The popular 3-day Berlin Museum Pass opens the doors to a number of the city's big museums, as well as a few insider's tips. From impressive works of art, archaeological treasures from six thousand years of human history and touching historical monuments to technical inventions and interactive experiments for the whole family. For €29,00 the museum pass guarantees free admission for all Berlin visitors on three consecutive days.
With the Museum Pass 3-day ticket you get access to the following museums:
✔ Alte Nationalgalerie
✔ Altes Museum
✔ Deutsches Spionagemuseum
✔ Deutsches Technikmuseum
✔ Georg Kolbe Museum
✔ Jüdisches Museum**
✔ Kunstgewerbemuseum Kulturforum
✔ Kunstgewerbemuseum Schloss Köpenick
✔ Märkisches Museum
✔ Museum Berggruen & Sammlung Scharf-Gerstenberg
✔ Museum für Naturkunde
✔ Neue Nationalgalerie
✔ Neues Museum
✔ Museum für europäische Kulturen
✔ Museum für Fotografie
✔ Museum für Kommunikation
✔ Nikolaikirche | Stadtmuseum Berlin
✔ Deutsches Historisches Museum**
✔ Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum für Film & Fernsehen
✔ Hamburger Bahnhof
✔ Science Center Spectrum
Currently closed: Ephraim-Palais, Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité. Longer waiting hours at Pergamon Museum. Due to the current situation, we recommend that you plan your museum visit well in advance. Please note that for some museums an additional free time slot ticket must be booked in advance. visitBerlin therefore strongly recommends reserving a free timed admission tickets earlier in the day at the museum or in one of our Berlin Tourist Information Offices.
Every 1st Sunday of the month is Museum Sunday in Berlin. Most museums have free admission then. Please also note the opening hours: On Mondays, the National Museums in Berlin are closed.
** Permanent exhibitions free of charge, possible special exhibitions included
Health and Safety Measures:
Visitors (age 6 and older) and all staff are obliged to wear a mouth and nose covering and to maintain a minimum distance of 1.5 metres from other people. Plexiglas partitions protect all ticket, information and audio guide counters.
Visitors must follow a designated course through all exhibition spaces and should avoid forming groups inside the buildings. Signs in front of and inside the museums as well as social distance markers in the operational areas provide information about the health and safety measures to be observed. Visitors purchasing tickets on site and/or items in a museum shop are requested to use non-cash payment methods.
Get additional information about free entry to the following museums here
The popular 3-day Berlin Museum Pass opens the doors to a number of the city's big museums, as well as a few insider's tips.
Please note: Since 15.11.2021, the 2G regulation applies. From 15.11.2021, access for visitors can only be permitted for fully vaccinated and recovered persons. A visit is only possible by wearing a medical or FFP2 mask.
Please note that the tickets can not be canceled. The reduced price museum pass is valid for pupils, students, voluntary military service, federal voluntary service, unemployed and disabled people (valid proof of being disabled at min 50%) on presentation of evidence.
currently closed: Ephraim-Palais, Berliner Medizinhistorisches Museum der Charité, Knoblauchhaus, Schloss Köpenick, Science Center Spectrum
Ticket owner: A free time-slot ticket for each museum is also required.
Ticket validity after purchase
Only for booked starting day - 3 days consecutive