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Berlin: Natural History Museum Entrance Ticket

Entry ticket

Berlin: Natural History Museum Entrance Ticket

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Discover nature's great adventures in Germany's largest natural history museum. Get a glimpse into stunning research collections, discover biodiversity and learn how we can preserve it.

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Valid 30 minutes - 1 hour
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Spanish, Turkish, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese, Russian
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  • Discover the answers to some of the greatest mysteries in history
  • Marvel at prehistoric giants like the world's tallest mounted dinosaur skeleton
  • See the museum's wet collection with 1 million animals preserved in alcohol
  • Admire the biodiversity wall, a display with more than 3,000 different species
  • Meet Tristan Otto, one of the few original skeletons of a T. rex in E
Full description

Come and join a journey of discovery that begins by following the footsteps of Alexander von Humboldt and Charles Darwin and takes you all the way to the modern-day explorers of life on earth. Every day, the approximately 200 scientists working at the Museum für Naturkunde look for answers to the great problems and challenges the future holds, relying on their scientific collections, comprising over 30 million items. Their insights shape the various permanent and special exhibitions and many special events. Some of the best-known exhibits are to be found in the Dinosaur Hall, which shows life as it might have been in the Upper Jurassic period, 150 million years ago.

Giraffatitan brancai

, the tallest mounted dinosaur skeleton in the world, impressively welcomes all visitors in the center of the exhibition hall. The precious

Archaeopteryx lithographica

, the Mona Lisa of natural history, is elegantly displayed in a safety showcase at the back of the hall. All of the fossil objects – and the dinosaurs in particular – still yield new secrets to scientists and researchers from all over the world. The museum offers much more than extinct fossils - the East Wing allows visitors to see a genuine scientific research collection that has received many accolades. This collection is home to about a million animals stored in 80 tonnes of alcohol. The Biodiversity Wall fascinates visitors, displaying 3,000 species in one glance. This thought-provoking installation opens up a discussion on biodiversity and its loss – a theme that remains at the heart of the museum’s research efforts. With changing temporary exhibitions and a diversified education program including guided tours, lectures, and workshops, the Museum für Naturkunde is always worth a visit.

  • Museum entrance fee
  • Free audioguide in 10 languages
  • Cloakroom
  • Guided tours
  • Special programs
  • Special events

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Meeting point

Invalidenstraße 43, 10115 Berlin, main entrance of the museum. You do not have to got to the ticket office - please show and exchange your ticket at the entrance.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Passport or ID card
  • FFP2 mask

Know before you go

  •  For reduced tickets, proof of age/status will be required upon entry.
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.6 /5

based on 1101 reviews

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When booking, we thought that it was only possible online because of the Corona rules. You should bring fp2 mask according to online site. Unfortunately, hardly anyone wore one in the museum. The tickets were also sold on site. We were there at 11am on a Sunday. It was more than full. Nevertheless, we really liked the exhibition itself. The exhibits were well explained and presented in an interesting way. You could learn a lot, even if you sometimes had to push your way through. It was very noisy and stuffy. We liked the room next to the entrance on the bottom right, where you could eat in peace. The offer was clear but very tasty, clean and quiet. Thanks to the team! The shop was themed, but some goods were very expensive. We decided on a magnet and handicraft coloring book.

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September 18, 2022

Museum top but that the tickets are only sold at the main station or with a website that doesn't work 100% and that this isn't on the website doesn't work at all. I'm not going to walk 20 minutes to the main train station with 2 small children to buy tickets! And older people, youngsters maybe don't have mobile phone or PayPal payment system (visa card)

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March 10, 2022

A beautiful museum with very vivid exhibits. Much worth knowing is conveyed. Also interesting for children aged six and over. I found the large number of small children disturbing. In the amusement park, fun pool and also in the zoo completely fine. But the noise level partly prevented me from concentrating on the scientific texts. Parents should consider whether they want to expect this of their children and the environment.

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January 4, 2022

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