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Natural History Museum - Entrance ticket Adult


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: Birds & Native Animals
✔ Exhibition: Cosmos & Solar System
✔ Exhibition: Evolution in Action
✔ Exhibition: Minerals
✔ Exhibitions Highlights of the Preparation Art & Kellers Insect Models

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


Admission is by online ticket only. It is not possible to buy a ticket at the museum.

Families can choose between the following family tickets:

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)

Eligible for reduced entrance are:

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, 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

Please note, that you may be asked to prove documentation at the entrance.

Health and safety instructions:

Please wear a mouth-nose cover for your own protection and for protecting others. If you feel ill, please stay at home. Please keep a minimum distance of 2 m to others. Should there be a queue in front of the main portal at short notice, please make sure that the minimum distance is also observed here. Cough or sneeze into the crook of your arm or into a handkerchief and please do not touch your face (eyes, nose, mouth). Avoid touching items or other people (e.g. shaking hands, hugging, touching information boards, displays, surfaces). Please visit the exhibition only alone, in pairs or with members of your own household. Do not form groups. Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly (at least 30 seconds) with soap and water, and disinfect them afterwards, if possible.


Ticket details at a glance:

✔ One ticket for all exhibitions
✔ including wardrobe
✔ including audio guide
✔ No queuing



Free audioguide system available in 10 languages: German, English, French, Polish, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish, Japanese

Opening hours

Tue - Fri: 9.30 am - 6.00 pm
Sat, Sun & Public Holidays: 10.00 am - 6.00 pm
Mon: close

Important information

Please note that online tickets cannot be cancelled. For the entrance, the online ticket is required on the smartphone or as a printout.


Ticket validity after purchase

Only for booked day

Arrival by public transport

S-Bahn | Line 5, 7 (Hauptbahnhof) / Line 1, 2 (Nordbahnhof)
U-Bahn | Line 6 (Naturkundemuseum)
Tram | M5, M8, M10
Bus | 245, 120, 123, 142

Getting there

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