Communication and Education
From guided tours to film workshops and facilitated sessions for families, and from digital tours to history workshops – every exhibition at the Deutsches Historisches Museum is accompanied by a wide array of educational formats and programmes.
Our Education officers have the skills and insight to whet visitors’ appetites for history, no matter what their age or background. A diverse range of programming catering to different interests – presented in many optional languages other than German – places exhibits in their historical context while giving our visitors an opportunity for lifelong learning and civic engagement.
We are happy to advise you in selecting a topic or in making special arrangements for your group.
Booking and Service
Find the appropriate offer for you. Our visitor service will be pleased to advise you!
In order to provide a pleasant stay in the Deutsches Historisches Museum for all visitors, we would like to request you to register group visits with our visitor service one week in advance, even if you don’t need a tour guide.
For participants in guided tours, workshops or an indoor events the so-called 3G rule applies:
- Visitors have to be tested negative for an infection with the coronavirus and are required to provide a written or electronic certification of a negative test result for a Point-of-Care (PoC) antigen, that is not older than 24 hours.
- or visitors have to be fully vaccinated and can present the relative vaccination certificate at the entrance.
- or can show proof (medical attestation) of a positive PCR test result for an infection with the coronavirus taken at least 28 days ago but no more than six months ago.
Please note the generally applicable rules of distance and hygiene.
Guided tours by external guides are currently not possible.
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