Schlüterhof or the rooftop restaurant.
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