Ticket presale

Presale "Munch" (15.9.23–22.1.24)

Ticket prices "Munch"

Day ticket: 15 Euro
Reduced Ticket: 9 Euro
Evening Ticket: 9 Euro (Thursday 5–8 pm)

Under 18: Free admission

With the day and evening ticket all exhibitions can be visited.

Free admission for refugees / Вільний вхід для біженців / Для беженцев вход бесплатный

Ticket information

Concessions, proof of entitlement required:

School children, students, apprentices, Participants in a Voluntary Social Service (from 18)
People with severe disabilities
Groups of 10 or more
Single entry upon presentation of a ticket from the Jewish Museum Berlin (JMB) 
Berlin Welcome Card
Berlin City Tour Card
Guest Student Card FU Berlin
Familien-Pass (parents receive concession)
TheaterGemeinde Berlin
IAA (International Association of Art)
Art Card
IGBK (Internationale Gesellschaft der Bildenden Künste)
BBK (Berufsverband Bildender Künstler*innen)
VDR (Verband der Restauratoren e.V.)
Queer City Pass


Free entry, proof of entitlement required:

Children and young people, aged 18 and under
School groups and accompanying persons
Recognised helpers of people with severe disabilities
Press representatives
Museum Pass Berlin ("3-day pass")
DAIMLER art pass

Members of the following associations:
Deutscher Museumsbund, ICOM, ICOMOS, IKT International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, Deutscher Verband für Kunstgeschichte

Members of societies and circles of friends at the following institutions: 
Berlinische Galerie, Brücke-Museum, Jüdisches Museum Berlin, Kunsthalle Emden, Photographische Sammlung der SK Stiftung Kultur/Köln

Employees of Berlin Tourismus & Kongress GmbH (Visit Berlin)
Tourist guides: Berlin Guide - Verband der Berliner Stadtführer e.V., Bündnis Berliner Stadtführer e.V., Bundesverband der Gästeführer in Deutschland e.V. (BVGD)

Sponsors of the current exhibitions

During the exhibition "Edvard Munch. Magic of the North" (15.9.23-22.1.24), extended opening hours until 8pm apply on Thursdays. A reduced evening ticket can be purchased for the 5-8 pm time slot. All exhibitions can be visited with the evening ticket.


Please register in advance if you would like to visit us with a group of more than 10 people or with a school class. To register, send an email to Katrin Kaptain, Education, kaptain@berlinischegalerie.de. Please indicate your preferred date and the size of your group.

Groups of 10 or more are entitled to reduced admission.
Admission is free for school classes and visitors aged 18 years and under.

After you’ve completed your booking, you can use the confirmation link to download your ticket. You will also receive it via email. 

Depending on how you book your online ticket, it may take up to ten minutes to receive the confirmation email. Do be sure to check your spam folder.


Your online ticket can only be refunded if the entire event is cancelled or if the entry is no longer possible on the specified date and time. Please also refer to our terms and conditions.


Timeslots for Museum Sunday (first sunday of the month) are available here. Next Museum Sunday at the Berlinische Galerie on 4.6.23.


Upon presenting a ticket from the Jewish Museum Berlin, we will grant you an admission discount. The same offer applies in reverse to temporary exhibitions at the Jewish Museum. Its permanent exhibition can be visited free of charge.


If you have any questions or problems regarding payment or the booking section, our service provider will be happy to help:
E-Mail: publicticketsolution@visitberlin.de
Monday – Friday, 9am – 18pm


About the exhibition

The exhibition “Edvard Munch. Magic of the North” tells the story of Edvard Munch and Berlin, illustrated by paintings, prints and photographs. Edvard Munch (1863–1944) challenged his contemporaries with the radical modernity of his paintings, especially in Berlin, where the Norwegian Symbolist exerted a big influence around the turn of the century.

The German capital was in the grip of a fervour for all things Nordic. Munch’s works polarised people. He moved to the Spree, living and working in the city again and again between 1892 and 1908.

The exhibition embraces about 80 works by Edvard Munch. They are joined by the works of other artists who set their stamp in the late 19th century on how Berlin imagined the North and on the Modernist art world in the city.

A partnership with the MUNCH in Oslo and with decisive support from Kupferstichkabinett and Neue Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin

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