Skip-the-line ticket for contemporary and modern art at Hamburger Bahnhof
- A modern atmosphere in an former railway station building
- Masterpieces from all forms of contemporary art
- The famous Friedrich Christian Flick Collection
- Regularly changing themed exhibitions
The Hamburg Train Station is actually a former train station, from which trains once traveled to Hamburg. Today it is home to the Berlin Museum for the Present (Berliner Museum für Gegenwart), a contemporary art museum. The train station's extensive architecture hosts a fascinating combination of top-notch modern and contemporary art. The museum is part of the National Gallery and hosts one of its largest collections. In fact, it's such a large collection that it's simply impossible to exhibit everything. The works are showcased in alternating themed exhibitions.
See artworks from all post-1960 major movements and by all relevant artists, including Expanded Art, innovative concepts in painting, cinematography and object art, as well as Arte Povera, the Friedrich Christian Flick Collection, cinematic works, photographic art, and more.
- Skip-the-line entrance to Hamburger Bahnhof
- Entrance to the temporary exhibition
Please note that people eligible to free entrance still need to acquire a ticket (free of charge) to be granted access
- Children ages (0-17): free (Please select free ticket at check-out)
- Disabled with a disability pass: reduced
- Companion of a disabled visitor (if it is specified in the disability pass of the disabled that the person needs a companion): free (Please select free ticket at check-out)
- Students (with valid student ID): reduced
Invalidenstraße 50-51, 10557 Berlin, Germany
- After booking, you will receive your tickets to the museum. You can show them from your smartphone. Please make sure to have the tickets saved on your smartphone BEFORE entering the museum. There is no internet connection in the museum building and you won’t have access to your tickets if they are not saved beforehand
- Tickets are non-refundable
- Tuesday - Friday: 10.00am - 6.00pm
- Thursday till 8.00pm
- Saturday and Sunday: 11.00am - 6.00pm
- Monday: closed
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