The 3-day Berlin Museum Pass opens the doors to a number of the city's big museums
From impressive works of art, archaeological treasures from six thousand years of human history and touching historical monuments to technical inventions and interactive experiments for the whole family. The museum pass guarantees free admission to over 30 museums on three consecutive days.
Another cultural highlight is the Humboldt Forum with its extensive programme of events and a variety of temporary and permanent exhibitions, some of which can be visited free of charge. The Museumspass Berlin also offers the opportunity to visit the exhibition "Berlin Global" at the Humboldt Forum.
To visit most museums, an additional free time slot ticket must be booked on the pages of the respective museum, on site or at the Berlin Tourist Information.
Currently closed: Ephraim-Palais, Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité. Longer waiting hours at Pergamon Museum. Due to the current situation, we recommend that you plan your museum visit well in advance.
Due to current regulations and continued access restrictions, we recommend planning and booking the necessary time slots early.
Every 1st Sunday of the month is Museum Sunday in Berlin. Most museums have free admission then. Please also note the opening hours: On Mondays, the National Museums in Berlin are closed.
*Please note: The reduced price museum pass is valid for pupils, students, voluntary military service, federal voluntary service, persons in receipt of transfer benefits („ALG II“ unemployment benefit, social welfare benefit, basic allowance or benefits under the German social welfare law for asylum seekers and in possession of the relevant identification) and disabled people (valid proof of being disabled at min 50%) on presentation of evidence.
**Permanent exhibitions free of charge, possible special exhibitions included