In almost all Berlin memorial sites and regional museums, as well as a few historical museums and some other collections, admission is free. Click here for an overview.
Admission Free on Special Days
Some Berlin museums offer free entry once a week or once a month:
- Academy of Arts (Pariser Platz and Hanseatenweg): Tuesday 3 to 7 pm
- Bröhan Museum: first Wednesday of the month, free guided tour at 5 pm
- Ceramic Museum Berlin: last Monday of the month
- Deutsche Bank KunstHalle: every Monday (currently closed, will be reopened in Sept 2018)
- Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum for Contemporary Art - Berlin: first Thursday of the month, 4 to 8 pm
- KW Institute for Contemporary Art: every Thursday, 6 to 9 pm, as well as every first Sunday of the month
- Märkisches Museum: due to the alteration of the permanent exhibition the admission is free up to June 9, 2018
- Museum of Film and Television: every Thursday, 4 to 8 pm
- Stadtmuseum Berlin: Museum Ephraim-Palais, Museum Nikolaikirche, Düppel Historic Village: first Wednesday of the month
Free Entry for Children and Young People
In many Berlin museums, admission is free for children up to six. Often Museums offer family tickets.
For an overwiew of Berlin's Museums that offer free admission to young people, click here.