Your visit

The Berlinische Galerie is one of the newest museums in the German capital and collects art from Berlin dating from 1870 to the present day – with both a local and international focus.

Photo: Building with flat roof and glass front displaying the logo of the Berlinische Galerie. In front of it, people on a square with metal sculpture and floor art.
© Noshe

Hygiene Code

In the entire building, it is obligatory to wear medical face masks covering mouth and nose. For your safety and ours, kindly observe our code of conduct:

To the hygiene code

Opening hours


Wed – Mo 10 am – 6 pm
Closed on Tuesdays

Prices &
Tickets

Day ticket 12 €
Reduced day ticket 9 €
Under 18: Free admission

Reduced ad­mission for visitors with severe dis­abilities + Free admission for one recognized accompanying person

Museumsunday: Every first Sunday free admission for all visitors!

If you can show us a ticket purchased from Berlin’s Jewish Museum for today or the last two days, 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.

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Terms and Conditions of the Berlinische Galerie

Contact & Directions

Berlinische Galerie

Landesmuseum für Moderne
Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur

Stiftung Öffentlichen Rechts
Alte Jakobstraße 124–128
10969 Berlin

bg@berlinischegalerie.de
Tel +49 (0)30-789 02-600
Fax +49 (0)30-789 02-700

Public transport


Bus
M29 Waldeckpark,
248 Jüdisches Museum

Train
U1 Hallesches Tor
U6 Kochstr. /Hallesches Tor
U8 Moritzplatz

In order to make it easier for visitors with disabilities to get to the Berlinische Galerie, we recommend the free VBB bus & train escort service of Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg. Booking and further information can be found here.

From the bus stops Waldeckpark (line M29) and Jüdisches Museum (line 248) it is about 400 m to the museum.

The nearest barrier-free underground stations are Hallesches Tor (U1/U6, approx. 1.2 km away) and Kochstraße/Checkpoint Charlie (U6, approx. 1 km away).

Parking


Parking spaces are reserved in the visitor car park behind the museum for visitors with disabilities.

Guided tours

Currently no
guided tours

Dear visitors, please note that due to the contact restrictions in place, guided tours cannot be offered until further notice.

Every Saturday at 4.15 pm and every first Monday of the month at 3 pm public guided tours in English are given by experienced museum’s guides.

Photo: Adults and a child during a guided tour. They are standing around a sculpture.
© Daniel Müller

Museum shop

Photo: In the museum shop there are wooden shelves with books, postcards and other products. Several people are looking at them.
© Noshe

In our museum shop you can purchase the catalogues and publications of the Berlinische Galerie. You will also find a wide range of literature on art topics as well as postcards and posters.

Opening times

Open daily 10am - 6pm
(exhibitions closed on Tuesdays)
closed on 28.1., 24.12. and 31.12.

Contact

Dagmar Petzold

Phone +49 030-789 02-618
petzold@berlinischegalerie.de

Café Dix

The museum café offers fresh food prepared, coffee and cakes.

The interior for the café has been designed in 2021 by the architectural studio Kinzo and fitted out by the Berlin furniture brand Objekte Unserer Tage (OUT). The open structure of the 150m² space has been highlighted, revealing an unexpected airiness, flexibility and elegance.

If you need a venue to host a party or event for up to 80 people, our café will gladly cater for you. Our sun terrace seats up to 48 guests.

Please note that you can only visit the restaurant upon presentation of proof of full vaccination or recovery from COVID-19 (2G rule).

Contact

Café Dix

Phone +49 030-23 92 41 09
info@cafe-dix.berlin