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Opening hours

The permanent exhibition on German history is closed and the Zeughaus is being renovated. The exhibition “Roads not Taken” in the Pei Building looks at turning points in German history in the 19th and 20th centuries. Further exhibitions are on display.

Pei Building

daily 10 am to 6 pm, Thursday 10 am to 8 pm
closed on 24 December

Admission

Single Ticket:
€ 7 | reduced € 3,50 | free up to 18 years

Combi Ticket (all exhibitions):
€ 10 | reduced € 5 | free up to 18 years

Book ticket

More information on prices and tickets

How to get there

Unter den Linden 2
10117 Berlin

Entrance:
Pei Building
Hinter dem Gießhaus 3
10117 Berlin

More information on how to get to the museum

Tour booking and groups

Guided tours can be found in the event calendar.

Group offers can be found directly at the education section.

Groups of 10 or more (even without a booked tour) must register at our visitor service at least one week in advance.

Accessibility

The Deutsches Historisches Museum strives to be a museum for all: barrier-free and inclusive.

More information about accessibility

Children and families

Admission for children and minors up to 18 years of age is free.

Buggies for younger children are available for visitors to borrow during their time at the museum. Just ask staff at the information desks in the Pei Building. A baby-changing facility is available in the accessible toilet in the basement of the Pei Building.

Cloakroom

Cloakrooms are available to a limited extent. In the exhibitions please avoid carrying rucksacks, bags or objects larger than 30x20x10 cm if possible.