The Museum of European Cultures in Berlin skip-the-line tickets
- See more than 280,000 exhibits from Germany and other countries, with a representation of ethnic minorities such as Crimean Tatars or Laplanders.
- Learn about the diversity of culture in Europe from the 18th century until today
- Skip-the-line access to save your precious time
The Museum of European Culture in Berlin shows the similarities and differences in the lifestyle of the inhabitants of different European countries. Its main purpose is to collect and present the artifacts of everyday culture and human lived realities from the 18th century until today and it is one of the greatest collections of its kind in Europe. At the museum, you can see a number of ethnic minorities in Europe, including the Sami and the Crimean Tatars. You can learn about the inventories of textiles, popular imagery, and photographs that have been collected over time, as well as thematically categorized collection areas related to naive art, childhood and youth culture, rituals and forms of religious expression. The collection consists of three parts, taking into account the context of cultural diversity, the place of European culture from a global perspective and the relationship between culture and nature.
- Skip-the-line entrance ticket
- Access to permanent and temporary exhibitions
- Guided tour
Please note that people eligible to free entrance still need to acquire a ticket (free of charge) to be granted access
- Children ages (0-17): free (Please select free ticket at check-out)
- Disabled with a disability pass: reduced
- Companion of a disabled visitor (if it is specified in the disability pass of the disabled that the person needs a companion): free (Please select free ticket at check-out)
- Students (with valid student ID): reduced
- After booking, you will receive your tickets to the museum. You can show them from your smartphone
- Free entry for guests under 18
- Reduced tickets are available for students and disabled persons
- Strollers and wheelchairs can be borrowed from the ticket desk
- Bulky or sharp objects (e.g. briefcases, camera cases, tripods, umbrellas and backpacks, and bags larger than30 x 20 x 10 cm) must be checked into the cloakroom or stored in a locker
- There are storage options for bags, backpacks and suitcases are very limited. The museums cannot accommodate items bigger than carry-on luggage
- No telephone calls may be made or answered in the exhibitions
Tuesday - Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
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