The collection of the Kunstgewerbemuseum (Museum of Decorative Arts) includes art from the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque to Art Nouveau and the present. There are impressive exhibits of religious objects, furniture, clothing, jewelry and furnishings, which allow a comprehensive insight into the history of design and style.
Your ticket to all exhibitions at the Museum of Decorative Arts:
✔ Permanent exhibition: RoomArt, Furniture and Decorative Art from the Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo
✔ Permanent exhibition: Encounters. Non-European Arts and Crafts in the Collection of the Kunstgewerbemuseum
Museum of Decorative Arts: A House for Art, Fashion and Design
The Museum of Decorative Arts offers various thematic tours. Among the highlights are a tour through 150 years of fashion history with approximately 130 costumes and numerous accessories as well as the newly established design collection, which features Bauhaus classics as well as designs by contemporary star designers such as Ettore Sottsass, Philippe Starck and Konstantin Grcic. A chair gallery complements this tour and shows a selection of innovative designs from the 19th century to the present day.
In addition, the Museum of Decorative Arts offers a systematic overview of European design and object art from the Middle Ages to Art Deco. The collection includes medieval treasure art, glittering Renaissance objects, art chamber objects and cabinets from the Baroque and Classicism periods, as well as Art Nouveau and Art Deco exhibits.
The Worlds of Rococo: A new presentation of the porcelain and faience collection
In the 18th century, princes, aristocrats and the wealthy bourgeoisie regarded porcelain as "white gold". The exhibition is devoted to the art of porcelain and faience, design peculiarities and manufacturing techniques, as well as the journey of porcelain from Asia to Europe and its importance today.
At the Kunstgewerbemuseum (Museum of Decorative Arts) visitors will find a collection of art spanning the Middle Ages through the Renaissance, Baroque and all the way to Art Nouveau and our present age.
Tue-Fri: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sat, Sun: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
It is recommended to wear a FFP2 or medical face mask in all indoor areas of the museums.
Please note that the tickets can not be canceled.
Ticket validity after purchase
Day-ticket: valid for the booked date
Matthäikirchplatz, 10785 Berlin
Arrival by public transport
U-Bahn: U2 (Potsdamer Platz)
S-Bahn: S1, S2, S25, S26 (Potsdamer Platz)
Bus: N1, M29 (Potsdamer Brücke), M41 (Potsdamer Platz Bhf / Voßstraße), M48, M85, N2 (Kulturforum), 200 (Philharmonie)