Märkisches Museum will reopen from July 15th

Visitor information

After the corona-related closure, the Märkisches Museum will be open to the public again from July 15, initially with reduced opening times.

In the Märkisches Museum, Chaos & Aufbruch awaits you, a decisive step in development towards a metropolis more than a hundred years ago. With a view to the 1920s and today's problems of the growing city, the exhibition asks: How can the big city succeed? In addition, SHE guides the permanent exhibition BerlinZEIT through the formative sections of the city's history from the beginnings to the present in an easy-to-understand and inexorable manner.

OPENING HOURS (from July 15th)
Wed + Fri | 12 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Sat + Sun | 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

7.00 / reduced 4.00 euros (including audio guide) | Free entry up to the age of 18

Access regulations

We currently recommend purchasing a time slot ticket to visit the museum via online booking at Limited ticket contingents are also available on site at the museum ticket office. When visiting the interior rooms, the wearing of a medical face mask is compulsory for all persons from 6 years of age, in the outdoor area wherever the minimum distance of 1.5 meters to other people cannot be maintained (further information at

Other museums

The Düppel Museum Village and the St. Nicholas' Church Museum have been open to the public again since June. The Knoblauchhaus Museum will remain closed until further notice due to distance and hygiene regulations. The Ephraim-Palais Museum will reopen in 2022 after extensive renovation.



Mon – Fri 10am – 6pm

+49 30 24002 162
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