Single ticket

Standard: € 6
Concession: € 4

Berlin Museum Pass

(3-day ticket: permits free entry to thirty Berlin museums on three consecutive days)

Standard: € 29
Concession: € 14.50

Further information:


Concessions apply to students, apprentices, holders of a Berlin Pass and pensioners (not applicable for the Museum Pass), as well as persons with disabilities. Corresponding identification must be presented.

Free entry for

  • Children and young persons under 18
  • Supervised school groups (up to 30 people, advance registration essential)
  • Students of fine and applied art (corresponding identification must be presented)
  • Members of the ICOM (International Council of Museums), upon presentation of the relevant card
  • Holders of a valid press ID
  • Museum employees who can provide proof of such
  • Those accompanying persons with disabilities who are dependent on a companion (as noted on the disabled person’s identification)
  • Members of the Friends of the Museum, Fördererkreis Brücke-Museum e.V.
  • Holders of a valid Berlin Museum Pass
    (3-day ticket)

Conduct at the museum

Brücke-Museum exhibits significant historical artworks by the artists’ group known as Brücke. The museum enables you to experience this art up close and with no barriers, whereby visitors are trusted to behave appropriately. For reasons of conservation and consideration of other visitors, we ask you to comply with the following rules:

There is a free cloakroom service. Coats and jackets must not be carried into the exhibition. Bulky and sharp items such as large bags, suitcases, umbrellas or tripods must also be left at the cloakroom.

Visitors must not touch the artworks – we recommend keeping a distance of at least 50 cm.

Pets are not permitted in the museum building. Exceptions are made for guide and assistance dogs.

Eating and drinking is prohibited in the exhibition rooms. Persons strongly under the influence of alcohol will be refused entry. Smoking is not permitted in the museum or in the garden. 

Photography and filming is allowed for private purposes only. Tripods, flashes and other artificial light sources (such as laser pointers) may not be used. Loud telephone calls which may disturb other visitors should be avoided in the museum.

Guardians and those who are supervising groups should ensure that children and young persons behave appropriately. Visitors may sketch using (coloured) pencil on paper.

Security staff are instructed and authorised to ensure compliance with these rules and have the right to determine who shall be permitted or denied access. Serious infringements may result in visitors being escorted out of the museum.

We are happy to receive your suggestions and requests. Please address these or any other question to a staff member or write to us: