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Group of pupils at the Science Center Spectrum Berlin
Group of pupils at the Science Center Spectrum Berlin © visitBerlin, Foto: Dirk Mathesius

Admission free for children and youths

Berlin's museums for free

Admission to several museums, exhibition halls and especially memorial sites in Berlin is free of charge for all guests. Where admission is charged, however, children and young people are usually admitted free of charge: in all state museums as well as in the state museums and numerous other institutions.

Free entry for all

In many museums and documentation sites in the world metropolis of Berlin, not only does everyone under the age of 18 not pay, but neither do friends, parents and grandparents. Here are just a few examples:

Family at the Humboldt Forum Berlin


Our Museums without Admission page offers you a complete overview.

By the way: Admission to Berlin museums is generally free for everyone on the first Sunday of every month. And the Neue Nationalgalerie offers free admission to all exhibitions and the sculpture garden every Thursday between 4pm and 8pm.

Free of charge until 18 years

Berlin's Museum Island in the heart of the capital is world-famous and holds unique art treasures. All five museums are free of charge for children and young people. But many other major museums and important institutions do not charge admission for visitors up to the age of 18.
Here is a small selection:

More free offers

German Spy Museum Berlin

Many well-known Berlin museums and documentation centres offer free admission for different age groups. Berlin's palaces and gardens are free for children under 7 without exception. Here is an overview:


Dinosaur skeleton Tristan in Berlin, Museum of Natural History

Good value offer: Museumspass Berlin

The Museums Pass Berlin offers all visitors free admission to 30 museums on three consecutive days.

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You can find more cheap offers from Berlin's museums on our website.