Information & Tickets
Admission & Tickets
1 House, 1 Ticket
Experience all exhibitions with one ticket. Tickets can be purchased on site at the Gropius Bau and in our Online shop .
Regular € 15
Reduced € 10
16 and under free admission
Groups of more than 5 people € 12 p. P.
School and student groups of more than 5 people € 8 p. P.
Schoolchildren, trainees, volunteers, students, recipients of unemployment benefits, pensioners and people with severe disabilities (50% or more) receive reduced admission upon presentation of relevant documentation. In designated exhibitions, groups of more than five people receive a special discount. Admission is free for children and adolescents up to the age of 16.
How to Get Here & Parking
Niederkirchnerstraße 7, 10963 Berlin
U-Bahn U2 (Potsdamer Platz)
U-Bahn U6 (Kochstraße)
S-Bahn S1, S2, S25 (Potsdamer Platz or Anhalter Bahnhof)
Buses M29 (Anhalter Bahnhof), M41 (Abgeordnetenhaus)
The car park is located directly next to the Gropius Bau on the corner of Stresemannstrasse 110 and Niederkirchnerstrasse and is open 24 hours.
First to third hour € 1.50 per hour
Each additional hour € 1.00
Day ticket € 15.00
We have a limited number of permanent, individual parking spaces available. For more information about renting one please contact .
For individuals with reduced mobility, wheelchairs or prams, the Gropius Bau can be accessed via the barrier-free entrance located to the left of the main entrance. The building provides barrier-free access to all three exhibition floors. Wheelchairs and rolling stools are available on loan from the cloakroom. Toilets for individuals with reduced mobility are located on the basement and first floor levels. Medically required attendants for people with severe disabilities will be admitted free of charge. Our team is here to assist you.
Our tours will provide an overview of our current exhibition themes. During exhibition periods, we offer public tours every weekend. In addition, private tours can always be booked on your preferred date. All current tours