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.

Foto: Gebäude mit Flachdach und Glasfront, auf der das Logo der Berlinischen Galerie abgebildet ist. Davor Menschen auf einem Platz mit Metallskulptur und Bodenkunstwerk.
© Noshe

Opening times

Dear visitors, from Monday, 2 November, the Berlinische Galerie will be temporarily closed.

Prices &

Day ticket: 8 EUR
Reduced admission: 5 EUR
Every first Monday of a month all visitors pay only 4 EUR
Free admission for under 18s

Concessions apply if you can show a ticket from the Jewish Museum in Berlin purchased on the same date or on the two previous days. This offer also applies in reverse for special exhibition. The permanent exhibition can be visited for free of charge. We recommend booking a time slot ticket in advance:

You are entitled to a concessionary ticket on production of disability ID, and one accompanying person will be admitted free of charge.

You are welcome to book an online ticket ahead of your visit. You don’t need to. There will be plenty of tickets at the counter when you arrive.

Free tickets can be claimed at the counter. They can’t be booked online.

Book Online Tickets (Currently not available)

To order online tickets:
Terms and Conditions of the Berlinische Galerie

If an order confirmation does not arrive immediately or is lost, you can download your ticket here

Contact & Directions

Berlinische Galerie

Landesmuseum für Moderne
Kunst, Fotografie und Architektur

Stiftung Öffentlichen Rechts
Alte Jakobstraße 124–128
10969 Berlin
Tel +49 (0)30-789 02-600
Fax +49 (0)30-789 02-700

Public transport

M29 Waldeckpark,
248 Jüdisches Museum

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

Guided tours

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.

Foto: Erwachsene und ein Kind während einer Führung. Sie stehen um eine Skulptur herum.
© Daniel Müller

Museum shop

Foto: Im Museumsshop sind Holzregale mit Büchern, Postkarten und anderen Produkte. Mehrere Personen sehen sie sich an.
© 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.


Dagmar Petzold

Phone +49 030-789 02-618

Café Dix

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

The interior was designed by raumlaborberlin to mark Photography Month in 2010. The designer group is well known for eye-catching additions to the urban space.

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.


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