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25% discount off regular admission (€10), free admission for children and teens up to age 18.
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Work by some of the world's most exciting photographers is on display at c/o Berlin. Striving to promote emerging artists, as well as celebrate the titans of photography, the gallery has a clear mission to engage audiences of all ages and backgrounds through thoughtfully-curated exhibitions visitors are wowed by pioneering exhibitions of stellar photographers and film-makers like Nan Goldin, Peter Lindbergh, Robert Mapplethorpe and Annie Leibovitz, along with the latest crop of international talent.
Berlin - a city brimming with talent
Berlin has some of the most gripping history of any European city. Divided by the Berlin Wall as recently as the 1980s, it continues to be a dynamic and evolving city. Visitors will discover fascinating fragments of the past, including preserved sections of the Wall - view artists' response to the city's division at the mural-adorned East Side Gallery, or hear personal stories at the Berlin Wall Memorial by Bernauer Straße. Go further back in time with a visit to one of the WWII-era bunkers. Or yet further back by exploring Berlin's golden age as the seat of the Prussian Empire at the opulent Charlottenburg Palace. Today, Berlin boasts Europe's highest concentration of artists. Indeed, the city's museums and cultural venues are brimming with the creative energy that has always set it apart for so many visitors - c/o Berlin is one such institution.
c/o Berlin - reframing the moment
c/o Berlin is based in the attractive Amerika Haus (America House) building, which has been a focal point for cultural dialogue between the US and Germany since WWII. Today, the gallery's scope it truly global, bringing together thought-provoking photography as part of group and solo exhibitions. As well as the multiple exhibitions that run alongside each other, visitors will discover a cinema, bookshop and café. Regular talks are held, whilst guided tours in English and German help visitors to delve deeper into the current exhibitions.
Access more with the Berlin WelcomeCard
Make your visit to the German capital more rewarding with a Berlin WelcomeCard. With discounts of up to 50% at over 200 attractions, including restaurants and shops, you're guaranteed to save money. What's more, you'll be able to enjoy free travel on public transport, including the train, bus and tram networks. Various duration options are available, so you can tailor it to your visit. With so many advantages, it's easy to see why it's Berlin's favourite visitor ticket.