Info for your visit

You can visit the museum without a time slot. We still recommend wearing a medical mask in the building. Thank you! 


Address

Brücke-Museum
Bussardsteig 9
14195 Berlin
Germany

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Opening hours

Wednesday – Monday: 11 am – 5 pm
Tuesdays closed

Closed on 24 and 31 December.
1 January: Open from 1 pm – 5 pm

On other public holidays the standard opening hours apply.

Public transport connections

Bus X10 or Bus 115
exit at Brücke-Museum/Kunsthaus Dahlem or Pücklerstrasse (approx. 5 min. walk)

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Café

The Café in the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem will be delighted to welcome you. In the surroundings of the museum you will find other cultural institutions and food outlets, which we have compiled for you in the section Neighbourhood.

Barrier-Free Access

Parking is available in front of Brücke-Museum. The entrance to the museum is on ground level and the exhibition can be accessed either via a few steps or the ramp. The building is heritage-listed, so the toilets are not equipped for wheelchairs, but there are accessible toilets available for use in the neighbouring Kunsthaus Dahlem. Brücke-Museum places great emphasis on equal opportunities for access to culture. We are make every effort within our heritage-listed building to further improve access for people with disabilities, as well as on our website. Your feedback is useful to us and we are always happy to receive questions and suggestions.


Visiting regulations of the Brücke Museum

Dear visitors,

We welcome you to the Brücke-Museum and wish you a pleasant stay. The Brücke-Museum shows important works by the Brücke artists group. We enable you to have a direct encounter with the art without barriers, trusting that you will behave in an understanding and appropriate manner. For safety reasons for the art works and out of consideration for other guests, the following rules of conduct must be observed:

Works of art must not be touched; a safe distance of at least 50 cm must be maintained.

Bags and objects larger than A4 must be handed in at the cloakroom. The cloakroom is free of charge. To protect the art, coats and jackets may not be worn over the arm in the exhibition rooms. Wet clothing must be handed in at the cloakroom.

Animals are not allowed in the museum building, except for medically justified assistance dogs. Dogs must be kept on a leash in the museum garden.

To protect the art, eating and drinking is not permitted in the exhibition rooms. We cannot allow entry to persons under the strong influence of alcohol. Smoking is prohibited in the Brücke Museum and in the garden.

Photography and filming are permitted for private purposes only. Flash and other artificial light sources may not be used.

Out of consideration for other visitors, loud phone calls are not permitted in the museum.

Supervisors and guardians take responsibility for their children and young people.

Artistic work with pencil and paper is permitted.

The Brücke Museum is committed to polyphony, tolerance, diversity and mutual respect as the basis of a democratic society. In this sense, the Brücke Museum does not give any forum to discrimination such as racism, anti-Semitism, sexism and violence.

The guest service is instructed and authorised to ensure that the visiting rules are observed. In the event of gross violations of the visiting regulations, the visitor may be prohibited from remaining in the museum.

We are happy to respond to your suggestions and requests. Please contact our guest service or send us an e-mail at info@bruecke-museum.de if you have any questions.

Lisa Marei Schmidt, Direktorin

Berlin, September 2022