For your visit you do not need a booked time slot, nor do you need to present a vaccination or rapid test certificate. But for participation in the programme the 3G rule applies.

The museum visit is only possible with a medical mask.

Please always keep a minimum distance of 1.5 m from other people and avoid direct body contact.


Bussardsteig 9
14195 Berlin

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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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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 musuem 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.

Note on documentation of contact information

In order to fight the Covid-19 pandemic, Brücke-Museum is obliged to record your contact information on site during events. This data will only be passed on to the responsible health authorities on request and for the purpose of tracing possible infection routes. The legal basis for data processing is Art. 6 Par. 1 lit. d DSGVO (processing of personal data to protect vital interests of the person concerned or another natural person). This also includes the processing of personal data for monitoring epidemics and their spread. Your contact data will be kept for a period of four weeks and subsequently destroyed.