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Day Ticket: Natural History Museum Berlin

Dinosaur skeleton Tristan in Berlin, Museum of Natural History

from €11.00

The museum of natural history Berlin is one of the oldest museums in Berlin. It combines the fascination of discovery, research and science in its unique exhibitions for all ages.


Founded in 1810, the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin is one of the oldest museums in Berlin. It combines the fascination of discovery, research and science in its unique exhibitions for young and old. Book your ticket for the Museum für Naturkunde now. Valid directly as a smartphone voucher - no ticket printout necessary.

T-Rex Tristan is back - Dinosaurs! Age of the giant lizards

Tristan is back and is the star of the new special exhibition: Dinosaurs! Age of the Giant Lizards. From 23.08.2022 to 30.11.2024 you can discover dinosaurs from no less than three geological eras for the first time - Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous. Dinosaurs have fascinated us since their discovery. More than 150 million years ago, they populated our earth and ruled the planet across three geological eras: Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous.

On the trail of the giant lizards through three eras

Thanks to their ability to adapt to changing environmental conditions, they survived one of the five great mass extinctions until their reign suddenly ended 66 million years ago. Follow in the footsteps of the giant lizards and find out exciting, interesting and unknown facts in this exhibition.

T-Rex Tristan Otto, the unique Tyrannosaurus Rex is back in Berlin, having been on display at the Natural History Museum in Copenhagen between June 2020 and the end of 2021. Tristan is a twelve-metre-long and four-metre-high skeleton of the well-known Upper Cretaceous predatory dinosaur Tyrannosaurus Rex. The T-Rex is now 66 million years old and is a source of great excitement for young and old explorers alike.

The Museum of Natural History Berlin - A magnet for young and old explorers.

Founded in 1810, the museum of natural history Berlin is one of the oldest museums in Berlin. It combines the fascination of discovery, research and science in its unique exhibitions for all ages.

The museum of natural history in Berlin offers its visitors a multitude of impressive permanent exhibitions as well as special exhibitions and travelling exhibitions. The Museum of Natural History fascinates more than 700,000 visitors from all over the world every year. The respective exhibitions and collections are also suitable for a family excursion. Welcome to the world of science & research.

You can discover the following exhibitions in the museum of natural history in Berlin:

✔ Exhibition: World of dinosaurs
✔ Exhibition: digitize!
✔ Exhibition: Cosmos & Solar System
✔ Exhibition: Evolution in Action
✔ Exhibition: Minerals
✔ Exhibition: Highlights of taxidermy
✔ Exhibition: Keller's Insect Models
✔ Exhibition: Wet Collection
✔ Exhibition: Humboldt Intervention
✔ Exhibition: starting august 23rd: Dinosaurs!

Buy your online-ticket conveniently and safely & discover the exhibitions & highlights of the Museum of Natural History Berlin!


Meeting point

Museum für Naturkunde, Invalidenstraße 43, 10115 Berlin

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Important information

A visit is only possible with a time slot ticket. For the entrance, the online ticket is required on the smartphone or as a printout.

Family card: (two adults and up to three children under 14 years)
Small family card: (one adult and up to two children under 14 years)

Reduced Entry: Children of a max. age of 15, Pupils from the age of 16 with official school card, Students, Apprentices, Pensioners, Welfare recipients, Unemployed people, Attendees of voluntary services, People with disabilities with official certificate (from degree of disability 50)

Free Entry: Pre-school children, chlidren under the age of 6 years, Members of the ICOM, Members of the WFTGA, Member card holders of the German Museums Association (Deutscher Museumsbund), Students of the Berlin universities participating to Museum’s seminars, Press card holders, Persons accompanying disabled persons (registered in disabled persons official certificate), Staff of museums in Berlin (museum card required), Refugees and Welcome Classes

Ticket validity after purchase

  • Accepted as a mobile smartphone voucher or printed out
  • Valid for the booked date with time slot


Opening hours

Mon: closed
Tue - Fri: 9:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Last entrance: 30 minutes before closing

Special opening hours:

  • 24.12.2023: closed
  • 25.12.2023: closed
  • 26.12.2023: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • 31.12.2023: closed
  • 01.01.2024: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.


Digital Guide for your smartphone 11 languages: German, English, French, Polish, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Japanese, Ukranian
incl. children's version of the audio guide in German and English (from 6 years), highlight tour for the deaf in German sign language (DGS). Your own smartphone and headphones are required. The offer is web-based, no app needs to be installed. Here you can find our Digital Guide:


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