Permanent exhibition in the Museum Nikolaikirche about the history of the medieval building and the city.
The St. Nicholas' Church (Nikolaikirche) uses a vivid presentation of the historical interior features to illustrate the former functions of the building. Various thematic sections focus on different aspects of the building's content:
- Searching for traces: the early history of the city of Berlin
- From natural stone to bricks: the story of how the Nikolaikirche was built
- Excursions: the Nikolaiviertel yesterday and today
- World-famous: church songs from St Nikolai
- A changing liturgy: religious artworks and liturgical equipment
- Burial culture in the church interior: the Berliners’ “Pantheon”
- Lost and rediscovered: the treasure of coins in the steeple ball
An audio guide in six languages and interactive media stations in four languages reveal the monument and convey in-depth exhibition content. Various participatory exhibition elements, learning and experience sites, and inclusive activities are provided. For example, visitors' senses are activated by an audio-commentated tour that presents tactile exhibits.
St. Nicholas' Church Museum
daily | 10am - 6pm
Sun | 19 Jun | 10am - 2pm
Adults: €5.00/Concessions: €3.00
Free admission under 18 years of age
Tickets in available 14 days in advance of the desired date of your visit online or on the day of your visit online or on site (depending on availability). >> Ticketshop
Note: When visiting the museum, please follow the hygiene regulations.
Disability and access
Details at Mobidat (in German).