Berlinische Galerie

Art in Berlin since 1870

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Due to the current situation there may be changes in the offer. Please inform yourself on the partner website prior to your visit.

37.5 % savings with the
Berlin WelcomeCard

for adults off the standard admission; prices for special exhibitions may vary

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37.5 % savings with the Berlin WelcomeCard
All inclusive

Berlin WelcomeCard All inclusive

for adults off the standard admission; prices for special exhibitions may vary

Buy your ticket

The Berlinische Galerie is one of the newest museums in the capital and collects art created in Berlin from 1870 to the present, combining a local focus with an international appeal. Founded in 1975, this museum operated by the state of Berlin opened its own building in 2004 in a 4,600 m2 converted industrial building around the corner from the newly opened Jewish Museum.

Visual arts including painting, graphics, sculpture, multimedia, photography, architecture and artists' archives form the heart of this collection that breaks the rigid distinctions between genres to encourage exciting interdisciplinary dialogues. Outstanding collections include Berlin Dada, New Objectivity and Eastern European avant-garde. The art of a divided Berlin and the reunited metropolis are other highlights.

Regular weekend tours (Sat, Sun 3pm), curator tours (Mon 2pm) give a deeper insight into more than 100 years of art that originated in Berlin.

Guided tours in English, German, French, and Italian can be booked at: Kulturprojekte Berlin, Tel  +49 (0) 30-247 49-888, or museumsinformation@kulturprojekte-berlin.de.

Tickets

Tickets for the Berlinische Galerie can bee purchased online before your visit. Select "Adult (Berlin WelcomeCard)" for Berlin WelcomeCard holders:

 

The Berlin WelcomeCard must be presented together with the ticket at the entrance.

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