Visit

Opening hours

Daily 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Open on all holidays (except 24, 25 and 31.12.)

Prices

Admission: 7 Euro / Reduction: 5 Euro
Free entrance: until 18 years
Annual ticket: 30 Euro

Special conditions

Reduced admission is available for schoolchildren, students, severely disabled persons, holders of BerlinPass or artcard, members of TheaterGemeinde, Kulturvolk, Jugend im Museum and city guides.

The museum visit is free of charge for children and young people up to 18 years of age, members of the following associations: Verband deutscher Kunsthistoriker, ICOM, DMB, BBK, IGBK, IAA, VDR, as well as the Circle of Friends, also representatives of the press, holders of the Berlin Museum Pass („3-Day Card“), the Ehrenamtskarte Berlin-Brandenburg as well as accompanying persons of severely disabled persons.

Holders of our annual pass receive free admission to all exhibitions throughout the year. The card costs 30 euros, is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase, is individualized and non-transferable. More information at the ticket office or by e-mail.

On the first Sunday of each month, museum admission is free for all visitors. Timeslots for Museum Sundays („Museumssonntag„) can be booked here.

Bookable guided tours

We offer individual guided tours in German, English and Italian by arrangement. Inquiries by phone or email.

Rates for group tours (up to 20 people):
On weekdays, during regular opening hours, in German: 50 Euro. On weekends and holidays and/or in foreign languages: 80 euros. On weekdays, from 6-8 p.m.: 100 euros. On weekends and holidays, from 6-8 p.m.: 130 euros. Prices for private tours after 8 pm are available on request.

In addition to the group price, each person needs an entrance ticket, but receives the reduced price. Free cancellation is possible until one week before the tour date.

Address

Sensburger Allee 25
14055 Berlin

Contact

phone: 030-304 21 44
fax: 030-304 70 41
email: info@georg-kolbe-museum.de

Directions

Public transportation: S-Bahn: S3, S9 Bus: M49, X49, 218 to Bahnhof Heerstraße, 5 min walk to the museum

The museum is accessible for wheelchair users.

Infection Protection

Please note that your visit to the museum is subject to the SARS-CoV-2 infection control regulations of the Berlin Senate Chancellery. Currently, in addition to presenting proof of full vaccination protection or convalescent status, a medical or FFP2 mask must be worn in the museum rooms. Tests and bookings of special timeslots are not necessary at the moment.

Gastronomy

The adjacent café Benjamine is open for you during the museum’s opening hours.