Long Night of Museums in Berlin, January 30th, 2010 – 6pm to 2 am


This Saturday, long night of museums. Take this opportunity to visit many museums in one night!

On almost 400 square kilometres – between Glienicke Palace, the Museum at the Waterplant Friedrichshagen and the Museum of Local History Reinickendorf – more than 100 museums and cultural institutions are giving access to their exhibitions, collections and art objects throughout the night, enriched by a variety of events.
There will also be concerts, readings, theatricals and much more.

The Kombiticket valid in all participating institutions (from 6pm) as well as busses, suburban railways and undergrounds of the Berlin network (ABC) from Saturday, 30th January 2010, 3pm until Sunday, January 31st 2010, 5am

• Kombiticket: 15 Euro, reduced 10 Euro
• Children until the age of 12 have free entrance.

Pre-selling: amongst others in participating museums, theatre box offices, Berlin info stores

Klick here for Tickets via Internet

Bus shuttles make sure everyone can reach the participating museums and cultural institutions comfortably.
You can either choose one out of 5 different routes with a fixed program or make your own route through this truly special event.

Detailed program leaflets as well as the combination ticket, which includes the entrance fee and the shuttle ticket, (15 €, kids until 12 free) are available in all the participating museums, at box offices around town, at MD Berlin and online.


Seven museums are reachable by foot within the radius of Kulturforum Potsdamer Platz. Behind the Piazzetta the Picture Gallery, Library of the Arts, Copper Engraving and the Museum of Decorative Arts are located. Passing the St. Mathew church, which functions as a concert hall during this Long Night, one reaches the New National Gallery and opposite the Latin-American Institute. Northerly, behind Kammermusiksaal and Philharmonic Orchestra, is hiding the Museum of Musical Instruments. Directly at Potsdamer Platz, the Museum of Film and Television is located which is only a short walk away. The museum is located next to the first bus stop of route 1 and 2 which also serve the Martin-Gropius-Bau.
The first bus stop of route 4 in direction West is the Shell-Haus GASAG, which is also easy reachable by foot.

(Text: Berlin.de)

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